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    The Perks of Being a Wallflower is my favorite all time book.

    Ready Player One is always a good read and I really need to get Ready Player Two

    and Gil's All Fright Diner which has a very hitchhikers-guide feel to it only instead of sci-fi it's supernatural.

    And of course all the usuals, HP, Hitchhikers Guide, any of Stephen King's short stories (and most of his novels).


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    LOTR (including the hobbit) - It took me until the third try to actually grasp all the information in these books by JRR Tolkein. Proud to say I read all the books before seeing the movies. (I've re-read about 7 or 8 times)
    HP books - Because duh I was Harry's age when the first book came out
    The Stormlight Archive Series by Brandon Sanderson (He still hasn't finished the series.. but I have re-read them from the beginning each time he finishes a new book) - Really good if you like Fantasy
    Game of Thrones (Have read them multiple times) And no i refuse to watch GOT on HBO until he FINISHES THE DAMN BOOKS. LOL

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    The ones I always end up rereading is The Book Thief and I am the Messenger, I'm a sucker for Zusak's prose.

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    Mine would have to be the early Harry Potters (up to/including goblet of fire) and any Lemony Snicket for the nostalgia. I don't think I have any books I would reread as an adult, but I don't tend to re watch TV shows either when I know the ending. I would reread the childhood books for nostalgia and comfort for sure though.

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