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Ragini | 1 comments BooksRegina!! wrote: "Hi I just joined Good Reads! So, what's your top favorite book of all? Mine is Legacy by Shannon Messenger!"
Hi, my favorite book- The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

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Tonya Mangum | 1 comments A Piece of Cake by Cupcake Brown. it's a memoir about a young woman and that was orphaned around 10 or 11 and live the life out of control and then she became a successful lawyer all because of her own determination. it really is a great true story.

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Glain Jones-Berry | 1 comments Hey, my favourite book of all time is Circe by Madeleine Miller. One of the quotes that made me fall in love with this book was:
"But in a solitary life, there are rare moments when another soul dips near yours, as stars once a year brush the earth. Such a constellation was he to me"
It's so beautifully written, so I would 100000% recommend :)

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Diana Vera Vásquez | 2 comments Hi I’m new too :D My favourite book is The house of the spirits by Isabel Allende (she is my favourite author) :)

message 5: by Lorena (new)

Lorena (sunshinelorena) Hi, my favourite is The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. 100% recommended it to anyone

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Juliette Hi BooksRegina!!, I've just joined GoodReads too and my favorite books are See You Up There by Pierre Lemaître and The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller! :)

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blue (heyitssblue) | 1 comments hi! my favorite book is just revenge by Alan M. Dershowitz. I've just finished reading it and I'm left with this feeling that just screams for me to tell the world to read it

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Melancholic Blithe ⚡ (melancholicblithe) | 3 comments Hi! My favourite book is Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. It's such a sweetheart there is no doubt you would like it. And I bet legacy by Shannon Messenger would be amazing too, I am on the third book in that series.

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Sarah | 1 comments Hey all! I really loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and And Then There Were None!
They are both really really good! :)

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Cassie (verboten) Hard-boiled Wonderland and the End of the World by Haruki Murakami.

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Roy | 4 comments My favourite book is one that I have just read by a debut author, Vandana Singh-Lal. It is called So All Is Peace. It was released only in December 2019 but it s like nothing I have read before. It is a mind blowing account of the inner life of twin sisters set in New Delhi. They have been found starving in an apartment. It is a literary thriller of a kind that I have never read before. I know I am gushing but it almost haunts me!

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Srijeth Radhakrishnan (srije) | 1 comments Hi! My Favourite book is It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover.

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Anjana  (anji5e) YOU by Caroline Kepnes

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Lisa | 4 comments Call me by your name!

Just read it recently & it blew me away.
It‘s such a raw, honest & pure lovestory as they are really hard to find within all the drama that‘s usually going on.

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Rubí Santander (hexekat) | 1 comments This is so difficult, I can't choose only one book.

message 16: by Louise (new)

Louise Billington | 2 comments Depends on my mood, currently loving The Reckoning by John Grisham. Also love curling up with anything by Thomas Hardy.

message 17: by Jackie (new)

Jackie Pilling  (jackie_pilling) Tuesdays with Morrie

It restores my faith in humankind.

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message 19: by Brittany (last edited Jan 30, 2020 10:15AM) (new)

Brittany (britt_7911) | 2 comments I absolutely LOVED the book Educated by Tara Westover.

message 20: by Kate (new)

Kate (katetakate) | 96 comments Depends on my mood but these I’ve read multiple times and lent or gifted - such fantastic reads - multiple faceted gems!
Fruit of the Drunken Tree
The Namesake
Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood

message 21: by Cecilia (new)

Cecilia | 9 comments It’s very hard to choose just one favorite book and I sort of go through phases of favorite books but right now my favorite is probably Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman.

message 23: by Cornelia (new)

Cornelia (cornelianastasia) | 1 comments Tan Twan Eng is my favourite author. I can't say what book i like more.

message 24: by Leslie (new)

Leslie (lesliejean43) | 88 comments My all-time favourite book is Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood. I first read it years ago, and have reread it a few months ago even though I 'never' reread books. It was just as good the second time.

Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood

message 25: by King (new)

King Maria (pankile) | 2 comments Madeline Miller's The Song of Achilles is yet to be replaced at the no.1 spot for me

message 26: by Sophia (new)

Sophia James (sophia100) | 2 comments My all time favourite changes from time to time. at a push I would say Man on Fire by A j Quinnell. My latest favourite is The cursed Sister by Andrew BlairThe Cursed Sister

message 27: by Humpel (last edited Feb 05, 2020 08:24AM) (new)

Humpel | 2 comments Beating the Casinos at Their Own Game (by Peter Svoboda)
The reason I like the book is because I plan make some money in online casinos that are listed on www.gamblinghero.com and I want to be prepared. The writing style is both informative and entertaining.

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