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Can you read a book twice?
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22 / F / Hostel
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Posted 12/9/11
okay, i already Harry Potter series like, more than 30 times? no, i am not kidding. i seriously like the books, even now.
Posted 12/9/11
Revision books.
Posted 12/31/11
Totally, dude.
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Posted 1/16/12
yes. I love reading.
Posted 1/16/12 , edited 1/16/12
Of course we CAN read a book not just twice but multiple of times.
The question is... WOULD we want to read the same book over and over again?


xD lol
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16 / F / HA!! wouldn't you...
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Posted 1/16/12



depends on how great the book is...

and when I got nothing to do and I happen to see the book
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Posted 1/16/12
I always re-read my favorite books. I'll probably never stop re - reading them. I've lost count of how many times I've re -read the Harry Potter books. I'm actually re - reading them right now. That's how I realize which my favorites are, if I feel like reading them again I know it's made it to my list of favorites.

For example, although I've read the Twilight books, and I found them pretty good. I never felt like I wanted to read them again.
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Posted 1/16/12
Dracula...hahah it's amazing <3

I've reread Eragon and Eldest (from the inheritance series) before, as well as all the Chronicles of Chrestomanci, and The Lost Years of Merlin, and Raven's Gate...

Re-reading is good, but I don't re-read often..
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Posted 1/16/12
It depends on the book. If it is a really good and interesting book I enjoy, then I often like to read it again.
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Posted 1/16/12
Of course, I always enjoy various kinds of stories. There are a few novels that I read at least once a year. Crime and Punishment, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Idiot, The Art of War, and Hagakure. This is definitely not a complete list of what I always re-read at least once a year. There are a few books in my personal library that I haven't read yet, and then there are some that I read well over a dozen times.
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Posted 1/16/12
i can read a book more than once but i wouldnt pay attention to it since i already know whats going to happen if its really good i can brows threw it again. its the same way with movies too
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Posted 1/16/12
Absolutely.

I do it all the time. Hell, some books are so complex they require a second or third reading. Some SciFi is so filled with tech jargon it's absurd. You can get lost in the finely spun verbiage and miss the part where everyone dies. I mean, what the hell is that?

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Posted 1/18/12 , edited 1/18/12
I can't. 100% of the joy of reading a book, at least for fiction, is discovering the story as it goes along. Once I've done that a book is worthless to me. I've tried to reread stuff because I enjoyed it once but like 30 pages deep I feel like I'm wasting my time and it bores me. If I purchased it, I usually will just leave it at a bus stop for someone else to read or donate it to the library.
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Posted 1/18/12
The only time I will ever re-read a book is if a sequel comes out. I won't remember what happened otherwise
Posted 1/18/12
I can't even read it once.
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