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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (don't know how many times I've reread this Haddon book)
I read the Salinger novel first in high school, fell in love with Holden, re-read it again in college and found it to be rubbish haha.
Sabi ng mentor ko noong high school, dapat daw every year binabasa ang The Little Prince kase it will give you a different perspective each time. I never found this to be true. Hindi ko pa din ma-gets yun hype nun libro. I'd rather read other philosophy books (e.g. the bible) than Little Prince. In fact, pwede siyang pang story-tell sa mga bata without being asked silly questions haha.
The Watchmen comic I've read many times also.
after dark - murakami
ewan ko ba! inuulit ko lang! medyo related kasi ako dito...
sana may versions nito sa pilipinas! ehehe ako gagawa!
Ngayon, I'm rereading This Present Darkness- Frank Peretti.
Binasa ko na ito, six years ago (I think). Grabe, I considered this as one of my favorite books, pero ngayon na binabasa ko ulit, parang nagtataka lang ako kung bakit ko siya naging favorite.
I still love the literal fight of the angels and demons. Parang nanonood ka ng movie ng Lotr. Hehe. Pero yun ibang ideas, di ko magets.
Other than that, Catcher in the Rye, ilang beses ko na rin binasa nun 2nd yr college ako. Sa galit ko sa mundo, feeling ko talaga kaibigan ko si Holden noon. hahaha.
Not really an avid re-reader. If I will reread a book, dapat after five years pa. Hehe
I am almost through with Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notredame. The lat time I read this was when I was still in my 4th year high school. =)
A Plague of Murder by Colin Wilson
- fascinated kasi ako sa mga serial killers, kaya meron ako mga books at documentary videos nila
- probably read this about 10 times
^interesting..in a weird way, im also interested sa psyche ng serial killers. favorite ko si jack the ripper.lol.
hopeless romantic ako kaya once in a year i read eleven minutes and by the river piedra i sat down and wept by paolo coelho and dear john by nicholas sparks.
main reason why i keep re-reading the books. i like the story at hindi nakakasawa. it seems that there is always something new every time i read it.
i just finished reading the vampire chronicles: interview with the vampire; the vampire lestat; queen of the damned.
now, harry potter.
books that i've read more than three times:
- inheritance (eragon, eldest, brisingr)
- chronicles of narnia
- prodigal daughter
- bourne series
- covert one series
- matarese countdown
- ambler warning
- prodigal daughter
- anne of green gables
- twisted series
- daughter of fortune
- vampire chronicles (whole volume)
isipin ko pa yung iba.
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I generally don't re-read books, but I've read To Kill a Mockingbird five (?) times already. The last time I read it was probably 10 years ago though. So I've been planning to read it again...
The Little Prince, every other year since I was 16.
The Alchemist, once every 3 years since I was 20.
The Book of Sirach, once a year, at least.
The 48 Laws of Power, once every 5 years since I was 22.
Elements of Style, every two years since I was 18.
Been re-reading Women in love by DH Lawrence. I think ive read it for 5 times since I first read it back when I was in 3rd year highschool. Prolly because I can relate to the character very well. and I love DH Lawrence.
Bakit ba? Gusto ko eh. Lalo na Breaking Dawn. Every time I read it, I see a different angle.
I love the ending.
The World is Flat by Friedman, because I do think that the world is indeed flat lol.
sa akin, "the alchemist" by paulo coelho. simply because it speaks volume! of dreams,of destiny,of love, and of simplest things in life. nakakainspire basahin kaya i've rerad it several times. Also, i've read "matilda" by roald dahl 3times. Last though was back in highschool. REason: I wished i was matilda
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