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Capellini wrote:Well, I definitely think my favorite piece of fiction is "Rebecca". I consider it highly appropriate, since I just learned from my dad that my grandfather's favorite movie was "Rebecca".
HeathenPastafarian wrote:I like this thread, because I just got so many suggestions.
(Not in Order)
The Andromeda Strain - Michael Crichton
The Hot Zone - Richard Preston
The Noonday Demon - An Atlas of Depression - Andrew Soloman
The Twilight Series - Stephenie Meyer
To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee
Bridge To Terabithia - Katherine Patterson (no, I didn't see the movie, I couldn't stand that they turned my favorite childhood book into something it wasn't; a fantasy book)
The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
The Handmaidens Tale - Margaret Atwood
The DSM-IV-TR - American Psychiatric Association
Capellini wrote:I LOVED The Hot Zone!
WelshRarePasta wrote:It's almost a cliche at this point, but I recently reread it for the umpteenth time, and it holds up well to time and experience. If I had to pick one book to say was my favorite, I'd have to say One Hundred Years of Solitude. It's the only book which I reread on a yearly basis with any consistency.
First: The Library exists ab aeterno.
Second: The orthographical symbols are twenty-five in number.
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