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"Five Point Someone" by Chetan Bhagat is my favorite book until now. I love all the books of Chetan Bhagat. This book is about the crazy days of college life of 4 Engineering Students. Fantastically humorous and awesomely interesting. I tremendously enjoyed readin' this book.

Apart from that, I enjoyed "The motorcycle Diaries" and "Love story - Erich Sehgal" as well though they're not my favorite.


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 Post subject: favorite book
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I think my favorites must be the ones I read more than once or twice... so here is a partial list:
1. To Kill A Mockingbird--Harper Lee
2. Insomnia--Stephen King
3. The Watchers--Dean Koontz
4. An Infamous Army--Georgette Heyer
5. David Copperfield--Charles Dickens
6. any John D. MacDonald book
7. The Bible


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I've read so many books (fiction and otherwise) that I cannot possibly name one as my favourite, but amongst works of literature I like the following best:

1. The Lord of the Rings
2. Harry Potter
3. Jane Eyre
4. Gone with the Wind


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 Post subject: My Favourite Novel
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Hi Guys,
My favourite novel is "Five Point Someone" by Chetan Bhagat....

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Shweta
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I don't have a book that I like the most, but I do however, love the Harry Potter series by J.K.Rowling. Anyone else?


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my favourite books are "The hound of the baskervilles" and "the count of monte cristo" :) wtz ur's?
We could share books i suppose


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Definitely "Pride and Prejudice".


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I love "Gone with the wind" and "God father"


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one of my most favorite book all the times is
"THE HOLY QURAN"


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Hi, my favorite's Maximum Ride! I just finished reading Crash Into Me by Albert Borris, now I'm reading Breakfast At Tiffany's, I love the movie :)
Whats yours? What's it about? What book are you reading now?
PS To Shazy if you'r reading this...
Thank you so so so so so much, you don't know how much your words made me feel better :) You are the kindest person in the world, because of you I'm still here :)
I spoke to the Violin Playing Ozzie Shades boy today... We got hot chocolate at the cafe and he said he liked my blue hair... Were gonna hang out on Saturday :D
There is more I'd like to say about my other questions but I don't wanna say it out on Yahoo Answers... Maybe if you have time you could email me?


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My list of good books grows so fast I can only keep track of the ones I have read most recently.Here are a few that I would read...

uglies scott westerfeld
if only it were true marc levy
the da vinci code dan brown


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Donna Tartt's The Little Friend.

What an extraordinary novel this is ! All I can say is if you haven't already done so...read it ! Up there with Dickens and Dostoevsky I reckon !


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In his obituary of J.D. Salinger, Charles McGrath writes, “Reading ‘Catcher’ used to be an essential rite of passage, almost as important as getting your learner’s permit.” What are the books and authors that have been “essential” for you, whether you read them as a child or recently?

The relationship between books and readers has been highlighted in several different Times contexts lately. Reader reaction to Salinger’s death is here, but another reader wrote in to mourn Erich Segal’s recent death and talk about her and her students’ relationship with “Love Story.” And last Sunday the Week in Review published an essay about the intimate relationship between “serious” readers and the books they love:

[...]There is a different class of reader, though. They feel that their relationship with a book, its characters and the author is too intimate to share. “The pursuit of reading,” Virginia Woolf wrote, “is carried on by private people.”


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My favourite book is To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

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