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cybersmom
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Your Favorite Book?

What is your favorite book of all time?

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HoosierJoe
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Re: Your Favorite Book?

To Kill A Mockingbird.

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Kat-NE
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Re: Your Favorite Book?

The Lies of Locke Lamora (the only book I ever really recommend), by Scott Lynch. Locke and Jean forever!

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shadowcat80
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Re: Your Favorite Book?

Wow, thinking, thinking, wow still hard question lol. I guess i have to go with Harry Potter as a whole series but i can pick a single book to be favorite.
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Re: Your Favorite Book?

Dances with Wolves 

 

I never expected the wonderful story of culture, friendship and love.  When I need an escape I open this book and slip into the world of John Dunbar, my favorite fictional character, who has integrity and love of life that I strive to attain.

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Re: Your Favorite Book?


bookwormmom4 wrote:

Dances with Wolves 

 

I never expected the wonderful story of culture, friendship and love.  When I need an escape I open this book and slip into the world of John Dunbar, my favorite fictional character, who has integrity and love of life that I strive to attain.


Thanks, for sharing, I never would have picked this one