What is the best book you have ever read?


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Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered

There's plenty of good books but i'd say  Animal farm & 1984 by George Orwell

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Lexie Ingram
Lexie Ingram commented
I've read both. I had to for my AP english class. I thought they were moderate. But not the best book.
ZombieE Lee
ZombieE Lee commented
I loved 1984! Depressing ending but great setting
Matt Radiance
Matt Radiance commented
Angela, Be who you are & enjoy the way you like :)
Lexie, It depends how you understand the concept. Both are few sided meanings book.
Lee, So agree!
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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

That would have to be : Memorial Day by Vince Flynn ! A real thriller and hard as heck to put down.

Kioyre S. Profile
Kioyre S. answered

I don't particularly have a favourite book (I have many preferred ones) but one of them is definitely "Game" by Anders de la Motte. I've only read the first book in the trilogy thus far and have the second one, but I'm missing the third.

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ZombieE Lee answered

My favorite book has to be "An Odor of Sanctity" by Frank Yerby. The novel is set in Midevil Spain during its Moorish reign. Give it a read if you're into action and history. I'm currently trying to finish reading the "Godfather" by Mario Puzo and I gotta say, its quickly becoming another one of my favorite books.

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One of my favorites was "Heavens Wager" by Ted Dekker. Good luck.

Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

"Going Postal" by Terry Pratchett. It has everything,  fantasy, ghosts, romance, a "revenge" storyline. It concerns the rehabilitation of a rascal and the comeuppance of a villain. It's also VERY funny.

Don't waste your time with the movie of the book, it's OK but feeble by comparison.

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DDX Project answered

"The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Most important book I've ever read. Changed my whole perception on the world and of myself.

"Meditations" - Marcus Aurelius (Yes, the Roman Emperor)

Who better to learn from than an actual emperor? "It is not death that man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live"

"How to Win Friends an Influence People" - Dale Carnegie

The title may sound a bit corny, but this book is no joke. It's revered by many including myself as an important tool in the professional world. It's a work of art. More feasible and usable than anything Sigmund Freud or Carl Jung could ever come up with on drugs.|


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Bestof Life answered

Hands down "Shantaram"

900 page turner. Where life meets the soul; a fictional adventure.

I have the men I life coach read it, and the response they give lets me know the path we need to take initially

Means "man of peace"

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