Books I Have Read Twice (or more)

Le Petit Prince – by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (in French, German and English)

The Stand – by Stephen King

Fathers and Sons – by Ivan Turgenev

Anna Karenina – by Leo Tolstoy

Sons and Lovers – by D. H. Lawrence

Treasure Box – by Orson Scott Card

Vox – by Nicholson Baker

Time Pressure – by Spider Robinson

Illusions – by Richard Bach

Jonathan Livingston Seagull – by Richard Bach

The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway

Catcher in the Rye – J. D. Salinger

King Rat – James Clavell

Orphans of the Sky – by Robert A. Heinlein

5 thoughts on “Books I Have Read Twice (or more)

  1. I’ve only read four out of the list of 12. And once. I shall try and share your accomplishments. Thank you again for sharing.
    Also, Norbert, I’ve just realised that not only are you a beautiful writer, you are multi-talented and multi-lingual.

  2. Terra Kroll

    I have read Le Petit Prince (in both French and English) and Catcher in the Rye more than once…but only 4 others on the list. 🙂

    1. Treasure Box does not warrant reading unless an O.S.C. fan. Time Pressure is a time travel story, but very hard to find in print now. You can skip that one. Vox is very unique. Not classic literature, but very, very different. All others are classics. The Stand, being Stephen King, might be viewed differently, but it is, in my opinion, by far the best King novel ever. – Enjoy!

      1. Terra Kroll

        I’ve actually read a couple of Orson Scott Card books (Enders Game/Speaker for the Dead) because I am a big of a sci-fi buff. 🙂

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