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We'll always have a favorite book or two (maybe even five!). What are your favorite book titles and what makes them your favorite?

On my list will always be The Little Prince. I know it's a children's story but if you read it and simply let yourself be immersed in it you'll see that it's not just any children's story. There's a lot of lesson that anyone, young and old, can learn from it. Another of my favorite, well favorites, are the Harry Potter series. I've read these when I was in my teens, they helped me deal with my depression and my anxiety.

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drickxandrea - 1 point - 9 months ago
I love the book of The Canterbury Tales, the book is overflowing with knowledge, new words make my head spin, it's kind of hard to understand since I'm not that really great at english but I try to read it again and again until I get the meaning. Each tale is fantastic. I really idolize Geoffrey Chaucer.
theresajane - 1 point - 9 months ago
Oh! I remember Canterbury Tales and Geoffrey Chaucer from our College years. We used to study about the tales which were very well-written and organized.
dullian - 1 point - 9 months ago
I tried reading that book when I was in my teens but I couldn't understand old English. Guess I picked an archaic edition, I'm sure there must be editions with modern English, but since I'm stubborn I'd still probably go for the old editions.
Jelineex - 1 point - 9 months ago
My favorite book is Alice in Wonderland. it's a good adventure story. The book story gives me imagination with different scenario. I felt going through the adventure while reading it. I love every character of it. I also love the fairy tales stories. I love the feeling of romances. It gives us hope and every trials in this world is overcome by love. I do love to read books even science. It gives me endless curiosity.
mcnasci24 - 2 points - 9 months ago
Such a difficult question! For me, it's got to be the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. I read it as a child and even now, I still love everything about it. Characters, story arc, settings.
Alania - 2 points - 9 months ago
I like the Sherlock Holmes books, I know it might seem like a cliche, but the reason I like it is not just because I'm interested in his detective work, but also because it has quite a lot of witty humour, if you ask me.
Caguioa747 - 1 point - 9 months ago
Jurassic Park. If you have not read it, but seen the movie I’ll say one thing without spoiling it. Remember the feeling you got during and after your first viewing of the movie? Get ready for that times two with a completely different plot.
dullian - 1 point - 9 months ago
Don Quixote is one of my favorites, the pillar of Spanish literature, and since Spanish is my mother tongue I feel so grateful for being able to enjoy this work in all its purity. I've come to realize that many of its nuances are lost when translated, but that's a given for any translation. Other all-time favorites include Decameron, by Boccaccio and Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Klint - 1 point - 9 months ago
I love all of the Harry Potter books. They really helped me become a better person. J.K. Rowling is indeed one of the greatest authors of her time. Her books taught me lessons that I still cherish up until this day. My life would not have been the same if I hadn't read all of the Harry Potter books.
dullian - 1 point - 8 months ago
Yeah, I've read the HP series but honestly I've forgotten a lot of things and since I joined the hype long after the hype I don't think I got myself enough into HP.
jeffreyjose48 - 1 point - 9 months ago
My first favorite book is the Holy Bible. I believe it is one of the oldest book in the world. It believe it is a true story book about God and mankind. I think it is the best-selling book of all time. It is the lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path. Heaven and earth will pass away but His word will never pass away.
ophelia - 1 point - 9 months ago
I do believe the Bible is more than just stories but it's about the teachings. It's our own personal guide and knowledge. It gives us strength and wisdom. More than just stories my friend.
theresajane - 1 point - 9 months ago
I must say that my favorite book is not just a book, but a series. It is Mortal Instruments. I just love all of the characters in the book, even the villain, surprisingly.
Maharlika - 1 point - 9 months ago
Dan Browns' Books are my all-time favorite. It drives my adrenaline rush on point! The details of each book makes senses to my interests. I guess that's how any book attack our unconscious creativity. Times we forget the Physical world, ahh!
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