Books I Have Read Twice (or more) – Take Two

Here is the list of books that I have read twice or more, as far as I can recall. I started reviewing every book I have read in 2007. For those listed here, read after that, I have included a link to the review and my rating. The ones without links are books I read even the second time decades ago and I do not have a fresh enough memory of them to enable me to write a review. I’d have to read them again first. But there are so many books, so little time…


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

The Stand – by Stephen King (4 stars)

An American Tragedy – by Theodore Dreiser

Fathers and Sons – by Ivan Turgenev

Anna Karenina – by Leo Tolstoy

Sons and Lovers – by D. H. Lawrence (3 stars)

Treasure Box – by Orson Scott Card (2.5 stars)

Vox – by Nicholson Baker

Time Pressure – by Spider Robinson (3 stars)

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 (4 stars)

King Rat – James Clavell (4 stars)

Orphans of the Sky – by Robert A. Heinlein

Forever War – by Joe Haldeman (3 stars)

Uncle Tom’s Cabin – by Harriet Beecher Stowe (4 stars)

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