What's your favorite book you own?

What's your favorite book you own?

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  • I almost want to say Kansainvälinen Seikkailijan Opas now that you posted the picture of it, great book :D But I think I'll have to go with Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Revisited or And Then There Were None. I can never decide between those.

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What Girls Said 18

  • I have a dick coloring book. That has to be the best.

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  • That's like making me choose between my children!

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  • I really like my Inkheart by Cornelia Funke, but @splashofyellow borrowed it from me a few years back and I don't know where it is anymore.

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  • The Police by Jo Nesbo. It's not my favourite book, but I love it because I got it as a gift for 18th birthday from my friends, they knew I couldn't wait until the book arrives in the library, and they wrote a nice dedication note inside, so it means a lot to me.

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  • My diary?
    Honestly I don't know I usually borrow from library xD

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  • The Saga of Darren Shan

    I finished all 12 in less than a week

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  • The Convenient Marriage - georgette Heyer
    These Old Shades - also by Georgette Heyer

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  • The Art of the Deal goddamn motherfucker TRUMP 2020!!!

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  • The Catcher in The Rye

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  • The long walk by Stephen King

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  • How to not give a fuck

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  • Search for significance

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    • it is actually called "the search for significance" and it's by Robert S. McGee, who has passed away. I also did the journal that went along with the book.

  • Bob Ong- Abnkkbsnplako

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  • 陰翳礼讃 (In Praise of Shadows)

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  • All of the books by Jennifer Lauck

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  • Paulo coelho- the alchemist

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  • It's called compulsion

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  • American psycho

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What Guys Said 22

  • I got my hands on a few antique (19th century) atlases before those things rocketed in price, so probably one of those.

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  • Stephen King - The Stand.

    I read it about 10 times now, but can't get enough of it

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  • Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas. The movies great but there’s so much more in the book that makes the movie feel totally different.

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  • Kings of the Wylde. it is like if rock and roll culture had a baby with dungeons and dragons. and its freaking awesome

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  • Scott of the Antarctic - The Definitive Biography, by David Crane.

    "TO STRIVE, TO SEEK, TO FIND, AND NOT TO YIELD."

    What an epitaph!

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  • Must Love Spankings: Sometimes Your Heart Needs A Safeword

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  • The complete Sherlock Holmes. Most of the books i read come from the library, though.

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  • Paulo Coelho : the winner stands alone
    A great read

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  • Alone in the World, by Hector Malot.
    Despite its name, it's a beautiful and heartwarming book

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  • The gunslinger

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  • Warrior of light

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  • 1984, The Witcher saga.

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  • EYEWITNESS GUIDE TO PERU

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  • Lord of the rings trilogy

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  • Trump: The Art of the Deal

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  • IN DEPENDENCE

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  • The catcher in the rye.

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  • I like any kind of medical books.

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  • I don't have a favourite

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  • brokeback mountain

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