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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
South of the border, west of the sun


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Tigris
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Infinite Jest, though I'd hesitate to recommend it to anyone. It takes an enormous amount of work for it to pay off.


bayoubengals88
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The Pillars of the Earth.



Currently this, but 11/22/63 is pretty good. Not yet finished.


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SammyTiger
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
I think it is still The Great Gatsby.



drjett
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Only book I ever took to work.


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Armymann50
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Hobbit


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ManBearTiger
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
A Man in Full

As I Lay Dying

Blood Meridian

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LaLadyinTx
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
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Probably The Grapes Of Wrath.


One of my most hated books.


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RedPop4
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
To Kill a Mockingbird
A Confederacy of Dunces
Brave New Worldwhich I read on my own, not for school, although we read Animal Farm and 1984

Catch 22
First Among Equals


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ewilliams000
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Burning Shore by Wilbur Smith.
The Gates of the Mountain by Will Henry (Clay Fisher). Can't stop reading.


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ewilliams000
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Catcher in the Rye. NOT. World famous book and a must read. All serial killers have read this book. I'll give you a fair warning in advance. You will throw this book down several times vowing not to finish it, but you will pick it up again thinking something will happen. Let me know if you fell into this trap. Happy reading.


Tigertown in ATL
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
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Catcher in the Rye. NOT.


That book is a piece of crap. I fell into the trap myself.

I’m down for a good story. I don’t need drama or mystery for example.
But CITR is trash.
Time listed it as top 100 of the century. Unreal.


ewilliams000
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
It became famous because it was one of the first books to openly discuss the life of a prostitute without being censored. It was really bad but famous.


LordSnow
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Road

Couldn't put it down


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Chef Free Gold Bloom
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
All tile favorite:
The Count of Monte Cristo

Relaxation and Enjoyment:
The Hobbit

Recent Favorite I waited too long to read:
Dune

HighSchool/Young Adult:
Enders Game

Grim Reality:
1984

Political:
Animal Farm


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LEASTBAY
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Hyperion


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hankiba
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
The Moviegoer by Walker Percy


BlackPawnMartyr
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Water for Elephants - Sara Gruen.

Exciting, humerous, adventurous book later assaulted by a cheap Hollywood knock off version.


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ecb
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re: What’s the best novel/book you’ve ever read?
Probably the first novel I read was Huckleberry Finn, and after that, I read everything I could get my hands on. My mom being an English teacher was a great advantage.


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