Have you ever read a book more than once for enjoyment? If yes, which one(s)?

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I have never read the same book twice.
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Yes. I've read The Grapes of Wrath more times than I can count. I've also read If I Never Get Back, a baseball book (fiction) every year since about 1998 or something. I've also read The Children's War multiple times. And I just finished Those Who Save Us, which I've read before. Oh, and I re-read The Book Thief with my niece over Thanksgiving - she was reading it for freshman English.

So yes. Certain books I reread because I love them and because they mean something to me.
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All the Time!! I generally end up reading Gone with The Wind once a year. I also re-read To Kill a Mockingbird, North and South plus ensuing sequels, A Prayer for Owen Meany and others over and over again.

I've read most of my collection at least twice due to needs and interests. I love re-reading books. It's like slipping into a familiar world. I always find something new in the text or even read it differently. I look at things from different characters points of view, find new themes or focus on one for that reading. I dunno. My books are like my friends and I like to revisit them every so often.
There are actually very few books that I haven't read more than once. I probably could count them all on 1 hand.

I actually just finished re-reading The Hunger Games and Catching Fire for the 4th time each and I'm about to start again on the third in that trilogy, Mockingjay.
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From the Corner of his Eye by Dean Koontz.
Ive read it multiple times, and have bought it twice (let other people borrow first one, fell apart from page flipping! no one could put it down.)

Dean Koontz is a great author imo (:
Ive read a few of his books, and can never put them down, but from the corner of his eye, is my favorite/first read.
All the harry potter books, and all the Georgia Nicholson books. The Georgia Nicholson books are for pre teens/teens but I think the author has written adult versions of them, they are FREAKING HILARIOUS. I mean you cannot read these in public, you will look insane.
Hamlet and Wicked. Reread both at least once every year.
I'm re-reading the Shardlake series at the moment. Harry Potter has been read through twice. Some Philippa Gregory books have had a second read too. I'm sure there's more.
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Any of my favorite authors, definitely. If I finished a book and was satisfied I'll probably read it again at some point. I usually miss something the first time through and sometimes there's a new perspective I didn't see before.
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All 4 of Deanna Raybourn's books. Some of them read 3 times.
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I re read most books! I have over 400 on my shelf and only a handful of them have only been read once. The majority have been read multiple times - its like revisiting an old friend. Nothing better than snuggling down with what you know will be a great book!

Some I have read the most include:

Pride and Prejudice
Meg Cabots (any of her books)
Harry Potter
The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets
The Seer and the Sword
Philip Pullmans
Garath Nix
Michelle Magorian (particularly Goodnight Mr Tom)
Rick Riordan Percy Jackson
Anne of Green Gables series
The Raging Quiet
Melissa Nathan (who I love but has sadly died of cancer so can never write some new great books )
All the harry potter books, and all the Georgia Nicholson books. The Georgia Nicholson books are for pre teens/teens but I think the author has written adult versions of them, they are FREAKING HILARIOUS. I mean you cannot read these in public, you will look insane.
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So true. But I only got up to about book 5 and then I moved on to other things lol
I have read these at least 3-4 times -
Dean Koontz - The Watcher
Stephen King - The Stand and also his many short stories
Caroline Leavitt - Meeting Rozzy Halfway
Peter Mayle - A Year in Province
My library of serial killer books have been read many times, mostly by author Harold Schechter
I've read most of Tolkien's books more than once and have read the Lord of the Rings series 25-30 times.
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There are many books I've read more than once, including:

Gone With The Wind
Lord of the Rings
Beach Music by Pat Conroy (also Prince of Tides)
I Know This Much Is True by Wally Lamb
The Kite Runner
All of Jane Austin
Fall On Your Knees by Anne-Marie McDonald
Loving Each Other by Leo Buscaglia
Shark Dialogues by Kiana Davenport
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

I could go on and on....
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I've re-read Rebecca several times. I love that book.I think I also re-read Bridget Jones at least twice- maybe more.
There are many books I've read more than once, including:

Gone With The Wind
Lord of the Rings
Beach Music by Pat Conroy (also Prince of Tides)
I Know This Much Is True by Wally Lamb
The Kite Runner
All of Jane Austin
Fall On Your Knees by Anne-Marie McDonald
Loving Each Other by Leo Buscaglia
Shark Dialogues by Kiana Davenport
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

I could go on and on....
Originally Posted by nandiknits
You and I have very similar tastes! I Know...True, Fall on your Knees were two of my favorites too! I was thinking of re-reading them, actually.
Wuthering Heights . I have read this book more times than I can count. Love it.
Becca Fitzpatrick books 'Hush, Hush" series. I don't care if its a YA series I love it.
Meg Cabot's books.
Lauren Kate's 'Fallen' series.
Pride and Prejudice
Sense and Sensibility
Adam Bede
The Chronicles of Narnia books by C.S. Lewis (first ever book series I've ever read, been reading these books over and over again since I was in the 4th/5th grade. Going to grad school now. That says a lot)
If You Come Softly by Jacqueline Woodson (such a sweet, yet sad book)

Sadly, a few years ago, I used to read all the Twilight series books multiple times.
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yes yes and yes

I re read books I reread authors I read voraciously and with great pleasure!
off the top fo my pointy head...some favs
Tolkien- Lord of the ring series
Narnia
Susan Coopers the Grey King series
Terry Pratchetts Good omens and Thief of time
Ringworld Series by Larry Niven
Issac Asimov
Ray Bradbury
Zelazny - Amber series
I heard the owl call my name Margaret Craven
Song of the pearl Ruth Nichols
Ann Rice Vampire Chronicles
and so on
ooo which reminds of my occasional return to Vonnegut!
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I made note of some of the titles in this thread - great idea to ask this question!

As a kid (and as an adult, too) -
all the "Little House" books
everything by Jean Little
everything by Madeline L'Engle
everything by Ruth Chew
The Annotated Alice
The Little Prince
(and tons more that aren't coming to mind)

As an adult -
Roots
The Children's Hospital by Chris Adrian
The Wives' Tale by Alix Wilbur
everything by Anne Tyler
most everything by Fay Weldon
most everything by Jaquelyn Mitchard
most everything by John Irving (especially Garp!)




Every book I've ever owned.



I can't think of one that I put away after reading once.

Maybe 100 Years of Solitude. But I still keep thinking I read it in spanish and english.

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