What is your favorite book of all time?

+7 Bucky Roberts · January 10, 2015
Looking for something good to read (computer books not allowed!) 

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0 Tincu Andrei · January 24, 2015
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/69/3b/21/693b21e9b4113044f3c3784d8546736f.jpgWinnetou I, II, III
0 Val Almosnino · January 24, 2015
The Deryni series of books by Katherine Kurtz
0 Visal Krishnan · January 24, 2015
The Power of Now by Eckhrat Tolle

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+1 Muamet Shasivari · January 24, 2015
Don Quixote
+1 Muamet Shasivari · January 24, 2015
I would say there are few books.Hard to say.
But if I have to chose one would be Don Quixote.
0 John McCartney · January 23, 2015
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I loved this one, movie was good too
0 Troy Jones · January 23, 2015
Has anyone here read the Count of Monte Cristo?  They rave about it on /r/books.  I know the sandwiches are pretty good.  :)
0 hilmi kumdakçı · January 23, 2015
skeptical essays - bertrand russell
+1 Glenn Cook · January 21, 2015
My favorite book of all times is Jackdaws by Ken Follet, an awesome read
0 Alexxis Lee · January 21, 2015
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This book was written in 1791 and is metaphorically graphic.  and truly illustrates the demented mind of Sade. He was actually sentenced to prison by Napoleon for writing this book.  
If that's not your cup of tea, try David Fishers "The War Magician" which is a true story about a real life magician who is in the British Army in World War II and tells a tale of how he tricked the enemy with elaborate camouflage stunts. 

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