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Today’s question:
What’s the first book that you ever read more than once? (I’m assuming there’s at least one.)

What book have you read the most times? And–how many?
My answer:
I can vaguely remember rereading a book from my childhood but can’t remember the name.  I can picture the cover in my mind, but not the title.  As far as in my life from Junior High to this day, I have never read a book twice, that I know.  There are too many books that I haven’t read and want to, then to reread a book whereas I know how it will turn out.  Theres’s that saying…..too many books, too little time.

 

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  7 Responses to “Booking Through Thursday”

  1. I agree with you "To many books, to little time." I have a sweat shirt with that saying across the front. I'm sure people think I a bit weird when I wear it, which in the winter is a lot.

  2. It is true that there is too many new books to read, but I can't resist revisiting the ones i loved. Here is my BTT.

  3. I don't re-read much either.

  4. I don't often re-read but there are some favourites that stand the test of time and warrant a re-visit now and again.

    Here's my BTT.

  5. I have many re-reads! Gone With The Wind, the Outlander series, Pride and Prejudice, Little Woman, She's Come Undone and Cold Sassy Tree.

  6. I don't reread a lot…but there are a few go-to books that are my comfort books when I need a reading kick-start. Here's my full answer: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/07/booking-through-thursday-repeats.html

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