Your favorite books
What are some of your favorite books in your native language? Please up vote to join :) ( you don't really haft to though, but it would be nice :)
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I haven't had the chance to read Lord of The Rings or Harry Potter books and I defenatly am not gonna watch the movie until after I have read the books
I'm excluding all the old literary works of Persian language, like Hafez sonnets, because I can't only name one or two of them!
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The Tales of Madjid by Houshang Moradi Kermani was the first heavy book I ever read, and I'm in love with it! It's a collection of short stories, centered around an orphan called Majid, but the book is the opposite of sad, it's quite funny, and it was meant to be that way.
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The Mendicant And The Fort by Yahyaa Yasrebi, which tells the story of "The Meteorite of Religion" Yahya Sohravardi, is quite touching and emotional, I love it.
I'll be here all night if I keep listing books, so, I'll cut it here!
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Well, my favorite book was translated into English from Japanese so I guess I can't count that...
My favorite native language (English) book is probably Of Dice and Men: The Story of Dungeons & Dragons and the People who Play it by David M. Ewalt. It's very interesting if you're into D&D at all.
I'm pretty curious on what your favorite book is that is originally Japanese... ^ ^
Sword Art Online Vol. 1: Aincrad. Fantastic book. Hope that one day I'm able to read it in the original Japanese, but I'm unfortunately not at that level yet.
One of my favourite books is called Holes (by Louis Sachar). I don't know what it is about it but it's just a great read.
maybe harry potter, star wars, lotr (lord of the rings), liminy snickets, hobbit is my all time favorite though!!!!
like alot of others its got to be harry potter and the tolkien books.Lord of the rings is just brilliant
you don't want me to get started on books lol I go to the library every week if I could I would live there. I don't have a fav book cuz there are like 53 or 52 I cant remember but after 5 years I have a fav author witch is Sarah J Maas
My favorite books are:
East of Eden
Song of Solomon
The Great Gatsby
Madame Bovary (originally French, so I don't know if this counts...)
The Wall and the Wing
The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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Ooh, The Great Gatsby! I have to get around to reading that sometime! Right now I'm reading The Idiot. My favorite book has probably got to be... The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. It's a murder mystery by Alan Bradley. It's really good.
I'll have to check out that mystery book! The author sounds vaguely familiar...
You should definitely read The Great Gatsby. You'll probably hate all of the characters, but the plot is amazing!
Sounds really neat! My younger sister is reading it, and she really likes it. I love a good plot. ;D
Oh, wow. This is hard XD
I guess i'd have to say... The Percy Jackson / Heros of Olympus series by Rick Riordan.
I also like 'To kill a mockingbird' by Harper Lee.
Another one of mine is NERDS, it's a story about kid spies that use their nerdy strengths to save the world.