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Old 11-08-2012, 11:39 AM   #10
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I feel sorry for people who do not reread.
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There are two types of books that I read over and over again and never tire of:

1. The great classics, such as Dickens. Every time I re-read a Dickens novel I get something new from it.

2. What I'd call "comfort reading". In this category for me would be "The Lord of the Rings", and David Eddings' "Belgariad" series. I know them virtually off by heart, but they give me a warm fuzzy feeling every time I re-read them.
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