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The title says it.
What novel (fiction) did you enjoy the most that you've read though out your life?

For me it's a no brainer question: His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman.
I read it when I was 12 and I already read the trilogy more than nine times until now.
If you like anything you read His Dark Materials, the best piece of written material ever.
#4
Nineteen Eighty-Four.
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#5
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Oh yeah.
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#6
Recently Ferdydurke by Witold Gombrowitcz. In my entire life I have no clue.
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#10
All Quiet ont he Western Front
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#11
World of Warcraft: Gamers Manual.
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#14
The Cirque Du Freak series... they're a teen vampire book series.
...... NOT LIKE TWILIGHT!!!!!!
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#15
Memnoch the Devil - Anne Rice

thats my favourite recent one
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#16
Brave New World, although House of Leaves is slowly taking its place
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#17
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Nineteen Eighty-Four.

I just finished that, awesome book, and so realivent. Probably my favourite book at the moment.
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#18
The Catcher in the Rye. I dunno, I don't read much, too short of an attention span for such things.
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#20
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The Cirque Du Freak series... they're a teen vampire book series.
...... NOT LIKE TWILIGHT!!!!!!


Darren Shan Saga is AMAZING, I loved it so bad, the story and the characters
#21
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Nineteen Eighty-Four.


this. and Fahrenheit 451
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Darren Shan Saga is AMAZING, I loved it so bad, the story and the characters

COMPLETELY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#24
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this. and Fahrenheit 451

I read that in school and terribly loved it
#26
I have read LOTR at least twice and I am currently reading it now. I don't normally read books more than once.
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For me it's a no brainer question: His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman.
I read it when I was 12 and I already read the trilogy more than nine times until now.
If you like anything you read His Dark Materials, the best piece of written material ever.

I read His Dark Materials quite recently and don't see what is so good about it.
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#27
The Godfather by Mario Puzzo

Ask The Dust
by John Fante

On the Road by Jack Kerouac

These three books are the most captiviting and inspirational books I have read so far.
#28
I don't read a lot of books, but I started reading 1984 about a month ago and I'm really enjoying it. I've got about 20 something pages left.
#30
It's close but I have to say The Epic Historical fiction, The Pillars of the Earth.
#33
Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand
The Fountainhead - Ayn Rand
Slaughterhouse Five - Kurt Vonnegut
God Bless You Dr. Kevorkian - Kurt Vonnegut
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#34
Don't have an all time favourite novel, right now it's How late it was, how late by James Kelman (as i'm reading it right now) and before that it was poor things by alasdair gray. Before that it was docherty by WIlliam Mcillvanney and before that it was a handful of dust by evelyn waugh.

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#36
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Memnoch the Devil - Anne Rice


I really enjoyed that one too.


My favourite would probably be A Clockwork Orange or Battle Royale.
#37
The Chronicles of Narnia. Yes, the whole seven as the completes works.
#38
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The Chronicles of Narnia. Yes, the whole seven as the completes works.

love those books. I hate how they changed so much from the book in Prince Caspian. The failed attempt at a love story with the kiss and that song at the end.
Still a pretty good movie but I hate how they do this ****. It was probably all Disney's doing.
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