Sadly, I don't. Wish I did!
I read Harry a couple of times...I've read books over and over for teaching. I find something new every time. I read To Kill A Mockingbird, Scarlet Letter, Huck Finn, Jane Eyre many times and enjoyed them anew.
I don't think I have ever read one book that many times (well the BOM), but probably Twilight.. I think I am on my third time ;) hehe
Ella Enchanted. Best book ever.Confession: never read Harry Potter.
Mary Higgins Clark books or Lillian Jackson Braun books. I re-read those often. But I'm also a fan of the Harry Potter series and have read those several times as well. I am a book junkie!
Gerald Lund's books. I don't know how many times I've read The Work and the Glory and his other big series, The Kingdom and the Crown.
Funny, Dan's reading the HP series for the zillionth time again right now too. I could read just about any of Jane Austen's novels over and over again. Just finished A Tale of Two Cities AGAIN. Gotta love the classics.
I read Harry Potter at least every other year in the fall. I love it more every time.I've also read Ella Enchanted five or six times. I just adore that book. (The movie is nothing like it, so don't let that sway you.)
I read books over and over again all the time. Harry potter is one of those books I have read a few times.
I read Harry Potter again every time a new book or movie comes out. So, I'll be pulling it out soon to be ready for the next movie! :) After there are no more movies, I think I'll still do it. You just have to.
i'm embarrassed to say i have never read a Harry Potter book or seen any of the movies. Now that we have kids I guess I will. I'm behind the game, to say the least. I think the only book I read over and over is The Book of Mormon. Once I finish a book I don't seem to read them again. I should try that!
I read the entire Chronicles of Narnia at least five times in my youth. Being an English major cut back on my recreational reading and I've never quite recovered, though. I'm sure I could re-read almost any book after about a year and it would be like new, though.Actually, I hate to admit that I was miserable reading HP7 because I'm the slowest reader in my immediate and extended family and I knew I would overhear a spoiler if I didn't finish it soon, so I felt rushed and frustrated. (I even stayed home from church the Sunday after it came out so I wouldn't overhear spoilers. I wonder if I'm the only person who's ever stayed home from church for that specific reason.)
I can read any book I like over again, I just put it on the shelf for a year or two and it's like reading it for the first time! But, the one's I have read and remember and practically have memorized is any Jane Austen, and ha ha The Twilight series (but not the second one because there is too much co- dependency going on)I'm sure you wanted to know that much about me didn't you!
Yes, Harry Potter! I love them all. I think 5 and 7 are my faves. I haven't read them in a while though. I am still trying to get through Twilight. haha. I can hardly wait for Deathly Hollows Part I!
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