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TDcline
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What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
For me it’s probably East of Eden


Allthatfades
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Lonesome Dove


Tigertown in ATL
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
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Lonesome Dove


I’d have to agree.

Honorable mention:
Shogun
Winds of War/War and Remembrance
Pacific Crucible
The Stand
When Crickets Cry
Shantaram


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Philzilla2k
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Lord of the Rings


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The Seaward
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Hard to say it’s definitely the best I’ve read, but I’ve always thought A Clockwork Orange was really brilliant.


auyushu
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
It's tough for me to narrow things down to one book, but if I was going with just one I'd probably choose Catch 22.

To kill a mockingbird, A Storm of swords would a couple close behind or on the same level.
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Dubosed
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Last Good Kiss


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Bestbank Tiger
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Cardinal of the Kremlin has to be up there.

Although I would recommend reading Patriot Games and Hunt For Red October first - just so you read the series in order and avoid spoilers.


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Adajax
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Hunt For Red October- Tom Clancy
Paradise Alley-Kevin Baker
The Aquitaine Progression - Robert Ludlum
The Agony and the Ecstacy-Irving Stone
Presumed Innocent - Scott Turow


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ClampClampington
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
I don’t read a ton of of fiction, but a couple that come to mid are Pillars of the Earth, and Count of Monte Cristo

3rd is probably more nostalgia, but Jurassic Park. Went on a road trip back when I was a kid and we had driven across 2 states before I looked up from the pages.


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Errerrerrwere
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
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ETA in all seriousness The Hobbit or A Farewell to Arms.
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Ace Midnight
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Killer Angels


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St Augustine
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Boys Life


lacajun069
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Godfather.


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VOR
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Damn, that’s a hard one. I have to think about it.


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Sneaky__Sally
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Its hard to say honestly especially without defining what we mean by "best"

For this, I'll say "Brave New World" - Aldous Huxley. He just seemed to be so correct about many things in terms of how people interact with each other on large scales.

In terms of the most "enjoyable" read that is a page turner and excites you that way - it is really hard to say a favorite single book. As a full series - it would be Malazan Book of the Fallen - an epic fantasy series that has real depth.


DmitriKaramazov
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
For fiction, Anna Karenina and Moby Dick.

In the nonfiction realm, Battle Cry of Freedom and Myth of Sisyphus.
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PillPusher
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
I echo East of Eden. What a phenomenal piece of literature. Next is probably Midnights Children.


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HailHailtoMichigan!
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Brothers Karamazov

The Sound and the Fury

Blood Meridian


TDcline
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
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For this, I'll say "Brave New World" - Aldous Huxley.


Finished this about 2 months back. I enjoyed it.


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