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Can you read a book twice?
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I read each of Harry Potter series twice except 7
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Lala reads the same book as many times as she wants as long as it is good ^-^
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F / Pakistan
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Well there are some novels, i have read more than two times >.> !!!
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21 / F / Europe
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I have one book that I have read about a thousand times. It's called "The Egg".
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Posted 3/27/12
Yes, of course. However, I don't eat the same food twice.

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20 / F / Aslyum 626
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I read gooesbump books over and over sometimes
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25 / F / In a apple tree
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i tend to re-read a book i had read once before usually i find things i didn't notice the first time but now a days i haven't read in awhile or its usually manga's or visual novels
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I have a tendency to read series over and over. I've read the HP series quite a few times, I usually tend to re-read an entire series before the next book comes out I lost count of the HP series and the Sherrilyn Kenyon Dark Hunter series I'm reading them I think for like the 4th or 5th time as a series(have read individual books that I really liked more) same with Jim Butchers' Dresden series. I have a nook so I'm slowly working on getting all the series I really like on the nook, unfortunately I still have to read some series as hardcovers/paperbacks(namely the HP series) because they are not available for the nook yet.
Posted 3/28/12
Only if I have enough hair.
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For series/books that I enjoy or think I can get more out of with repeated readings then yes, eg. 'The cuckoo's egg', 'Rings of the Master' series, 'The Gap Cycle'.

Where as other titles/series that won't give me more enjoyment or information aren't read a second time, eg. 'Dogs of War' or 'The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the unbeliever' (The Thomas Covenant books were so terrible that I couldn't finish them, let alone read them a second time).
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No, I can barely read a book once.
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I can, but it has to be spaced out over several months to a year. Mainly because I have a fairly good memory and re-reading something close together is boring. So I let the memory fade before re-reading.
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10 times
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22 / F / ~ASIA~
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Xie_Lang wrote:

I can, but it has to be spaced out over several months to a year. Mainly because I have a fairly good memory and re-reading something close together is boring. So I let the memory fade before re-reading.


I can say the same.. but for me it's never a month...more or so it's year or years...
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yeah, but its about werewolves. its called the wereling by stephen cole.
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