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Can you read a book twice?
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Posted 5/13/12
I re-read books quite a bit. It doesn't have to be a specific type or genre of book, I just have to have enjoyed it the first time around (which considering what a book junkie I am, doesn't take much)
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I have read multiple books and series several times. Every time a new book comes out for a series, I re-read the whole series again. that means one of the series I just read, "The Sword of Truth" I am on the twelfth series read. For "The Wheel of Time" I am on my thirteenth re-read of the series.
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No matter how much I try I just can't D;
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definitely <3
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Posted 5/13/12
Books like Harry Potter.
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Yep. I give myself a grace period though. Even if I want to read soon after reading something, I wait at least a month before doing it again. The longer it's been, the better. I've re-read Ultimate Spiderman comics a few times. Some mangas. And a few books as well.

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just r-read wild sheep chase by takashi murakami, it had been a couple years though.
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21 / F / In your dreams.....
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Posted 5/14/12
sure i can read books again but depends on what type of book...it rly helps if the story was actually interesting or i had some kind of personal connection to something in it.. if a book's plot totally depends on suspense then there's no way to make it as good the 2nd time..
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I've read multiple books more than twice! Harry Potter, for sure (all of them), and most of Steinbeck's works! <3333~~
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I can if the book is relatively short and I am very interested in it^^ But for longer books it is usually one read and finished
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21 / M / Missouri
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Ive read redwall 2 or 3 times now.
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20 / F / Asia, Earth. :]
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I read novels but I don't think I can read it for the second time around. Once I finished up something I never want to go back at it. Since I already know the flow of the story why bother reading it again? It would become extremely boring. However, there are times that you forgot some details that you tend to read it all over again.
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Posted 5/14/12

GrimCooler wrote:

I can't even read a book once. Any book.


Wow, you might wanna keep that to yourself...



My favorite books I've re-read over and over:

The Stand
It
The Gunslinger Series
Eyes of the Dragon
The Dragonlance Chronicles
The Tale of the Twins
The Hobbit
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
The Hitchiker"s Guide to the Galaxy "Trilogy"
Mercades Lackey's Mage books
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh
Charlotte's Web
All of your 2nd and 3rd gen D&D guides and Monster Manuals

I've read countless science fiction and fantasy novels, more than I will ever remember, but these are the special ones to me.


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20 / M / In Rainbows
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its pretty good reading it again and again and again. quite interesting!
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18 / M / Long Beach
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I've read a whole 36 part series three times :p but that's only because it was such a lengthy series, that by the time I was finished with it, I had forgotten 80% of the details, and it was actually entertaining and interesting to read the whole series again.
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