I am a habitualy re-reader. I have many many "comfort books" that I read over and over again if the mood strikes. They include anything by Jane Austen or Vonnegut, and some childhood favs like Watership Down and Huckleberry Finn. Oh, and I read A Confederacy of Dunces at least once a year, never fails to make me laugh.
I have noticed that I re-read a little less now that my Kindle has provided easy access to new books.
Thanks to the Kindleboards, I have recently read the first few Outlander books, and they will certainly be re-read in the future...
Okay, Linda, since you mentioned Thornbirds (which I loved), I've also got to mention another Aussie novel that I enjoyed and was made into an HBO mini-series back in the early 80's: All the Rivers Run, by Nancy Cato
I wore out my paperback at least a decade ago and haven't been able to find it in print again.
I don't typically reread Stephen King books, but one of my faves to reread by him is "The Eyes of the Dragon". I originally read it about 20 years ago (oh my that's a lot of time when it is in black and white ) and still consider it one of his best.
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