Fav book of all time

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    What is your favourite book???
    Mine is "House of night" by Kristin Cast.

  • Shruti
    1 year ago

    ^same here. You missed out P.C.

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Oh yeah....credit goes to P.C. as well

  • hiraeth
    1 year ago

    The Alchemist holds a special spot in my heart. It's such an amazing book.

  • The Fairy Mary Poppins
    1 year ago

    The Scarlett Letter, or To Seduce a sinner those have my love towards them they are great books that both have love and sadness.

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Thanks Senyru and The Fairy Mary Poppins for posting

  • nancy
    1 year ago

    My fav book is nancy drew is a detective story and secondly its house of night by kristin cast and p.c

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Nancy drew ,my second fav.

  • Shruti
    1 year ago

    Tinkle!
    Uh...ok that's a magazine, but still I love it.
    And I love Enid Blyton's books.

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    "My experiments with truth" by "Mahatma Gandhi"....super awesome book.

  • nancy
    1 year ago

    I also lyk Heidi its a nice story all together.

  • DirgeVenustas
    1 year ago

    The perks of being a wallflower by stephon chobosky

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    War of the worlds by H.G Wells.

  • shloka
    1 year ago

    Morning, Noon & Night by Sidney Sheldon. The book's an absolute thriller!

  • Red Yoshi
    1 year ago

    It's kind of a funny story

  • Ben Pickard
    1 year ago

    Great Expectations - Dickens

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    I am Malala - Malala Yousufzai

  • Milly Hayward
    1 year ago

    Magician by Raymond E Foist but I would have to include the whole series because once I read one book I have to read the full series.

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Thanks for posting.

  • Ben Pickard
    1 year ago

    The adventures of Pug and Tomas, hey, Milly? A great series.

  • Meena Krish
    1 year ago

    I've got a few one been:

    The Alchemist

    The Kite Runner (very sad and touching story)

    Angles and Demons and come to think of it have read so many books I seem to like them all!

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Oh! I just forgot one.
    The diary of a young girl
    - by
    Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank.

  • Milly Hayward
    1 year ago

    Yes Ben what an amazing series. Also still have a soft spot for the Shannara series of books. Although the new TV series is murdering it but then I guess that's the problem. When you love a book then no-one in films ever sticks to the script. They just have to mess around with it

  • Em
    1 year ago

    Goodnight Mr Tom

  • Augustus Black
    1 year ago

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.

  • Ben Pickard
    1 year ago

    Milly - the Shannara series is still my favourite fantasy series ever! I have read those books over and over.
    Em - I've just read Goodnight Mr Tom to my kids - a brilliant book that's sad and inspiring all at once.
    Augustas - Twain was an excellent writer. I believe his real name was Samuel Langhorne clemmence or some such. Tom Sawer is also an excellent novel

  • Augustus Black
    1 year ago

    Ben -
    Sir, thanks for the information. Yes, I really wanted to go on adventures with Twain if he would have alive today. Great Man and great writer. Ya, I have Tom Sawer novel but not read it yet. I might read that soon too.

  • Augustus Black
    1 year ago

    I wonder why there's not any Harry Potter books in this list.

  • GB
    1 year ago

    The Secret by Rhonda Byrne.

    The magic book which turns the imagination into reality.

  • nancy
    1 year ago

    The magic book is also my fav

  • Mihir Deshmukh
    1 year ago

    My favourite book of all times is Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell.Though I am a devout fan of Ayn Rand, this book spoke to me the most.

  • ether
    1 year ago

    My favourite book is non-fiction and quite depressing, but super enlightening.

    How the World Works - Noam Chomsky

    I'd recommend it to anyone in a good headspace ;)

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Chicken soup for teenagers....I read it recently and was deeply touched by it.

    It contains real life incidents of friendship, family,life etc etc....

  • H. Elizabeth
    1 year ago

    The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.

  • Em
    1 year ago

    I love real life stories though they can be very sad.
    Cathy glass is one of my faves. She is a foster carer and seen many sites. I always cry at her books.

  • Golden AnGel Rhapsodist
    1 year ago

    Rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki

    "the poor dad always say " son you need to study hard to find a good company to work for."

    *the rich dad always say "son study hard and when u finish school, you can build or buy your own company. "

    the poor dad mindset his son to work for the money

    the rich dad mindset his son to let his money work for him.

    :)

  • nancy
    1 year ago

    Chicken soup for teenagers is also one of my fav i'm reading it rt now....its amazing

  • Sunshine
    1 year ago

    The bell jar

  • Shruti
    1 year ago

    Numbers trilogy by Rachel Ward.

  • Sushmita Mitra Chetri
    1 year ago

    Wings of fire - by our former President
    A.P.J Abdul Kalam......so darn inspiring.
    Truly loved it.