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Which books do you re-read regularly?


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HP Lovecraft. I downloaded an ebook version of his complete works, and will occasionally just open up a random story. It's definitely easier to re-read short stories when I need to kill a bit of time than to commit to re-reading novels.
 

Arilyn

Hero
Watership Down
To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
Peter S. Beagle's books
Harry Potter
Guy Gavriel Kay's books
Pride and Prejudice
Tolkien
CS Lewis
Neil Gaiman
Richard Dawkins
Assortment of history and paleontology
 





Likewise. Maybe if there's ever a firm release date for the Winds of Winter, but knowing that A Dream of Spring is likely never making it to print, maybe not?

Yeah. I used to re-read it periodically, but at this point I don't think it's going to finish before Martin sluffs off the mortal coil, so I've written it off.
 

Hungry Hobbit

Villager
Watership Down
To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
Peter S. Beagle's books
Harry Potter
Guy Gavriel Kay's books
Pride and Prejudice
Tolkien
CS Lewis
Neil Gaiman
Richard Dawkins
Assortment of history and paleontology
I had completely forgotten about Watership Down, i read that so many times when i was younger, i think i need to get a copy and give it another go!
 



Hungry Hobbit

Villager
I read it every summer. I just really like it, flaws and all. The rabbits feel very rabbity, not fuzzy long eared humans.
i used to finish reading it and go straight back to the start. I know what you mean, it had such a bittersweet ending, jest left me wanting more. I am definitely going to read it again now!
 

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