Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Books I Can Read Over and Over Again (and Probably Have)

Gone with the Wind-Margaret Mitchell

Watership Down-Richard Adams (I know this one comes up a lot sorry)

Alice in Wonderland-Lewis Caroll

Bussmans Honeymoon-Dorothy L. Sayers

Partners in Crime-Agatha Christie

The Hobbit-J.R.R. Tolkein

The Talisman-Stephen King and Peter Straub

Hitchickers Guide to the Galaxy-Douglas Adams

4 comments:

Arwen, Wildlife Warrior said...

Watership Down - check
The Hobbit - check

I also can read over and over:

Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card
The Giver - Lois Lowry
Harry Potter (all of them) - J K Rowling
Dune - Frank Herbert

Dani said...

Oh yeah I can't believe I left the harry Potter books off. I can't even guess how many times I've read those.

I'll have to check out your others. I'm always looking for new reading material.

Schelle said...

I love to read, I read the books in my house over and over. i'd rather read books in re-run then any TV program, cept for maybe Buffy and Mash.

Tolkein...puts me to sleep. I'm going to have to give my geek card back now, but there it is.

1st and Last Twilight book

Stranger in a Strange Land and Time Enough for Love by Robert Heinlein (there are more of his books, but these are my favs)

Laurell K Hamilton's Anita Blake Series and Meridith Gentry series.

I like Ender's Game too.

there's my 2cents

Dani said...

Shelle-

I admit I had a hard time getting throught the Lord of the Rings the first time (took years). The Hobbit though I really like.

I'm the same way with the Twilight books. I know a ot of people didn't like Breaking Dawn but I did. I've been known to skip the middle two books praticularly Eclipse which has that one sceen that keeps me awake at night lol.