What’s your favourite book?

Morgan F.
I have a lot but I can say that either “ Promises Left For Dead”, “Flygirl”, and “ My Family for the War” are all my top picks.
Surbhi T.
My favourite books is think and grow rich. this book tells us about the principal through which we can become rich. These principles are reaally helpful. By applying those principal we cannot only become rich but we can acheive any goal.
Sujin C.
My favourite book so far is 'Pachinko' by Minjin Lee. It's a really deep novel which captivates it's reader from the beginning. I highly recommend it!
Ester G.
The Little Prince or Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It's dreamy and fairytale like. But actually bring me to a weird world to reflect more about my real world. It's genuine, but full of metaphor. Childlike, but very mature.
Amor Z.
Well i’m still trying to read more to know that but i’m reading “ atomic habit “ right now and i think it’s gonna be my favorite book but i’ll read harry potter after that and i’m sure that it will be my number 1 lol but we will see
Eddie N.
A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nasar.

A great biography about a brilliant, yet troubled mind that dealt with issues of his own failures, social isolation, and mental illness and, yet, was still honored for his grand contribution to mathematical knowledge.

Nandini F.
I don't have one favourite book. But I absolutely love fiction as a genre. Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Enid Blyton, Eoin Colfer…these authors have taught me how to dream, and shown me the power of imagination.
Tori P.
I love good wives, little women. A few other books also I really like old victorian / 1800s – 1900s time area books especially cottage vibes!
Eleanor E.
When speaking of beletristic, I really enjoyed "Wuthering Heights". When it comes to personal development, I would strongly reccommend "Atomic habits", which really help me achieve more and integrate new hobbits.
Delores F.
The title of my favorite book is Croatian and I don't exactly know the translation but my favorite book is "Konrad dječak iz limenke"
Maria I.
I’ m a huuuuge reader. since i was a child i have always read a lot, my parents are huge readers too so i think it’s quite genetic ahhaha. anyway my favorite book probably is “the great gatsby”. i don’t know why i like it so much, maybe it’s because i’m fascinated by the 20s maybe it’s the way of writing which belongs to Scott Fitzgerald, maybe even it’s because he is my “comfort writer”. i really don’t know but the great gatsby is by far my favourite “classic” book. regarding the book series i have to say Harry Potter. every single time i te-read on of the books i feel at home.
Cayla L.
My favourite book right now is On the Come Up by Angie Thomas. It reminds me alot of my childhood. It's funny, intriguing, and light-hearted.
Connor X.
Definitely, definitely Blue Moon Rising. Written by Simon Green. It's a horror, it's a thriller, it's action packed, it's a romance, it's a drama, it's a fantasy novel. It's been a while since I've read it, but I remember it very well. The plot twists were unexpected and exciting, the plot is amazing. Dragons, demons, monsters of all sorts, royalty complications, just, everything. I seriously recommend this book to anyone who likes any of the mentioned genres.
Cortney Z.
Most people can’t stop using their phones in bed because they have withdraws from the blue light our phones give out. I recommend not using your phone at least an hour before you go to bed so when you do get to bed you don’t seem to want to be on it as much.
Achmi X.
I am currently reading a book called the 57 bus. I usually don't read but this book is just the best book I have ever read. It is about a "girl" Named Sasha that is actually a boy and is trans. Sasha goes by they, them pronouns. Then there is this other boy named Richard who is a good person and is around 16. The main event was when Richard set Sasha's skirt on fire on the 57 bus (A subway bus).
Esraa N.
My favourite book at the moment is 'They both die at the end' by Adam Silvera. I first read it about a week ago and I think it's amazing. It's such a great read and it's so well written. It left me in tears and I found myself staring at the ceiling in the middle of the night. It's one of those books that you never forget. It's helping me live my life to the fullest and I think in the future I'll look back and realise that this was the book that helped change my mindset. I think you should give it a shot (if you haven't already). I really do think you'll enjoy it 🙂
Achmi X.
A time for mercy, This book explores the reality of trying a teen as an adult for a capital murder. It examines the real truth in our justice system. Explores people’s empathy towards a child who committed corporal sin that will judge his entire life
Anna Z.
My favorite book it Rich Dad pour dad. It teaches you the valious of that you must have to deal with money in a healthy way
Terrence O.
So, heres a book im currently reading which is unresist-able and you just can’t take your eyes off: Children of blood and bone. Its where this character Zelie is about to go into an unknown adventure of saving her life, her people and magic
Rosita F.
My favorite books are the Harry Potter books. Hands down. No shame.
They make me happy and calm. I’m not joking when I say that I read all seven of them every single year. Often I listen to the audio books, Stephen Fry reads them spectacularly!
Harry Potter has such a special place in my life. The story feels like home to me. And I’ve had some issues with finding a place of home in my life.
Nicole P.
My fav book is definitely Catcher in the rye by JD Selinger. I really like book from this years because there are showing how the world and people change. There's a lot of racism homophobia and sexism in those books and for people from this years it was something totally normal. It's really shocking and interesting experience reading books like that. Btw thank you for asking. ( English is not my first language so I'll sorry if I wrote something wrong 😅)
Sophie N.
My favourite book is the goldfish boy by Lisa Thompson. The book is about a young boy who has got severe ocd with germs and he’s on a mission to try and end the fear. But then he ge involved in a mystery and only he knows the answer but because there’s germs outside he won’t leave his house but that’s the only way for anyone to know the answer to the mystery…
Stephanie N.
My favorite book very hard question I love reading and I find great ones I love anything by the author John Green. Right now I am really enjoying YOUR BEST YEAR EVER by Micheal Hyatt, I feel I'm getting into more what I should do with my life books but I love fiction books the best. An Abundance Of Katherine's is amazing by John Green I remember I really enjoyed that book.
Bernadette Y.
My favorite book is All the Bright Places. It makes me think about things I have never thought of before and is a romance novel, which is my favorite genre. It has a movie but I like the book better. The ending made me cry but it is just a really great book and I highly recommend it.
Tony Y.
My favorite book that I have read so far is Rosemary Cottage by Colleen Coble. She writes suspense and she brings life to her books. She is an amazing author and I will continue to read her books over and over.
Lea P.
My favouritre type of books is that teaches u haw to make money "Study money or get rich"Or self-development books" and "horror story books"
Vicki O.
That’s a hard question because I love to read. I’d say my favorite book changes depending on my mood to be honest. I love the Harry Potter series though. It brings back the wonder I wish I could’ve kept as I grew up. I kept some of it but I miss thinking magic was real and so were dragons
Suzanna Q.
Wizard's First Rule by Terry Goodkind. I like how Richard starts out as someone quite normal and then through the help of others becomes a king who unites different sides of the barrier. A love story with magic and dragons.
Kevin F.
I really don't have a favorite book. I like many.
I normally read fantasy, science fiction, romantic book or classics.
Between fantasy books I would suggest the Percy Jackson series and its following ones (by Rick Riordan) as well as all the other series he wrote, which are all fantastic; also the Shadowhunter series by Cassandra Clare is wonderful. I loved the Grishaverse by Leigh Bardugo too. The Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children series by Ransom Riggs and The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini are two of my favourites.
Talking about science fiction, my favourite series are The Maze Runner series by James Dashner and The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins.
My favourite romance book is Me before you (and the two sequels) by Jojo Moyes and my favourite classic book is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Even though I really love The picture of Dorian Gray (by Oscar Wilde) too.
Alito T.
It's always the last book I read… But here are a few of my favourites;
-The book Thief by Markus zusak
– to kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee
– the hunger games trilogy bu Suzanne Collins
– the maze runner books

I have loads of other ones that I forget… Happy reading!!

Dave A.
Honestly I don’t have a favorite book since I just dabble through different themes and read a lot, however I can say I really enjoyed Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets because of its theme of magic and I really love harry potter
Sergio N.
It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover is my favourite book at this point in time. I love romance novels. The way Colleen writes makes me fall in love with reading and it inspires me to write my own stories again.
Simona W.
i curently finished book named call me by your name and it was probably my first or second book that i read whole cuz i dont usually read books at least a didnt read before i started to like them
Ella O.
My favourite book must be Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, simply because of how wonderfully written it is. The plot is so well built and the characters have so much depth and personality.
Anna P.
Cartea mea preferata este Twilinght saga, este ghidata de filmul Twilinght, este un film de romantism, și posibil să îți Dee și lacrimile in ochi. Deci cam atât, mulțumesc pentru întrebare. Pa
Cecil P.
I have not read so many books but currently I am reading a book called the magic of thinking big and I found it very interesting. Our life is 90 Pc depends on what and how we think.
Georgia X.
The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.

This was the first book that introduced me to mindfulness and how important it is for us to be in the present moment… in a nutshell

תומר יודשקין N.
My favorite type of book is fantasy, I love to read none realistic books about a boy with his friends trying to save the Olympus of ancient grease.
Adnan W.
If yoy mean the one i enjoyed the most then:
Ekadoly- it is and arabic novel so i dont know if there is and english version of it.
Ans if you mean the one it helped me the most then:
The secret- it is really practical and inspirational, so i would suggest that you read it.
Mathias O.
Midnight sun
This is probably my favourite book rn, I read it about a month ago and it is amazing, it gave my such a different POV from twilight with so much more depth and detail it was amazing
Mimi N.
I have many many many favourites so here are a few. Harry Potter, Northern Lights, The girl who drank the moon 🌙, Smile, Ghosts
Nigel W.
Honestly I don't have a favorite but I do have many good books they are all to amazing to read try a million pieces by James Frey and unaccustomed earth by jhumpa lahiri
Chloe N.
My favourite books are The seven deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, One of us is lying and it’s sequel One of us is next and The hunger games series. They all involve murder; the first three are murder mysteries, the last is a game of murder.
Sophie N.
Horror; Devil in Connecticut/The Devil Made Me Do It (real book by ed and lorraine), The exorcist by Blatty, Haunted by Chuck P
Fantasy; Fablehaven, Keeper of The Lost Cities, Sabrina The Teenage Witch
Michelle Z.
My favourite book is The Alchemist. I see my life as a journey and I feel like the main character, always looking for something he dreams of. My soul resonates with the idea of exploring and learning something new every day, so I'm able to see in a new perspective the point where I'm from and all the steps I made up to now.
Anna P.
O meu livro favorito é a culpa é das estrelas, pois fala sobre o amor impossível e esse livro é mais uma prova do que nada e impossível
Max F.
I have too many favourite books to be able to count them. I read so many books it's hard to keep count 😅. Well there are books on wattpad, from school and my own personal collection. One I remember would be Matilda, Cherub series, Alex Rider?, Devils Prize, Bridgeton series, and many, many more 😁😇😅
Kenneth U.
I grew up reading Enid Blyton series. I love the famous five series and the malory tower series. And also the faraway tree. Then when I started reading novels there were many books that captured a place in my heart. I loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Sister, Gone for Good.
Ellie O.
My favourite book has got to be five-feet-apart because it’s so heart warming but sad at the same time. Although I can’t relate to how they are feeling I want to know so I can help them but definitely don’t want what they are going through
Brandie O.
History of India is my favourite book ,which was in Kannada language .
I enjoyed reading it as there were pictures illustration also
Amalie C.
I don't have a favorite book. I like a lot of books.
But one that i really like is
Local girl missing by Claire Douglas
L Andro T.
My favourite book is the history of western philosophy because It provides a great simplified explanation of philosophical ideas. I find the ideas discussed very interesting and will often think about them throughout the day after I have read about them.
Eleanor P.
One of my favourite books is called "Think and Grow Rich". The reason to that is that it helps me feel more motivated in my life not only financially but also mentally.
Debbie Y.
It depends on what you want to enjoy. Fiction or non fiction. I enjoy books by Stuart McBride who writes about detective novels. Or I enjoy reading about subjects that interest me such as sleep, one book I love and is so informative and a joy to read about sleep is ‘Counting sheep’. Or I always have a book near me about crystals or optimum nutrition by Patrick Holford.
Katie B.
That's a really difficult question to me, I've read so many and various books that picking one has become impossible. Although the books I'll probably read again in the future are "Tired tired sea" by Mediawhore on Ao3, "Escapade" by dolce_piccante on Ao3, "The perks of being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky and "The Messenger" and "Bridge of Clay" by Markus Suzak.
It's quite funny to think that if you ask me this question in 3/5 months, my answer will be definitely be another one. By the way I just want to apologize for the mistake 'cause English is not my first language and I'm still not that fluent. Have a nice day.
Anna P.
My favourite book in this moment is "il libricino della felicità" by Maria Beatrice Alonzi, I don't know if there is an English version but I loved the way it describes my inner soul without even knowing me. Of course not all assertions are suitable to my situation, but if you're starting a journey of personal growth I reckon it's very useful 😉!
Gzime M.
Set a limit on your phone so even if your favourite thing before bed is to play a game your phone will shut you down. Also, if you get into bed earlier to play your game then you can stop in time to wind down so you can get the rest you need and deserve without distraction and further just before bed stimulation.
Elisabeth E.
My favorite books are "Cronache del mondo emerso: la saga completa" and "La bibbia dell'infobusiness: 22 comandamenti per creare un business online". I loved the first book because I think its trama and its charter are wonderful (it is a fantasy book). I loved them. The second book I choose, it is a business book. I'm going to lunch my business and I need to study everything can help me to do the fewer errors possible with the experience of other business owner
Suelen E.
The Harry Potter series, of course. This story is the one that I grew up with and the one that I will read to my children. It is where I first discovered magic and friendship. No matter my age, my mood, or how many times I listen to the story… it will always be my favourite.
Alma P.
My favourite book it’s called the gift . It speaks about little everyday stories that make you understand how important is to appreciate every moment and second
Lilly F.
I don't really have one. I've read so many! But if it is anything by Stephen King I'd definitely love it – he is my favourite author.
Anna Q.
My favourite book is the Giver by Lois Lowry. It's a book describing a life of the main character in dystopian society. Simple written but caring universal truth that u discover while reading. Even though it wasn't as complex for my liking it touched me deeply. I would recommend it for everybody 🧡
Vera R.
I think i like more than one book. They are all different, but all Great in their own ways. So I can’t pic one that is my favourite.
Esra B.
My favourite book is from a series and it is called “Clockwork Angel” by Cassandra Clare. It is my favourite, because it is written so well that it makes you feel like your living throught it all
Anna P.
Time of my life by cecilia ahern because she reflects on how one should love themselves for who they are so that life attracts the right people towards you
Reinhardt X.
Right now, my favourite book is A Wizard of Earthsea. I don't really keep *favourite* books, more that I fall in love with the story I'm reading and then tuck it away as a fond memory after I'm done.
Elisa O.
I don't have any special favorite book cuz I usually enjoy reading all the genre. But most of all, I really kin the romance novels and I like reading them on my leisure time.
Alfeu F.
Delirium and Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver, the concept of love and disease works perfectly and the sacrifices made really got to me.
Noemie O.
I think my fav book is the first book of the saga Harry Potter, simply because it was the book that made me want to read more and never stop
Gaia T.
I don’t really have a favourite book, but I think that “Il sergente nella neve” of Mario Rigoni Stern (literally “the sergeant in the snow”) is quite good. The author is also the protagonist of the book and he talks about his experience fighting the russians in ww2 (he was in a “caposaldo”, near the shore of the river Don, in Russia). I’m 14 and I think that it is really pleasant to read! Today I talked about it with my grandma and I discovered that she loves it too (she also read it many times)

sooo I think it is a really good book and that it can be read by people of any age

Anna P.
Well I just finished reading a book called "I'd tell you I love you but I'd have to kill you" and it was so good, and right now I'm going to read a book called book called "They both die at the end".so my favorite book is "I'd tell you I love you but I'd have to kill you"
Naomi E.
I really love Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman I watch the tv show and loved it so I then read the book and it's great!
Silke C.
i don’t have a favorite book yet. i think frankenstein by mary shelly is probably one of my top books. as a kid you see movies and plays of the creature or monster being a horrible wretch throughout it. but in reality, victor frankenstein is really the monster. sometimes i see myself as the unexplained wretch and other times i see myself as the irresponsible creator. i think we all do things sometimes that are for the best but end up being the worst and do the worst things that are always doing the best for us.
Achmi X.
My favorite book is The Giver by Lois Lowry. I actually like the whole quartet and other books she has written but the Giver is my number one favorite and has been since middle school. It's just one that has always stuck with me.
Ana I.
My favorite book is "pretty little liars". Best book ever so many caraxters that teach you how to live on your own and to apriciate little things as much as spending time whit your familiy.
Naya X.
I read a lot of books in my life and each one of them had an impact on me. I love practically all of them but the stranger by Albert camus is a really special story that stands out for me.
Diane U.
I choose exercise that I like. I love dancing and starting my morning with dancing is perfect combo. I do something for my health and my soul at the same time.
Moment F.
The Johannes Cabal series, especially the first one. It reflects a lot of the things I value, familial relationships (even if contentious), intelligence, and wit. Wit is something I enjoy and appreciate, and this book has a lot of it. It’s funny but still makes me feel something, and for that reason, I love it.
Greta Y.
Reading is my favourite hobbie, and I've got some favourite books, but the bests are:
The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
Rome 40 DC by Adele Vieri Castellano.
I really recommend reading these!
Romana Z.
1. Alistair MacLeod “No Great Mischief”. This one is a Canadian immigration story that looks at three different generations of a Scottish family. Written in a way that makes the book feel like home.
2. (Because I can’t just pick one) Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye” this book was an intense read that covered a very real and sad topic. The book is written so beautifully that it almost reads like poetry. You get lost in the imagery that Morrison paints with her words and you almost forget that the book is quite sad and just remember the bitter sweet beauty of it. It’s like this excerpt from the book: “Misery colored by the greens and blues in my mother's voice took all of the grief out of the words and left me with a conviction that pain was not only endurable, it was sweet.”
Rose Z.
i don't really have a favorite book at the time but this one book titled Diari Cinta Muslimah has caught my attention, it is a book of reflecting and also kinda like a guidance book. It is a great and neat book to read.. definitely not a story book
Ingrid E.
My favourite book is watershipdown because it’s a beautiful story about rabbits who stick together and I think that’s beautiful. They go on a journey to a better place to live, and no matter how hard it gets, they just keep going.
Chiara Y.
My favourite is the lord of the rings. I did not like fiction books before that. I did not like Harry porter. But lotr has made me fall in love. Mainly because reading it makes you so attached to details happening in the story at the moment yet keeping up with the bigger things at work and aware of the bigger picture. The abstraction and the depth are there in the present. I just feel so contended reading it.
Katherine W.
I don't think I have one! I've read so many that I love that it's almost impossible to pick just one. The book I'm reading right now is called "the Storm Runner" by J C Cervantes. I also really like the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and the other mythology-inspired books by Rick Riordan. Of course there's also the Harry Potter books, but I'm not really a fan of the newer ones that aren't part of the main series. More of my favorites are ones written by authors in my home state of Utah. I like Brandon Mull, Shannon Hale, Tyler Whitesides, and Chris Heimerdinger. There's also John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice series. I could list so many more books and series, but I think this is enough for now.
Arhontoula N.
Well, I really love the Harry Potter books , but recently I bought a Greek one called “Κίτρινα Χρυσάνθεμα” which means “yellow chrysanthemums” and I really like it.
Rocco Q.
I think my favourite book is "Mindfulness, a practical guide to finding peace in a frantic world". Is a book written by a Oxford professor of psychology and it basically talks about how to practice mindfulness in your every day life to raise your happiness baseline and your awareness.
It's really insightful and especially helpful for all of those people who tend to fall into the spiral of their negative thinking.
Albert A.
Currently my favorite book is actually a book series. The walking dead series. I like being able to read about some of my favorite characters before I met them on the tv series. The book series also let's me look into what the beginning of the apocalypse looked like in the walking dead universe.
Chloe C.
I have many favourites but one of my main ones is the Percy Jackson book series because of its modern narrating and amazing plot.
Kristel E.
My absolute favorite right now is "The book of life" by Deborah Harkness. Im just a sucker for magic and love stories with superpowers.
Not sure it's possible to answer to an answer but.. what is your favorite book and why do you love it so much? 🙂
Sheza N.
I think stretching helps like loose up time the muscles in our body and it prevents any bone aches or stiffness it’s also quite relaxing
Alex E.
Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky. It is a fantastic sci-fi book written from the perspective of humans traveling searching for a new home going in and out of cryogenic sleep over centuries, while a on another planet spiders and ants and other animals are rapidly evolving and advancing. It takes great care to create a believable society for how these animals could evolve if they had the chance. The sequel Children of Ruin also is great in dealing with how alien animals can be.
Ella X.
My favorite books are a lot. Honestly it's hard for me to answer it but till now my favorite books are : percy jackson books , godfather , resident evil and soon another one will be agatha cristie's books.
Milo Q.
Not gonna lie m not a books fan ( not really i love reading i just don't do so) as well i read once a novel called سلام الله على عينيك it's one of my favourite i love too the art of not giving a f** and the old man and the sea so much hope so much passion and so much love
Indi Z.
My favourite book is Once by Morris Gleitzman. I like this book because it's a realistic fiction and it makes you want to keep reading.
Brad N.
I actually don't have favourite book. I love reading fantasy books, like 'Harry Potter' or 'Twilight' or something like that.
Margo Z.
The fault in our stars, because of all the emotions. Call me by your name, because of how I can relate to the longing for someone. The song of Achilles, because it's beautifully written. Alla suger och det är ingens fel (everyone sucks and it's no ones fault) because Li is the one character who feels real things, experience real things, and acted on an experience we share in a way I wish I could've.
L Rke A.
The Harry Potter books, they make my mind travel to a fantastic world and escape from my reality. I really love HP for so many reasons 😌
Eric C.
Narinia alle delen vond heel mooi. Verder het boeknwaar ik nu in bezig ben is ook heel mooi. Kapot van carry slee is een van mijn favo tienerboeken
Anita A.
The Wings Of Fire Series. It may be a children's book series but I am a firm believer that media for children has a much bigger responsibility in a person's life than adult media. This series taught me how to accept myself through its imperfect but loveable characters and enhaced my creativity through its fun and detailed worldbuilding. Give it a read!
Alfred C.
When im distracted i just focus on my breath so when im dreaming i just think its oke to be thinking about other things but now ur meditating so u gotta focu
Jade M.
My favorite book is "Asking for it" . It makes you think deeply and makes you smile angrily. The drama in this book is the call for change I needed.
James C.
The Alchemist because it has really some magic words in it so that when we read it you automatically we get some kinda positive energy and it's really a great book for self improvement without no doubt😇
Catherine N.
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. It had shaped my beliefs and has given me a deeper understanding of the spiritual teachings of Jesus as it starts from a purely spiritual, metaphysical perspective and understanding of individuals as truly spiritual rather than suffering, material, limited, helpless, dying. Reading it and gradually applying the lessons to my every day life and thought has brought physical and moral healing in my life and helps me reframe any challenge I come across – be it personal, interpersonal, or even global. I’m grateful for it and will likely study it and the Bible my entire life.
Ana Q.
At the moment is we were liars but I don’t get to read that often and haven’t finished it because of my lack of focus and motivation
Ross T.
My favorite books are “Hunger games: the ballad of songbirds and snakes” by Suzanne Collins and “When you reach me” by Rebecca Stead
Zaba N.
I like reeding a lot kinds of manga I really liked the Tokyo ghoul manga not the anime and the promised never land. I also like Komi can't communicate it’s cute.
Gypsy P.
I love pretty much anything by Alice Hoffman and Ruta Sepetys. However, my favorite of all-time is To Kill A Mockingbird because I love that it shows the perspective of grown up world through the eyes of a child.
Alberte P.
My favorite book(s) are the Wings of Fire series! I love that it is about dragons, told from a different dragon’s POV every book! So far there are 3 arcs, which mean 3 different story lines!
Julia M.
My favourite book is Harry Potter and the goblet of fire ! I love this because there’s so much going on in one book and it’s just one fascinating story. If you already haven’t , I definitely recommend it ! It will keep you going for absolutely ages and get you some time of screens!
Taylor F.
That's so hard to say… "It's kind of a funny story" is a great one,"life of pie", "juilet" there's so many I think it really depends on the genre you feel like reading in that moment!
Julia X.
There are so many. But which ones I’m coming back to? Fiction – sci-fi like Asimov, Harry Potter, Ishiguro books. Non fiction – creativity inc
Deydea G.
I don't really have a favorite one. Right now im reading a book for school. The name is "Epäilysten alla". Im thinking of reading alice in the wonderland next 🙂
Elis T.
From fantasy genre, I really love "Empire of Storms" from Throne of Glass series and I adored the whole Storm and Silence series. Can't decide which book is the best (historical romance).
Soren Q.
Finding sky, the first book of the finding love series. It is a fantasy romance book, I've read it so many times, because it's one book I love and never get bored of
Aanya C.
I don't really like books, I like more… short stories like webtoon or wattpad, though I enjoyed harry potter (the movie and the book). I'm currently reading "Evil Librarian", its been on hold for a while though, I hope to get back to it soon
Shamima L.
My favourite books are mainly many books. I love books. It gives us various types of information. My most favourite is 365 series – Facts about human body.It is full of information that's why I love that book.
Christian N.
Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson by Jeff Guinn. Learning about Manson's history leading up to the creation of the Manson Family and the Polanski murders and the psychology behind cult actions is morbidly interesting.
Greg O.
The Secret parce que c'est avec. C est avec ce livre que tout a commencé à changer. Je suis devenue une meilleure personne et surtout j'ai réussi àatteindre les but que je m'étais fixé
Neha X.
If you are looking for a story book I would suggest the witches, it’s an amazing book for teens and people below that age. Also if you some success books then I like “from what you are to what you want to be” this book is amazing too and reading it will be make you successful. I am more into cartoons and drawings so I am more interested in big Nate and wimpy kids books cause they interest me and fascinate me with drawings
Brad E.
At this point in time, I do not have a favorite book. Although, I do have a favorite book that I have read called Catcher in The Rye by J.D. Salinger
Esther Z.
Alice in Wonderland,, because sometimes you need to visit a “world of your own” and curiously follow a white rabbit down a hole just to know where he’s going kinda like life you don’t really know what’s gonna happen next so you kinda have to jump more so than fall down your rabbit hole but maybe not wait for a white rabbit because by then it might be too late…
Valdemar X.
Beloved by Toni Morrison. It's not a happy book, but it really transports you to a completely different place! Beautifully written.
Jacqui E.
At the moment I’m embarking on a lengthy set of books- game of thrones as I’m using reading as an alternative to using my phone at bed time and when relaxing. I do like historical / fantasy novels but also crime even oldies such as Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie. I guess I enjoy puzzles and the deists and turns of the plots. Nice question 🙂
Fenna T.
My favourite book, well the book I have read at least 10 times and will read at least 10 times more is I never promise you a rosegarden. A book about a girl who is in schizofrenic, to escape some traumatic experiences, and is hospitalized. It is very well witten from the Girls perspectieve and I found it mesmerizing how I could relte to tht girl, without having her issues, thankfully, and it really broadend my horizon on the human mind when I was a teenager.
Alice I.
I always train before breakfast because if I do after that I feel a very fastidious sickness, so I didn’t do it anymore, and I think is very satisfying eat after training because is like a prize for the hard work you’ve done.
Ava S.
I don’t have a favourite book but I just finished reading where the crawdads sing and I loved it and now I’m reading shadow and bone
Jordan O.
I actually don’t have a favorite book because I’m always on wattpad finding new things and I don’t think much in which are my favorites
Evie N.
At the moment I’m reading a lot of murder mystery books so I would have to say the ‘one of us is lying’ series however the hunger games (1st book) is amazing
Sara U.
It's an historical novel called Everything under the sky, by Matilde Asensi. It's about a widow who must pay all the debts of her husband, who lives in China and went bankrupt trying to protect a treasure from the last dynasty
Gary Q.
Well io just read dan brown book called deception point which was brilliant considering it was wrote before the whistle blower Edward snoweden it's basically about the computer the nsa had he exposed
Ana S.
I've read a few books in my life but untill here The Catcher in The Rye is from far my favourite. I have already pondered about it but I've never got to an aswer. It might be mainly because I identified with Holden(main character), he's barely a man yet, and he's lost and confuse, and wished he could stop kids from growing up since it's horrendous and a mess, I wish I could've stopped growing up so I wouldn't have to go through so much, but I'm glad I did.
Jacqui E.
At the moment I’m reading the second of the Game of Thrones series. I like fantasy fiction and also crime. I like historical ones especially. I just got back into reading and enjoying the break from the devices. Thanks fir the question. X
Glenda T.
The slight edge is what I am currently reading. It goes algo perfectly with what goal has been lately of creating routines and systems in my life that drive me toward being more productive. It’s been helping me stick with my routines as I have been learning that small steps in the right direction daily is all I have to get really good at. There’s no need to make success complicated.
Lily Z.
I'm someone who likes fantasy books and sometimes mystery. My favourite book is Lemony Snicket's 'Unfortunate Events' and Curse of The Night Witch from the Emblem Series.
Lucy N.
My favorite book was the first series I have ever read. Harry Potter, by J.K Rowling. But it should be the Holy Bible. It changed my life the moment the magic burst within the pages. It filled the colorless and filled the blank darkness inside my head. I could image the wisp of music that clangs in my ears when I see the words of text. My eyes were once blind and dirty, but it was washed by the the lighting of books. Oh, how it changed my life! And how it changed everything when I read the Bible. Oh, praise the Lord! For it was meant for me to read long passages, and it was for me to know the grace of the Lord when I finished Harry Potter. My road of books came to trial, and even though some books aren’t in shape for me to read, all I need is to trust the Lord, believe that no such magic exists, for I must know the reality of the world. But the Bible comes first, it’s just that Harry Potter came to help me – but yet I love them both. Yet I must choose one, and I choose Jesus.
Andre C.
I'm currently reading "Watership Down," after seeing the show on Netflix. The author, Richard Adams, makes a wonderful world full of lore and relationship dynamics that is simply lovely to get lost in for awhile!
Elsie X.
I have so many favorites! One I never tire of, though, is Lord of the Rings. The language is so beautiful, and the characters are so compelling, that I read the trilogy at least once a year.
Johan Q.
I have many favorite books, but one of my favorites is called “Welcome to Nowhere”. It’s a beautiful book that changed my perspective and helped me become more empathic about immigrants and how things are from their perspective and in their experience.
Faith Q.
My favorite book changes over time as I read more books meaning I don't actually have a favorite book. If I had to pick from the ones I've read recently, I'd pick Verity by Colleen Hoover.

But it's better for me to decide on a favorite book series or even a favorite author.

But even then I can't decide on just one book series so yeah: My favorite book series right now is The Twisted Series by Ana Huang, The Made Series by Danielle Lori and The Bound Series by Cora Reilly 🙂

Divya F.
Well there are quite a few but if u want a recommendation then currently I’m reading a book called THE SECRET by Rhonda Byrne and I would surely tell u to read it !! And don’t forget to tell others if u really like it , it’s not just a great book it’s life changing and it changed a lot for me
Antoine C.
Oboozavam Harry Pottera, ali sam opsjednuta i serijalom Žar i Sanjar Strange i Tvornica lutakaaa. Nju volim! Nema jedne omiljene. Nemoguce je da je samo jedna omiljena!
Timmothy O.
I don’t have ONE favorite book cause I feel like it’s unfair to compare books in different categories. But one of my favorite ones is “perks of being a wallflower”. I read it many many years ago, but thinking back at it it still wakes some emotions inside me, so it must have been a great book.
Fabienne G.
My favorite book is all the bright places. It shows a good picture of mental health issues. And how you can help another person with even tho you are self not ok.
Andreas W.
My favorite book is near impossible to decide. Many of the books I’ve read are different and charming in their own way. But I think my favorite kinds are fantasy fiction. It’s like living in a whole different world when you read those kinds of books. If I had to choose a book to re-read right now, I’d have to go with Everlost. I’d say that’s the most unique books I’ve read so far.
Fred S.
I don't have a specific favourite book but I love reading books on self development and books about money they are my favourite
Nio P.
I don't have a favorite book exactly, but I think it would be the Keeper of the Lost cities book series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, The selection series, and the Land of Stories series.
Justin E.
Me encanta el libro de los 4 acuerdos, del doctor Miguel Ruiz, es una guía estupenda para aplicar en la vida solo 4 acuerdos que te permiten vivir una vida mejor.
Patrizia O.
My favorite book is called fable. It’s about a girl who is stuck on an island full of thieves. And apparently her dad is the one who left her there right after her mom died. This whole book is about her adventure to find her dad with a boy that she knew but never talked too.
Tina I.
Try the lost symbol, it is a thick book but once u read beginning 20 pages , u will be filled with a lot of excitement. The moment u think u yeah now I know the story plot, it's time when the plot takes twist. You are definately gonna love it,moreover the book also teaches u a lesson, I will recommend this book to all even to those who just hates reading. It's my promise, you won't regret it.
Here Tza N.
My favorite book is Percy Jackson Greek Gods. I love anyhting that has to do with the origin or beliefs of where things originated or came from.
Michali S.
I am now reading “48 Laws of Power” from Robert Greene. It is a really good book that helps understanding the ways people have used human nature to acquire power and hold it, with forms of seduction, misleading, lies and fantasy. Do as the book says, and you can become a new person… if you want to.
Ada G.
My favorite book is Smile it reminded me that you should be proud of who you are and be confident in yourself and love yourself no matter what others say or think about you.
Anna P.
I have many "favorite books" but some of the best are probably The Hate U Give, A Court Of Thorns and Roses, or Throne Of Glass.
Emily G.
I've read a lot of books so this is kinda a hard question. The first book to come to mind is the first book in the Beyonder series. I've read it a few time, and I enjoy pretty much everything about it. It's a fantasy book that's easy to read.
Bruno T.
I don't have one favourite book, but I do have a favourite quote: "She should have died hereafter;
There would have been a time for such a word.
— To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time;
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death.
Out, out, brief candle!
Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury
Signifying nothing." from Shakespeare's macbeth.
It's the one that made me reflect the most. But if I were to pick a favourite book, "The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas" is the real thing hahaha! I'm a Brazilian so sorry for any typos and good luck on your journey <3
Rachel T.
Midnight Sun. It is Twilight rewritten from Edward's point of view. The Twilight series is my favorite book series and it was fun to relive the first book from a different perspective and with new lore.
Beatriz Z.
My favorite book is "Foi sem querer que te quis- Raul Minh'alma" because it talks about love, not between two people, but the self love that is so important nowadays.
Cupid E.
My favorite book is The Great Gilly Hopkins by Katherine Paterson. It’s a really great book! I definitely recommend. Although, it has light swearing, racism, and it uses the R slur. It also somewhat hates on religious people. But it’s really good.
Elis T.
It's a firm tie between Queen of Shadows and Empire of Storms which are both from Throne of glass series. That would be fantasy. In romance, I think the first place goes to the whole Storm of Silence series.
Grace Z.
The Crave series by Tracy Wolff, it is amazingggg!!! The female lead is so strong, inspiring, and independent. The male leads are intoxicating. The books overall just make you feel so many great emotions and is always such a rollercoaster. There is constant drama, new adventures, and sassy chatter between the main characters that you can't help but laugh in response too. It makes me feel happy.
Beki T.
Catch 22, ive read it about 50 times. I also love we were liars by e. Lochearnhead, the shadow of the wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, and woman on the edge of time by marge piercy. I hope you enjoy them
Tristan W.
I have many, if I have to pin point in order…Journal Kyaw Ma Ma Lay's " A Man Like Him" "Sherlock Holmes"
"Gone With The Wind"
"Pollyanna",and so on
Kayt J.
There are many I could refer to, however, the one book I have returned to since being introduced to it at the age of 12, is Jonathon Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.

Seeing the movie at that young age had a dramatic effect on me. The music, the storyline, it drew me in, it spoke to me in such a powerful way.

I then got the book and the cassette tape from the movie soundtrack. I can remember carrying this huge portable stereo around with me so I could listen to the music. It helped me think, feel, imagine, dream.

That short, little book with its profound message helped shape my entire life.

It’s something I gift to those I care about, that’s the impact it had on me.

Divin Ia E.
The Phantom of the Opera. It's a classic, and reading it makes me feel cultured and refined, even though I have only read it once. It is a short classic and something happens every chapter so it isn't a slog. But most of all I love the gothic romantic aesthetic and the strange love story and the setting of a big beautiful opera has filled with beautiful things and music and gold and brilliant costumes. The characters are all interesting as well and some are very clever.
Filippa W.
I have all-time favourites that are classics of literature: The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potters, Under the Northern Star. But I have other, contemporary, favourites that may come and go. Right now those favourites include books about social injustice, roots and finding one’s voice.
Chiara Z.
Project loki is one of the best and my favorite book because i love how the mysteries unfold, also the different solving mysterious situation.
James Z.
I don't have a favorite book or movie. I have multiple favourite books, and if you ask me I couldn't tell you. But one book I can read multiple times is probably Bj Alex. It's one of the books I read when I'm full of stress, like my comfort book.
Brittany G.
I used to be such an avid reader when I was younger. But now I haven’t picked up a book until about 3 days ago. I’m currently reading The Body Keeps The Score. It is very interesting and insightful. It’s about healing trauma in the body. Emotional trauma.
Gustav W.
I love Shakespeare's tragedies. My favorite is "King Lear". Years ago my favorite one was Goethe's "The sorrow of young Werther".
Garibaldo Z.
I do not have such. Not because I don't read books. I read a lot and every book is interenting for me. I spent time choosing what to read next. Spectrum of themes what I read is very broad from poetry to science. I wouldn't able to pick the only one from of all. But if we concider classical literature then I choose Antoine de Saint-Exupéry "Le Petit Prince".
Elina Q.
Since today I can’t say the concrete book, but now my favourite book is 5 love languages. It’s a psychological book about relationships in family.
Nelmo Z.
One of my favourite books is called "Think and Grow Rich". The reason for that is because it helps me feel more motivated and confident in my life both financially and mentally.
Kelly K.
My favorite book of all time is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. This is the only book where the golden trio just saves people, and no one tries to take Harry's life for once. This is the reason why it is my favorite book and I could read it over and over and not get sick of!
Mathilde B.
This is a hard question I don't have a favorite but the one I like right now is Aristotle and Dante Discover the secrets of the universe.
Janet E.
Flowers From 1970 by astr0nomika, it gave me a mental breakdown for two months straight. The wordings, the detail, and the plot itself is truly remarkable, unique, and moving. The ending might be sad, but you will not regret reading the masterpiece one single bit.
Rudin Lia F.
I don't have only one book in my favourites there are a lot of books in my favourites list currently I am reading pride and prejudice
Rosalyn F.
Right now I've been non-stop with with After series. But I've also been enjoying Outlander it just takes longer to read!
Larissa T.
I never read too much books, but now I'm reading Arsene Lupin, and I'm actually loving, first I watched the Netflix Series Lupin, and then my friend borrowed me his book, and I'm in love.
Chaya U.
Ich hab net wirklich nh Lieblingsbuch, aber ich mag gerne spannende mit nem Hintergrund, wo es um Selbstliebe und den Lebenssinn geht, weil ich sowas immer sehr belehrend finde. Ich frage mich manchmal nämlich selbst was so wirklich mein Lebenssinn ist oder zweifle an mir selbst.
Tommy Z.
“The passion” by Jeanette Winterson is by far my favorite book. This book is a historical fiction novel about love passion heat with a little bit of history in there as well. This is my favorite book because it truly summarizes what I believe to be the struggles beauty and pain that is love. This book uses magical realism to depict that love transcends all concepts and notions of space and time
Lucas W.
The best way would be savasna meditation. It's lying down pose, legs hips wide apart, feet drop to the side, arms on the side away from your body with palms facing upwards. Try to press your lower back to the ground. Other solution is buying a meditation cushion like mine. It keeps your spine straight. It is wonderful. It doesn't have the usual filling. Sorry, I forgot what filling it is as I have it since ages and still works. Try either see which one works for you.
Savannah F.
I don’t have one favorite I have many. I am an avid reader and like mostly non-fiction and educational books that discuss theories, varied ideological beliefs and unique lived experiences of diverse groups.
D V.
I’ve just recently been trying to get myself into the art reading! So, I’m not sure that I have a favorite book as of the moment. However, I’m currently reading “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous,” and it truly is captivating. It reads almost like a poem, and details the complex relationship between a son and his mother— whom he is writing the book to. It’s quite the heart-tugger as well, you should check it out if you haven’t already. ☀︎
Eva O.
I don't know what my favvvvourite book is but I am enjoying the pretty little liars book series a lot. And if you life that then you can even watch the TV series after which I'm definetly planning on doing. Try it! It's pretty interesting and I like how it's written!❤🤫🤨
Amanda U.
Aku sangat menyukai buku-buku mengenai self development, self improvement, motivasi dan inspirasi, buku islami, dan juga novel-novel yang romantis
Fanny Y.
I could read pretty much anything when I am in the mood. I love books by Rick Riordan or Douglas Adams. Right now I am reading (and enjoying!) Lolita by Nabokov.
Charlotte E.
I love all books! I just can’t decide honestly. But if I had to choose probably keeper of the lost cities, the once series or not if I save you first. I am always open to trying new things, especially a good book!
Bailey O.
I don’t have one favorite, but I’m currently reading History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera which is really good so far!
Albert E.
That's a hard question… my favourite series could be the Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni, or the Black Witch Series by Laurie Forest or maybe the GriahaVerse Series by Leigh Bardugo and my favourite book is possibly To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo or even Catwoman by Sarah.J.Maas (that one was a resounding book for my soul). I hope that helps you! Good luck
Ayesha Q.
I've read many books, most of them were fiction. There are only a few non-fiction books that I have read and i don't have a specific favorite book.
And I really want to read Ikigai.
Jacob J.
My most favorite book, out of all the books that I've read was "the Institute" by stephen king. This book is recommended by me to everyone who like a story telling book and adventure with sci-fi in it. Straight from the first page I've been hooked up to it. Read like 100 pages of it in the first day and then the next day 60 pages.
Really recommend it.
Rene W.
My favorite book is the Baby-sitter Club. I like graphic novels, but sometimes I like to just read and visualize and picture it in my mind. What about you? Do you like graphic novels or just a book with words?
Valencia R.
i like romance and mystery genre books like novels but i also like books about self development science i am very enthusiastic every time i read the book it makes me feel like i can see the world from different points of view
Storm C.
We’re all in this together by Beth Kempton. Beth is an expert in Japanese culture and has written widely on the subject. She wrote this during the first lockdown in 2020. It offers a different perspective from her years of living amongst the Japanese and her open mindedness to their ideas and beliefs and totally different ways of living. It’s realistic but offers a sense of hope IF we change the way we live. It really inspired me. I wouldn’t say it’s my all time favourite book but it’s been really inspiring in my life

I love the chalet school school books by Elinor m Brent dyer which were a boarding school series de in the Austrian Tyrol stating in the 30’s, covering the war period and continuing into the late 50’s. They are out of print now but you can get them used and I am re reading all 70 something of them!

Amelia N.
Well I have always been quite a bookworm so here’s a few x
• Still standing
• One last stop
• What’s a girl gotta do
• Melt my heart
Rosilei Q.
Hello dear friend, my favorite book is so far 'A thousand splendid suns' by Khalid Hossaini. Its my favorite cause it hits home. I'm from Afghanistan and a female so the story aligned so well with the things I've experienced (minus the marriage). What about yours?
Brieanne Q.
I don’t exactly have a favourite book but I definitely have a top 3 which would be the Harry Potter series, Nancy Drew novels and House of Leaves.
Nigel N.
I've been reading Jordan B Peterson lately. His two books are 12 Rules for Life and Maps of Meaning. I personally prefer Maps of Meaning, but 12 Rules does a great job at capturing the core messages of that book in an easy to understand format.

So.. favorite book?
12 Rules for Life.

Carmelo C.
I love any Nicholas Sparks book but my favourite would have to be safe haven. The story is amazing the writing is so beautiful and helps readers in vision what he wants the message of love and family is so present
Helen P.
It helps remove food particles stuck between teeth that brushing can miss! It also helps prevent tartar build up where your teeth touch, so you don’t get that yellowing on the sides of your teeth. It also stimulates your gums which keeps them healthy.
Magnus Z.
My favourite book is No Great Mischief by Alistair MacLeod. It’s an immigration story that spans over a few generations of a Scottish family and their lives in Canada. It’s a slower read, but I tend to like books that others describe as “dry”. It’s a little upsetting because people make me feel like I have bad taste in books, but that’s not at all true. I like books that feel real, that have characters that I feel like I know as if they were my neighbors . I like reading books that are meaningful without shouting it’s theme or lesson from the rooftop. I like stories that feel like a whisper and a close friend.
Peggy W.
Twilight saga is one of my favourites. It's about a vampire who fell in love with a human. Kind of romantic. I also like the fault in our stars, my friend sent me that book and i really like it. It has a lot of useful quotes and also a fun story
Gianna N.
My favorite book is part of trilogy, which breaks off into three more books. There are three movies based off of the series too, and they are very good movies at that. My favorite book/series is The Maze Runner.
Caity R.
Harry Potter and the philosophers stone. It is a magical book. I like this one in particular out of the series because the words and use of description is so elevating and you can make such a clear picture of what everyone looks like and what's going on.
Roxanne E.
I like personal improvement and healthy living books. So for this month I am reading Confident Women and The Blues Zone. Both are interesting and will help my person growth and keep me going in my health journey.
G. Bori👺 T.
my favourite book is crime and punishment by dostoevsky but i like virginia woolf and dazai osamu as well. my favorite poets are emily dickinson,verlaine, and ady(he is a hungarian poet)
Edmundo Z.
I would love to say <Jena Eyre>, it’s a fantastic book that taught me how to love someone and how to become a brave person.
Susan P.
Any book that will help you either getaway, help your health, emotional and of course spiritually ie. example; the Bible.
Jazy Z.
I don’t really have a favorite book but my favorite series is, Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Its five books and I have read all of them at least three times. If you enjoy daring adventures and love a good laugh these are definitely the books for you.
Cesaltino Y.
It is quite hard question, i would not say i read a lot, but i'm trying to do so this days. Maybe, series of books "Warrior cats" ate the best ones for me.
Letitia C.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho and the little prince by antoine st. Euxpery. Both easy books to read, but with great life lessons
Margie S.
To be honest I love any book by David Walliams, my favourites have to be ratburger or fing. I am really a child when it comes to reading but it's really something I enjoy. I am definitely going to start reading older books but like you might feel I can't pick ones.
Shrimoyee Z.
Little women! Because of My slightly Doppleganger character Jo March, and literary experiments of it. The Diary of A Young Girl, same because Me Anne Frank is quite a bit same here. Byomkesh, Feluda, Daroga Priyonath, Sherlock Holmes series, The Count of The Monte Cristo, Captain Thomson er Jahaj
Wesley T.
I’m reading Atomic Habits by James Cleary at the moment. Coinciding with this app, I am encouraged to do better little by little everyday.
Ebony T.
I just finished reading the bird in a bamboo cage which is set in china during the war. The children of chefoo school were captured and moved to different schools several times and in my opinion it is the best book i have read.
Elijah G.
Annihilation is one of my favorite books because of all the detail used to describe the environments, as well as the touch of Lovecraftian horror in the story itself.
Maja W.
My favourite book is #murdertrending. It is a great mystery and is great commentary on social media and criminals who get the new "improved" death sentence (which is also a source of entertainment and recorded live) . I could easily seeing it happen in a near future which is terrifying. I recommend it but it's not for the faint of heart.
Jerome W.
My favorite books to read are whimsy kid dairy I love reading these books they are sooooo fun and also I love love love to read Geronimo Stilton books they are my favorite adventures and fantasy books to read
Almira N.
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens by Richard Carlson was my best companion during adolescent years. It helped me both surviving & thriving.
Achmi X.
The Little Prince, it changed my way of seeing the world. I don't know how to explain, but I felt like every second and person in my life in important, so I have to "fight" my difficulties for them every day.
Cris Q.
Any book that is written by Jennifer A. Nielson is AMAZING! She/He writes the book so well and it's so adventurous, nerve racking, romance, mystery and full of secrets to uncover! To be honest, my favourite would be Mark of the Thief trilogy! It is full of forbidden romance, magic, mystery, power and lots of fighting but I really, really recommend it! 😀
Hafsa X.
the kidness method is my fav self help book, as for in general i really can't choose but the maze runner is great!

hope you have a good day💕💕

Lenny Z.
My favourite book is Harry Potter and Murder Most Unladylike. This is because I love mystery and I am a complete Potterhead! (Harry potter nerd). Mystery books like Agatha Christie are also really good to read when you are scared, sad or hurt because you know that the murderer will always (well most of the time anyway) be found! 📚
Esraa N.
I love Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers, but my absolute favorite book series is the James Herriot collection. It’s marvelous!!!
Yuna F.
I have many favorite books so it is hard to choose but my favorite series is The Mysterious Benedict Society and The Secret Series
Melissa W.
I love the book the phoenix and the albatross. Actually it's a reflection of a series named erukenci kus an amazing to watch. Those always make me cry even if I see them the zillionth time. The protagonist of the book reflects the same as my character so it a well connected book to me.
Miriam F.
Wow, THAT is a Big question! Well, it's not a favourite to read because of the heavy language, but "A Course In Miracles" changed my life. The workbook part in it. And Esther & Jerry Hicks book "Ask and it is given" is also a book I return to.
Have a wonderful day, beautiful Soul💖
Clara D.
i love the book we were liars and they both die at the end, i cant choosd between them both but they are so interesting and has such a good plot
Achmi X.
My favourite book is The map across time because I loved the plot about a brother and sister who are fighting together to get the father to accept the brother's disability and also trying to save their kingdom from a darkness.
Liam J.
My favorite book is The Martian by Andy Weir because it inspires me so much to be optimistic regardless the problems around me.
Layla T.
My favorite book is Racing in the Rain. It’s a book about a dog named Enzo with his owner, Denny, his wife, Eve, and their daughter, Zoë. The family has many challenges to conquer, but they always Stan strong!
Miraya N.
I loved reading a book called Salt to the Sea. It’s about World War Two, and how four teenagers escaped on a ship. It also gives a backstory for every one of them, and it’s very interesting to read about different perspectives of the same events.
Lizeth Y.
My favorite book is Crime and Punishment, its amazing if you like phycological drama, its long and kind of tough to read at some parts but it matters at all.
Lisa N.
Picture of Dorian Gray is beautiful because the characters and story are such a lesson about vanity, high society and retribution. My favourite line is, “behind everything that is exquisite, there is something tragic”. I loved “The Other’s Gold” about the power and challenges of ‘sisterhood.’ John Grisham’s “Skipping Christmas” was such a beautiful, funny story to read at Christmas, I’m glad I read it before watching the awful movie! Great Gatsby took me a while to appreciate it but I see it for the tragic social commentary that it is now. “Tiger” was an incredibly powerful and really captured the need for survival.
Terrence T.
My favourite book is the blue castle by LM Montgomery. I like how the main character throws off people controlling her life and she does things that give her purpose and that leads to being with the love of her life.
Esraa N.
-Crossing the line by meghan rogers as it is full of romance, action and drama, spy type like betrayals
-Vivien's heavenly ice cream shop by Abby Clements as it makes me hungry, shows the true trust between siblings and romance
Alivia P.
I am not to sure I can pick a favorite. The book I am reading now is I am legend by Ruchard Matheson, but the book I would most recommend to people would be Turtles all the way Down by John Green or Beastiary by K-Ming Chang.
Rose Z.
I read many books but the books I've read upto now from I don't a particular favourite book but I have an author whose books I love although he has written only three books but still they are fantastic, Author is Khaled Hosseini, and Afghan-American author….His stories break ur heart but leave u smiling
Id Rio P.
12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson.
He’s a psychologist and Harvard professor.
In his book he explains psychological reasons why people struggle in life and how to overcome them.
A must read if you want to improve your own life struggles and learn more about human nature
Maya G.
I don't know actually. I like every single book I read. They all have something that makes me love them. I just enjoy them the same.
Aa N.
One of my favourite book will be the 5am club. Thats the first book that helps me to understand the importance of me-time and also how to have it during busy and packed schedule. It’s also teach me how to gain success during the one hour victory time.
Yukino S.
Reading is one of my favorite things to do but I don’t have a favorite book. I’m still looking for a story that makes me say. “Wow. I loved that”.
Abbie N.
I’m a specialist in Literature so I don’t have just one favourite book! But an all-time top contender for me is Paradise Lost by John Milton
Salwa N.
I love Arabic short novels like a distant planet for my sister the queen, and as for Shakespeare's English short stories, I love them
Mariam N.
I have never been a bookworm or book friendly person per se, yet, I know I wanted to change that. Ready is fundamentally, it’a a portal for knowledge. So I brought a book in efforts to feed my brain and fill it with what I hope to be knowledge more than my own personal intrusive thoughts. The reading challenge on this app is really helping me be consistent and stay true to myself. Therefore, I don’t have a favorite book but I am currently ready “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey.
Nomfundo A.
My favorite book is books by author, Roald Dahl and Diary of a Wimpy kid. I especially love reading The Witches by Roald Dahl.
Johan G.
My favourite book is "Two toreadons from Vasyckivca village" by Vsevolod Nestaiko. It is child literature.Funny and special for me.
Clara S.
I don’t really like one book in particular but I really enjoyed reading through the Harry Potter series because I think that the books transported me to the Harry Pottter world. HP was my childhood, as I read the books and watched the movies as I was growing up. I liked go win depth the storyline was with the three brothers, ghosts and the underlining villain of Voldemort.
Isabella Q.
Finding a book I like is hard but my favourite is for my age which is tween/teen age is The Keeper of the lost cities if you like fantasy. I hope this helps
Emma C.
I don't have any favorites but if I try to think of one I think of 'We Were Liars' by E. Lockhart. It's a book that creates a gaping hole in you but cements it all the same, and I guess that was my weird, flowery way of saying I really liked it? I don't think I'd necessarily recommend this book to a real adult, it's for the young of mind, young of life and experience, y'know? It's one of those YA books that'll only be appreciated by teenagers. The book itself holds love, loss and details the thoughts of the fragmented Cadence who loses her amnesia due to concussion induced amnesia. I guess amnesia can be a little bit of cliché in the story writing world but—this book uses this technique properly I promise! I'm reluctant to say anything but praise for the book for the fear of spoiling it so if you want to know more, read it and let me know how you like it!
Guillaume S.
My favorite book is the selection series. It was so easy to get into and gave me an escape. I would read it over and over again.
Rachel Z.
The cellar, I’ve read it multiple times and I love the author so much I buy her books without even reading about them because I’m never disappointed!
Gustav P.
The Perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, it gave me so much knowledge about friendship, picking up a talent and coping with mental problems by yourself.
Myssi S.
The Bible is my first thought. My second thought is On Reading Well by Karen Swallow Prior. My long time favorite is Come Tell Me How You Lived by Agatha Christie.
Brooke Q.
Well, thinking about that, I really haven't a favourite book. But I have a favourite knowledge area which I prefer to read: Physics. All about mechanic, electronic, electric, technology, systems… I'm interested in that. For other side, I like read about management, logistics, production, business.
Y N F.
Asking a reader what is hers favourite book is like asking a mother to choose her favourite child. But now I am enjoying book The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani .
Denisa T.
I don't know which one to chose, but I really loved Jane Eyre. I love a lots of books like 1984, Blindness, Six of crows, Throne of glass, A court of thorns and roses, Shadow hunters, Vampire academy, Inferno etc
Carolyn C.
My favorite book at the moment is Untamed and Da vinci Code. The former talks about love where two lovers fall in love just weeks away when the girl needs to go back to her country home to take over her father’s business and they manage it at the end. The latter talks about an attendee in the museum who is killed and the granddaughter and a stranger who is a lecturer find clues as to why the grandpa is killed in order to find the keystone which had remained a secret for the longest time ever. Yah so thats it😊
P Nar Q.
My sweet orange tree is one of my favorite books. It describes a childhood of a child with all the feelimgs and actions. It is veri captivating i think.
Aditya F.
There is no single book but there are many in my list like,
The power of habit,
Atomic habits,
The Alchemist,
The 5 am club,
The power of subconscious mind,
Think like a monk,
There is no limit for this ❤️
Inci F.
I can not decide but first one comes to my mind is "oya baydar-kedi mektupları"
It is a book written from the perspective of several cats
תומר יודשקין N.
My favorite book is "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" it has an interesting plot about gods and demi-gods children, they live in a secret camp for demi Godchildren of the gods of Greek.
Anya N.
It changes all the time, but I'm deeply appreciating Mary Oliver's book Devotions right now. It is full of her best poetry and has made me honestly reflect on big questions about the universe, nature, and our purpose. I feel like Mary had found some of the answers.
Rylee Murnan N.
I Am reading the severe thunderstorm which talks about how to use the law of attraction to manifest and have as a desire
Anna P.
Well…it kinda depends on what genre you prefer but generally my favorite books are Crescent city, the red queen series, shatter me series, delirium series , the kiss of deception series, everless duology , Ash princess series, to kill a kingdom, the night Circus, the book thief, serpent and dove series, Heartless, kingdom of the Wicked duology, the shadows between us, and finally spin the dawn duology.

Sorry I got carried away 😅but there was so much to pick from I couldn't just pick one book!

Brad E.
A good girls guide to murder is one of my favorites because it's about a girl solving a old murder in her town and finds out things about the people around her she didn't want to know.
Linnea N.
I don't really have one specific favourite book, but i love the Harry Potter and Hunger Games series. I also remember reading "Mist" and "Frost" by Kathryn James some years ago and thinking they were really good.
Roger S.
Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire. I recommend the whole series, of course. If you're looking for new books to read though, try Gregory Maguire's Wicked, the House of Night series, and, if you like younger fiction, Avalon: Web of Magic.
Tammy J.
The Horse Whisperer. My grandmother bought it and mailed it to me which was a huge effort for her. She'd heard about it and had a feeling I'd love it. I read it in less than 24 hours!
Grit F.
I don't really like reading. But if I have to pick one for reading I would choose the one that gives whole different point of view of something.
B Ur Ri To N.
My favorite book is probably a book called “the boy, the mole, the fox, and the horse.” It is a book with a lot of pictures about friendship. I like it because it is more symbolic than most books so it’s easier for me to sit down and read it.
Demilde Z.
Well, are many of them. I love to read action and adventure books. The protagonist has an ultimate goal to achieve and is always put in risky, often dangerous situations. For example Harry Potter. Also i like to read the classic books because they have continued to be impactful for generations, serving as the foundation for many popular works we read today. And other books i like to read are comic books, memoir books and sometimes romance books.
Mia Q.
I actually have a few, and some of them are book series. One of my favorites that I read over and over is the unwind series. To summarize the plot, it's about war between two opposing sides based on abortion, and in order to meet both of their needs, they created the unwinding system, where a child between the ages of 13-18 could be "unwinded" or have their body parts be used for those in need, it's definitely a good read. Also another series I like reading is Alice in Zombieland. The title says it all lol. Alice is able to see zombies(but no one else can because the zombies are in the spirit realm) basically a war between good versus evil, with the typical evil corporation doing evil things with the zombies, and the good people being the zombie slayers. Definitely recommend it 🙂
Charles S.
My favorite book is women in the castle by Jessica shattuck it’s a very nice book and can be read anywhere it unravels mysteries and drama in the lives of 4 women during the ww2
Payal O.
The current book that I am reading now that is Chanakya's Neeti. It's a brilliant book about a blunt, intelligent, resonable person named Chanakya. This book has mentioned his brilliance role played in his life.
Arlette N.
I like a lot of books, and have read lots too, But one of my favorite ones so far would be “The hunger games” it’s a really good series of books that I really recommend. Also an other book that I really liked was “The maze runner” it’s a really great series of books.
Khushi Y.
I’m still young but I really like shadow weaver, Percy Jackson and Willa of the wood these are all chapter books and fantasy I like to escape to a world wear it’s Interesting and magical
Frida Q.
I didn't have a fav book but I do love to read. Not long ago I read Twilight and it was awesome, also I love the book Looking for Alaska, it's great one
Isabella F.
My favorite book is probably “We Were Liars” by E. Lockhart, because although it is sad, it has beautiful words and a good twist/ending.
Khushi Y.
I don't necessarily have a favorite book but I do have a favorite author, John Boyne. He writes about very realistic stuff but also about ghosts.
Badr N.
My favourite book? I don't know. I love books that help me to improve my behaviour, my healthy, my well-being, communication, thoughts and understanding of the world and the spirituality
Kristel E.
My absolute favorite right now is "The book of life" by Deborah Harkness. Its third in its series. I'm just a sucker for a magical love story with superpowers 😁
Not sure it's possible to answer here but.. what is yours and why? 😊
Nolan S.
I have no specific “favorite” book! If a book looks interesting, I’d just pick it up and start reading, even if I’ve already read it! My favorite ones so far as probably Harry Potter and Hercule Poirot.
Alicia Y.
I dont really have a favourite book. It depends, if its non fiction, I like murderous contagion, fiction there is too many good books to choose from.
Sasha Y.
i don’t really have a favourite but i like joe sugg’s books username : evie and i’m currently reading the adventure time encyclopaedia
Jeffery J.
The Neverending Story. Bastian's journey resonates deeply with me. It's also waaaay more in depth than the movie. I highly recommend it.
Achmi X.
my favourite book is The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. I'm Pagan and I connect with anything Nature. this book is fool of love for Nature and it's spirits, the ancient Gods, spirituality, past lives and loves. It makes me feel ancient and magnificent
Valeria P.
I don't have a favorite book. I really like fantasy and dystopia. But, my favorite book serie is Percy jackson (percy jackson and the Olympians, the Kane Chronicles, Heroes of Olympus, Magnus Chase, Trials of Apollo)
Marti N.
There are sooo many that I love! The ones I like the most is probably „Harry Potter” series written by J.K Rowling and “Shatter Me” by Tahereh Mafi
Randy U.
From my perspective ,
My Favourite books are those in which fiction ,
Spirituality , and some suspense and a little bit action😊
Anett Y.
I barely read a book because i prefer to watch a movie and i think some books are confusing
But my favorite book is which have a horror stories and romance
Maya O.
It may seem silly but my favourit book is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls. It puts a fun and gory spin on the classic book which is also
Eli Q.
Well, my favourite book is "The Hunger Games". I read all books from series. It was very exciting and fulfilling, like I was one of main characters and survived in this dreadful game. And one of my favourite classic book that I read (which is only one from classic) is Jane Eyre.
Signe Z.
I llik motivation and made self book .. the last bbooki read was component effect and it really helped me to improve my habits and beliefs .
Arron J.
A book that reads effortlessly and transports me into a completely new setting, time and engaging atmosphere

Some of my favourite reads include, but are not limited to:

The Harry Potter series
Memoirs of a Geshia
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
Rumi's daughter
The Bee keeper of Aleppo
Transcendence…to name a few.

Anne Marie F.
I have a lot of books i enjoy reading such as the older books written by stephen king such as carrie and insomnia however i also enjoy james patterson's novels that are based on the character alex cross.
Emilia N.
I really like the series Eragon. If you want a good fantasy about dragons and heroes, this is a must read. In my opinion, it keeps things concise and when there’s a slow bit, it doesn’t really tend to be boring.
Jer Nimo P.
My favorite book is a Greek one, its about a detective and a mystery about a haunted castle witch turns out- I ain't spoiling whats going to happen ;). It has series of books and I recommend it but since you might not be from Greece I recommend reading detective books with mystery because they actually make you think more and its pretty cool to have that special curiosity!
Helshy Z.
I like this book called The Tale of Despereaux. Its about a mouse that fell in love with a princess and a half deaf girl that tries to become a princess. But currently my favorite book is a poem book called “songs for every mood”. I like it because I like short poems and music a lot and its a combination of both
Bronwyn C.
I have too many favourite books to count. It depends on the genre. My favourite fantasy kids books are the Harry Potter books, I also loved the Hunger Games. At the moment I am into Historical Fiction. I enjoyed the Villa in Italy. But I am currently reading Citadel by Kate Mosse which I am enjoying.
Jessie R.
I like calling sehamat

It is a story of a young woman spy from India in 1970's

She stayed in Pak for more than 2years and collected information about Pak army!
This book sys about her sacrifice, struggle and what she lost for her country!
I love that book

Nabor C.
My favorite books are the Harry Potter ones espacialy the 5th one, they are just so magical and captivant that sometimes I just forgot that they aren't real (sorry if some of the words are not spelled corectly, i donat realy speak english)
Lakyn O.
My favorite book is on a app I use, the book is called hurt by you it’s about a girl who moves in with her aunt after living with her grandmother because her mom, dad and brother died in a car accident. She falls in love with a guy who she later finds out was also involved in the accident, it had a very sad ending but a really good meaning.
Elisete C.
The midnight club, by Christopher pike. Even though the book is very long, (especially chapter 2) it's a great trip to go threw reading
Charlie O.
Eventhough I have not yet read all of it I am in love with Harry Potter and the Philosophers stone as it drives comfort into my heart of an imprint of a story known too dear to my heart.
Josefine N.
I think my favorite book is Harry Potter and the goblet of fire, it's really long and interesting, also if you've seen the movie you can imagine the chapter you're reading and it's better
Stephanie N.
Such a hard question to answer I have read a lot of books and I love reading. Anything John Green is amazing I loved the book Me, Earl and the Dying Girl really good. I just finished this book called Your Best Year Ever really good. I am now reading Start With Why and I am liking it so far.
Anayeli B.
I don’t have a favorite book, but I really enjoy books that help me find myself and teach me how to appreciate myself more(Personal growth).
Malou A.
I have a lot of good books I love reading, but when I read “The Book Thief” it shook me in a different way. The imagery and the emotion behind it is phenomenal, and the ending always breaks my heart.
Ivan Q.
My favourite book would be “It Ends With Us” by Colleen Hoover. It’s a contemporary romance novel and will make you laugh and cry. It has a sequel coming out soon or is already out ( I’m not sure) called “It Starts With Us”.
Walter T.
I actually don't have a particular favourite book. If I finish reading the book the that would be my favourite book regardless of what the story is. If I leave the book reading half way through then I guess it is not my favourite book. Though I loved Noughts and Crosses. The book is in 4 or 5 parts and I was reading second one but the lockdown hit and then my life became lazier than it was so I left it halfway though I would love to start reading it again. The book I am currently reading is called An Anonymous Girl. I am on chapter 13/14 I dont read the book daily besides I use playbook or kindle to read it. I don't want my phone usage to increase so I try to spend less time on it thus not being able to read for so long.
Ilma E.
Właściwie to tak sobie właśnie zdałam sprawę że chyba nie mam ulubionej książki. Chyba jakieś Igrzyska śmierci albo Charlie też było fajne
Sophia Y.
One of my favorite books is Before I Fall, by Lauren Oliver. It really encapsulates high school life without being too over the top. It tells a great story that hooks you in from the beginning and is a similar concept to the movie 'Groundhog Day'
Maddie Q.
My favorite book is a series and it's called Harry Potter many people know about it but it's very mysterious and heartful very powerful book and movies if you watch them
Amanda Z.
I have no “favorite” book! I like all books, if I see one, I just pick it up and start reading, even if I’ve read it before! Out of the books I have read so far,
Ann Kathrin C.
I don’t have only one favorite book. I realy like „Sherlock Holmes” by sir Artur Conan Doyle, all books by Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman’s books are cool too. Now i reading „The Witcher” and I love It 🥰😂. I recomended all of them. Have a good time reading them all 😘!
Aldrich U.
A lot, but it's always 'Circe' by Madeline Miller. I only read it once a year on Christmas, it's been an annual event since 2019 🙂
Lena W.
My favorite book of all time is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The entire series builds up to this climactic ending and it’s so emotional with all of your favorite characters who you love so much. Lots of the characters are killed off in the last book but you can really see how JKR masterfully thought out this ending and the character development is amazing for each and every one of the characters throughout the series.
Jack P.
The Lost Hero or Blood Of Olynpus, can't choose. These books are the first and last books of the Heroes of Olympus book series.
Govind N.
The Alchemist is my favourite book as it explains where the real treasure of our lives reside. The story telling of the author is on the other level, a real gem.
Emma U.
You're a badass: How to stop doubting yourself and start living an awesome life by Jen Sincere. It is an amazing self help book with so many different areas addressed. It is also written very comically which never hurts anything in my opinion 🙂
Christina O.
That's a tough one to choose as I have loved to read since I was young and have many favourites. As a child under 8 my favourites were The Secret Garden and the Little Princess. Still have much love for them and the memories of reading from early. In my teens I discovered C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia. Great books not only for kids as some think but for adults too because the stories are full of symbolism. Right now I'm trying to get back into reading often with whodunit mysteries which I really enjoy such as Agatha Christie's Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot. I also started The Hobbit since I enjoyed the movie. I love how reading allows you to take journeys into another experience through inagination without leaving where you are so new favourite books arise when I finish another great journey.
Julio Y.
Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Beautiful book to read and made me cry at one bit. Not many books have accomplished that with me.
Marian J.
My favorite book would have to be I’m not your prefect Mexican daughter I love this book because I can relate to it a lot
Melissa Z.
Eat pray love by Elizabeth Gilbert. It's based on her life and I find it to be inspirational. You'll laugh, and cry at all the parts about her that you can relate to. There's a movie version which isn't too bad but the novel is better in my opinion.
Jj F.
My favorite book is Little Lord Fauntleroy I have read it over and over. The little boy is so sweet and the story is just so heart warming
Achmi X.
My favourite book is The Challenges of Da'wah by 25 Rasul. To my muslims brothers and sisters, i reccommend u to buy this book. It talks abt all the prophets but for Prophet Muhammad SAW, u need a separate book abt his history bcz his story is really long and they didnt put the full story of his bcz they decided to make separate book just abt him. To non-muslims, feel free to buy the book too! It will be amazing if u know abt the prophets in Islam. Alright thats all, thanks for reading.
Jac N.
My most recent favorite book is the Locke and Key graphic novel series. It’s dark and twisted but it also takes you to such unique places. Makes you ask yourself who you’d be if you had what they had.
Achmi X.
The Alchemist! I love how the boy travels not only from place to place but, in bettering himself. How he always learn from the situation, people, place, work, nature. Some of the quotes are even inspirational. The one I adore is – "when you want something all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it". It is best for looking at yourself in a simple deep way, the way you look at things, you understand them. More importantly, it also teaches that the journey is more valuable than the destination. I just love it!
Linh N.
Nghèo thật ra không đáng sợ. Cái đáng sợ chính là sự lười biếng, thiển cận và một cuộc sống tạm bợ đằng sau chữ nghèo, khiến con người ta không nhìn thấy tia hi vọng nào dù chỉ là le lói.
Ivan T.
Wow! That's hard for me to answer since I am a bookworm; I looove reading. There are many books that I enjoy like the fantasy section of Geronimo Stilton, Anne of Green Gables and so much more!!
Augustin E.
My favorite book is the Bible. It is the most beautiful love story I've ever read. I love how Jesus loves me despite my brokenness. He healed me of my trauma from childhood and has blessed me with children and a wonderful husband.
Tali J.
A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson. Escaping into the MC’s struggles and worries gives me the relief of forgetting about mine. Since all the issues in the book are so pressing and intriguing, mine seem more manageable and small afterwords. If a high school senior can solve a murder, I can surely do my work 🙂
Bryan T.
Harry Potter is my favourite saga, for sure. Maybe the 4th or 5th book (the one that I'm reading right now). Those are long and with a lot of chapters, but with really interesting stories.
Tracy B.
I love books about leadership that allow for personal and professional growth. I also read suspense novels for pleasure.
Elis T.
It's a firm tie between Queen of Shadows and Empire of Storms which are both from Throne of Glass series and in fantasy genre. In romance, the first place goes to the whole Storm and Silence series.
Aaliyah W.
I love the warrior cat series and the fazbear frights books, but if I had to choose 1 book it would be Warrior cats: The darkest hour
This book brings me to tears every time
Lucas P.
hard to pick but here’s a couple:
– boy swallows universe
– conversations with friends
– the Handmaids take
– all our shimmering skies
Mary Jane B.
I don’t remember the specific title of the book, but it was a Michael Morpurgo one, that described and told the story of a boy in a coma. It was so heartfelt , so enticing and completely breathtaking. Although I read it years ago, it still sticks to my mind till this day!
Kaitlin U.
Any book by sarah j maas is considered to be my favorite! I just love the worlds she creates and her writting style! the srong female characters in her books are also inspiring. i recently read her knew book a court of silver flames and it was so good i couldnt put it down! Im also a fan of leigh bardugo’s six of crows series and ninth house! I havent read king of scars and the sequel yet but they are next on my list since I know I love a lot of her work! I hope to someday write a book myself (even if i cant get it published! my dream would be though to publish books someday that help other people the way books helped me during my darkest points)
Riley N.
I don’t have a favorite however I have school reading I must do so I’m using this challenge to help me get it done. The book is call Patron Saints of Nothing.
Amy U.
I'll give you the sun by jandy nelson at this given time. The imagery and association with art and the complex relationships make it incredible
Terrance Z.
Mu favourite book is The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde. It is a very challenging read and I find it unlike anything I have ever read before. It is a compelling and very enjoyable story.
Angel Y.
Atomic habits,This is my first book I ever had in my life. Actually, I have another book titled The 7 habits of highly effective people but I do not read it yet. I am reading now the Atomic Habits by James Clear. This book was so good because it helps you to build a good habits and break the bad ones.
Clara O.
One of us is lying. I don’t remember who it was by, but I love mystery books. It’s about a kid who has an allergic reaction in detention, and the 5 kids also in it have to figure out who did it. It has a really great ending, and if I could get my hands on it again I would love to reread it. I had to read a book for school, and I’m glad that I chose that one.
Reagan N.
There are so many books to choose from it’s practically impossible and very improbable to choose just one. I believe the host by Stephanie Meyer would be one, Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson and practically any book by Gina Showalter. Unfortunately it’s so hard to decide, because my book tastes shift from day to day. Tomorrow I might be more inclined to Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander, or Vampire Acedemy by Richelle Mead. There is so much to read. So much to explore.
Bianca S.
Defending Jacob. I read it recently after watching the Apple TV series and wow. The characters, their emotions and questioning are incredible! The writer did an amazing job at keeping the reader completely hooked!
Wanda U.
I hav only read one book which is 'How I Live Now' by Meg Rosoff. I didn't really enjoy reading it as it was romance genre. But I'm reading another book 'Hunger Games'. So far I like it and i have a feeling that I'm gonna love that book.
Vanessa P.
At the moment I am reading the book what every BODY is saying? But fictional books i think my favourite book is the sherlock holmes all of sherlock holmes book are amazing u should read it
Warren U.
Language of thorns by Leigh Bardugo. A book with beautiful illustrations and good moral lessons at the end of each small story
Laura R.
I've read many books in the past, mostly romance. I love love love romance books (even the cheesy predictable ones). My favourite book series is 'To all the boys ive loved before'. Its a very cheesy book but it let's the reader relate to lara Jean and how she thinks about her future in many aspects etc. So yeah, my favourite book series is 'To all the boys ive loved before'.
Djalmo Q.
I have so many! I love Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. John Steinbeck is my favorite author. I love Grapes of Wrath and Travels with Charley. I also love the Hitchhiker's Guides and The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe series. And This Book is Full of Spiders by Jason Pargin is the weirdest, most out there, thrilling, and kind of scary – for really weird people- book I have ever read in my life!! Read it.
Silke G.
Actually, I am not sure. However, when I read this question only one book's name came to my mind after a brief moment. "Improbable". I was more younger than now when I read it. That is why I could not understand it entirely. I have read the book many times and ı want to read it one more time. And I think "Improbible" my favourite book because of this.
Anna P.
"cien años de Soledad" by Marquez. it allowed me to enter in a magic dimension; everytime I opened that book it was like to come back to a community of people who are living a life totally different from us but at the same time they are experiencing the same feelings of us. it is incredible how we share same emotions, and art is the key to express them and be understood by another person.
Daisy F.
The hitchhikers guide to the galaxy! The mixture of comedy, sci-fi and actual science and philosophy elements is such a great escape. Plus Douglas Adams' writing is always brilliant (Dirk Gently is up there too!).
Cheyenna T.
The black heart from Stephanie Garber.
The book takes you to a adventurous journey in a magical carnival.
I forgot everything around me when I read that book.
Megan N.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is definitely my favorite book. It taught me to appreciate the people we have around us because we never know how much time we have with them.
Zander Y.
well, i read books in romanian, so idk the title to this book, but it is about a girl who's father got stuck in the 4th dimension. i read it long ago but still consider it my fav
Tamara Z.
I cannot truly say that I have a favorite book. Each book i read i fall in love with. Each character to cross the pages of a book ignites fires in my soul. Therefore i say i love each book i read. No matter the emotion i feel while reading. Books have always been my life and the reason i am following the career i am now
Elliot O.
My favorite book is a fictional story, which talks about the village of Al-Jassa, which contains a group of witches, and a love story occurs between a member of a family's family, a girl with a human man.
Alexa N.
My favorite book would be Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and this is because the author puts so much detail and really gets down to the nitty- gritty. This book also has so much detail, and I love finding new words I can expand my vocabulary from!
Scott O.
My favourite book would be Hygge, The Danish Recipe for Happiness by Neil Wiking, all because of all the fun facts and the carefully chosen words to describe everything, including happiness. I've read it so many times and each one felt like I was reading it for the first time, it amazed me every time!
Elisabeth E.
My favorite book is Radium Girls. It is a true story of the girls who were lip-pointing paintbrushes as they painted wqtch dials; the only problem with this was the paint was radioactive! The girls thought this was healthy, so basically they were
Katie N.
Harry Potter bc of the magical feeling it gave me, how lost I would get in it, the excitement I would feel as I read it and how I felt like a kid again
Steffi N.
Recently I read the midnight library and that totally changed my perspective on guilt and looking back it’s an amazing bool
Periwinkle A.
Where do I start? Honestly, I love reading, but I love writing stories a hundred times more! In the end, I can usually find a good book at the library, or a bookstore. From Janitors, to Warrior Cats, and Harry Potter or Percy Jackson books, I have lots I can choose from. All it takes to build up that list is to go out and explore the world of books, maybe write some of your own-if you wanted to, of course. Some movies and TV Shows have books related to them as well if you want to dig a little deeper in other ways. Good luck and enjoy!
Littlemissdeadcutie N.
My favorite book is Carry on by Rainbow Rowell. It’s like Harry Potter but much different. It’s a really good book. It’s mostly a fantasy lgbt book but I would definitely recommend to read the book and the other two series.
Alan O.
I am in love with the grafic novel series "Watchmen". It's a really depressing story with dark philosophical themes, but the characters are so fascinating and the work itself draws beauty from the gritty world. If you're into these kinds of things, Watchmen is for you.
Den Sia P.
The name of the Wind. It is beautifully written in a rich and inspiring fantasy world with fascinating deep characters and a touching story. Definitely a must read!
Benjamim G.
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s just absolutely incredible. It’s a semi-high fantasy book about a legendary hero telling the tales of his adventures in his hideout of an inn acting as an unremarkable innkeeper and there’s a sharp contrast between his old, fiery self and his new, demure mark of a self. His stories are incredible and human. I think the reason why the book is my favourite is because he is a hero, but he’s first and foremost a person. He’s not perfect. And the humour. The humour is just 👌
Mehrnaz Z.
My goal is to do 10 mins of stretch/yoga and if I feel that I can do more, I will increase the time or do 10-15 min HIT as well. I realized if I set up my goal for full workout or for longer time, I can’t stay committed.
Eloides F.
Wonder is my favorite book. This is because it shows people not to be rude and we are all human beings with differences but those differences dont define if we are human or not. We all are different in loving way. I read the book 3 times.
Emma A.
I don't really have a favorite book but I prefer to read anything mystery and fictional just for the fun of it. I like reallll long novels so that I can get a real good feel of the book.
Ruthild Z.
setting a goal for my self to give myself a limited amount of time for each activity I have to get done is a skill that has helped me get through my day in a very productive and satisfying way. Only because I usually start something and never finish it except the day after, so actually setting a timer, giving my full focus and attention on getting done whats in my hands; gets me through every task of my day, fully, and gives me satisfaction.
Achmi X.
My favorite book is actually called The outsiders it's the only book I ever read cover to end and multiple times. I love the characters names and personalities like ponyboy and soda pop I was wondering if they were their nicknames not their real names. And when the church caught on fire and the boys ran back in to get those kids out and Little Johnny died in the end it's just crazy having that bond in those connections with friends and that was being shot by cops even though it was a suicide attempt but the cops didn't understand that it's just crazy how the world thinks and even to this day it hasn't really changed if you think about it
Cayla L.
My favourite book right now is On the Come Up by Angie Thomas. It's really funny and reminds me of my childhood( minus the part where the main character get famous, obviously).
Gustav C.
There are many great books that are my favorite and the best of this year was the name Stop Worrying and Start Living by the American writer Dale Carnegie.
Lara S.
My favorite “guilty pleasure” book is Anna And the French kiss, it’s a young adult romance about a American girl that is going to school in Paris and her life there. My favorite “classic” book is Memorial do Convento by José Saramago, it’s a Portuguese book that focuses on a time in Portuguese history when we had a king and he is building a famous church thing and the book follows different characters throw really difficult times. I’m not giving it justice but it’s magnificent! The writer even won a Nobel prize!
I’m sorry if I wrote anything wrong but English is not my first language, I hope my answer was good!
Ambre P.
I personally really love physics, astronomy and the universe in general. So my favorite book would be brief answers to the big questions by Stephen Hawking. It’s a very interesting book and i would really recommend everyone who likes physics/the universe to read it.
Simon C.
It always changes.
Now I read the Iliad over and over again, and try to find every book about Achilles. The traits of heroes attract me.
Liz O.
Gone with the wind
Pride & Prejudice
And also the fantasy novels, like Lord of the Rings, CS Lewis, Diana Wynne Jones and Robin Hobb.
Edgar B.
Honestly, there are still mounds of books I havent read yet and that I'm sure I'll love. Six of crows duology and king of scars duology are examples of some books I really loved. I've also been reading the Percy Jackson series and it's great. I'm really looking forward to reading The Priory of the Orange Tree. I've heard so many good things about it and the cover is beautiful. As you can tell, I love fantasy. 🙂
Fannie O.
Only one? Hmm tough question. If I try not to think about it too much, I'd say One Hundred Years of Solitude. I would also highly recommend The Call of The Wild as well as Breakfast of Champions.
Morgane Z.
Mhmm, i definitely can't choose only one. My book taste is very changeable, one day i can read a fantasy book, the other a classic one, the other a history one… so it's very difficult to choose, even more when the book i'll read in question is completely up to my mood. But making a panorame of all the books i've read, i have a tendency for choose fantasy, like Harry Potter or The Grishaverse 🙂
Jonathan J.
Welll… I don't really have a favorite book but right now I'm reading Sherlock Holmes it's a good story actually I really love reading detective books because it's just so exciting.
Nathan P.
My favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird. Although my choice is a fairly common one, I love the story and plot, and how it teaches us to be more accepting of our fellow neighbors.
Florence S.
i think it'd be "Looking for Alaska" (by John Green) and "The Maze Runner" series (by James Dashner) in general – it's really hard to tell tho, 'cause i can't pick just one!
Housnah F.
I love Harry Potter series i read all the books
I also like Shakespeare novels
At school i did the little woman and tgat also i did enjoy a lot
I love fantastic book like fantastic beast
And highly recommended ' the adventures of huckleberry finn' and tom sawyer'
And vampire diaries ❤️
Esmirna Z.
My favourite book is step sister, and my favourite book series is a murder most unladylike mystery. I love these books because they inspite me and let me be me.
Najoua R.
Amin Maalouf : Les identités meurtrières.. it’s a French book from a Lebanese writer .. he’s trying to explain how identity is shaped .. what influences it .. its full of historical references you will love it
Luciana R.
I started to meditate like 2 days ago and it has not been that easy because I have a lot in my mind but the best thing I recommend you is to concentrate on small things and do mindfulness at first then you can start with other types of meditation until you feel comfortable with one and you will see progress on your mental health as well.
Clayton Q.
All books have something to offer. A phrase, new word or a new point of view. But i enjoy All the bright places and recently They both die at the end
Chiara Y.
I don't remember having a favorite one but I remember one that I really enjoyed and I couldn't ever forget it was called fa-raj which means relief it was about political prisons after the french revolution and stories about it and it was awesome pretty pretty awesome it fascinated my mind!
Sara E.
I don't have one favourite book. Most of the stories that I have loved are from my youth such as Anne of Green Gables collection, Little House on the Prairie collection; loved the Twighlight series, all of Harry Potter; The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, historical fictions like The Other Boelyn Girl; Hunger Games; Woman of Substance sagas; DaVinci Code/Angels and Demons; Pillars of the Earth; Gone with the Wind; Little Women;
On by reading table at this moment are The Last Anniversary, Life 101, The Body Keeps Score, Educated, Toast (a recipe book), and The Girl He Left Behind. I also have Real Simple Magazine, Canadian Living, and Chatelaine magazines.
Hamta N.
I don’t read a lot of books actually even I don’t read but I want to have this habit I want that my brain have alot of capacity for attract a lot of things so I like a lot of romance books but for my and future success I want self improvement books.could you offer me?
Cherelle O.
I have many favorite books for different periods in my life.
When I was younger, I loved The Outsiders. My absolute favorite from grade 6 to 8.
Now that I am older, I still love the book.
I really enjoyed Beartown. Really stayed with me after reading it. I recommend that book the most out of all books.
Avimehta N.
Fiction: white teeth zadie smith and the idiot by Dostoevsky

Nonfiction: journal of a novel by Steinbeck and in cold blood by capote

Shriya T.
Though I have read multiple books throughout the 25 years of my existence, Harry Potter has always been my go-to books. Hogwarts, friendship, the old English towns and atmosphere is always cozy and feels calming every time I read.
Claudina Z.
Hmm…it's hard question. I have a lot of books that could be that number one. I will go with Harry Potter because I'm still a child in sole.
A J X.
My favorite book? Well I can't just choose one! I like the Warriors series by Hunter, Erin, the Last Dragon Chronicles series by D'Lacey, Chris, Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, the Eragon series by Paolini, Christopher, and Wings of Fire by Tui T. Sutherland. I like anything that falls between the lines of history, astronomy, biology, and zoology. I also enjoy adventure and action. I mostly read novels and biographies. I'm actually currently reading My Life With Martin Luther King, Jr. by Coretta Scott King.
Michen N.
So I really loved ‘One Of Us Is Lying’ even though it’s usually not my type of book.
It was SO interesting and I just like it.
As well I love the book ‘A New Season – My London Dream’. I’m still reading it but it’s SOOOO good:D
Sas P.
I like different kinds of books. I like reading adventures books, love stories books and stuff like these. I spend some time on Wattpad, too.
Jennifer Z.
So in the last 7 years I’ve read over 800 books, these are my favorites:

Top 5 Single Books:
Pride & Prejudice
Around the World in 80 Days
The Martian
Ready Player One

Top 5 Series:
Harry Potter 1-7
The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings (1-3)
The Lunar Chronicles (1-4)
Altered Carbon (1-3)
Hunger Games

Francesco A.
oh wow this is a hard one… i’m such a big reader so i love a whole lot of books. i’ll list off a few for u to read. percy jackson, divergent, maze runner, keeper of the lost cities, game of thrones, etc. these are fantasy dystopian novels. for more classical pieces ed i would recommend: to kill a mockingbird, twenty thousand leagues under the sea, nancy drew, the secret history, etc. there are so many books out there to choose from, so just find what books u like and start reading!
Elisabeth N.
Oh dear, that’s like asking a mom who her favourite child is, haha! I can just so narrow it down to two: Red, White and Royal Blue (1) and The Little Shop of Happy Ever After (2, also known as the bookstore at the corner, I think). Can recommend both!
Calvin T.
Parenting with Love and logic, a case study book about relating with kids, kids with teachers and parents as well as care takers. There are a many topics that guide the interactions interchangeably withing theses group of people. I struggled with my toddler's grumbling and winning but I got a way of how to handle and communicate effectively with him. This morning we had a special talk on how I showed and asked him to be nicer with his tone between me and his dad. I read other topos where I find a challenge with him. This book offers practical daily experiences and solutions to challenges.
Alliyah Z.
My favourite book right now is paper towns. Cause I love the characters who defend everything for the sake of love to someone.
Rick S.
A tough question and I can't narrow it down to just 1 book, so my top 3 are "Eat that Frog" "12 months to a million" & the Kovacs trilogy – Altered carbon.
Julian C.
It is quite hard question. I would not say i read a lot, however i try to do so these days. And i think series of books "Warrior cats" are the favourite ones
Oc Ane T.
honestly it depends on what i want to feel. The Song Achilles is an incredible read and appeals to my greek nerd side, whereas Percy Jackson and Harry Potter are fun reads for nostalgia.
Jamie U.
My favourite book is American on Purpose. It's an autobiography by Craig Ferguson, the former Late Late Show host before James Corden. The book is a fantastic memoir of Craig's journey from adolescent boy to middle-aged man. He goes into great & graphic detail while recounting his trials and tribulations. Do yourself a favour & grab a copy. You won't be disappointed!
Sadia N.
My favorite book is When the moon split….I recommend it to everyone to read it .it help you to take a good decision in your life
Therese O.
I would say probably the Last Empire by Brandon Sanderson, i really like the world building, the magic system, the way the book sucks you in and allows you to forget the real world.
Epp I.
A favourite book really depends on the mood and stage of life. When i was a teenager, it was K. Kesey's One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. Right now, I prefer magical realism. The last book I read slowly because i didn't want it to end was Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel. I read it last year but I still sometimes think about some scenes. I guess this would make it ine of my favourite books right now…
Xarina N.
I’ve recently been into reading books written by rupi kaur. So “the sun and her flowers”, “milk and honey” and “home body”
Mylan E.
I have not read that maney books, but I have read "cinderella is dead" and it was a good book. I also like "they bouth die at the end" and so far it's good. I also recomend going to tik to (if you have it) and search: book tok. You will find at least one book you want to read there i promise.
Haley A.
Good question, and also a hard question. I love so many different books. The first book that comes to mind is All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood. It's kind of a messed up story, but theres a lot of parts to it that are very relatable for me. It's a beautiful and heartbreaking read.
Alma E.
When I was younger I liked a wrinkle in time. I still have my copy…now a days I don’t have a favorite, more multiple favorites in a wide variety of genres
Perry Z.
My favorite book is the Sherlock Holmes one, I really like how watson makes the scene makes me feel like I’m there with sherlock, I like Sherlock deduction abilities too,
Leah N.
The Mothers, by Brit Bennett. It’s beautifully written with poetic sentences and is told from the collective “we” of the church mothers as they tell the reader the gossip they collectively overhear. Really well done! A stunning first novel by the author.
Roos U.
The Secret History by Donna Tart. There is really something about immersing yourself into the world of the elite and morally depraved.
Achmi X.
1984… it got people thinking and it looks a lot like we are living today. Fake news, science is no longer more important than assumptions
Marjolein Q.
I've always liked The Wanderer by Sharon Creech since I was a kid, but right now I also really appreciate Get Out of your Mind and Into Your Life by Steven C. Hayes.
Charly T.
The cemetery of forgotten books by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Set during the Spanish civil war this 4 part series combines magical realism with history. In the centre of the story is the small antique bookshop Sempere & Sons. As the story unfolds you get to explore various story lines and how they are all linked together. Fermín Romero de Torres will forever be one of my favourite characters.
Adonis F.
At the moment the Mind-Gut Connection. It elaborates the deep connection between put gut microbiome and our brain and how how our emotions can affect out gut health
Marie Y.
The name of the wind. Reading has always being part of myself, and I always struggle thinking about favourite books. I recently started using Storygraph to keep track of the books I read, because I fear forgetting. Forgetting scares me.
Kelly N.
It’s called get well soon, it’s about a young girl who suffers from depression and is set in an asylum to get well again. Along the way she meets many different types of people, she meets this boy who she eventually has feelings for. In the end they kiss and it’s a really big deal because they aren’t aloud to touch each other or nearly ever speak to each other. But on the last page of the book she ends up marrying the boys best friend form the asylum, witch was a bit annoying and to my seprise I found out the book was based on a true story witch is amazing I loved all of it
Labiba F.
I've read tons of books and I've lots of faves but i finished The invisible life of Addie Larue recently and it's definitely my new favorite book
Clara U.
good question, i guess i don’t read all that much but i’m trying my best. but i would say the only book that i have ever read in two days only was “they both die at the end”. every other book i’ve always had to take breaks in between because i just wasn’t intrigued enough and even had to start all over because i forgot about it completely, but this book had something to it. it had this dystopian feeling to it, and the gut feeling that you knew what was going to happen literally right off the bat was almost gut wrenching. the two characters main story was heart shattering, and there’s so many elements to it that make it even more heartbreaking; them finally kissing only a few hours before their death, the fact that mateo died trying to do something nice for rufus, and the fact that rufus died because of something he feared the most. the whole book is absolutely gut wrenching, giving you the feeling that something could go wrong any second now. there’s also this element of, despite it being the title, the two of them somehow breaking the “spell” and surviving and living happily ever after, but i think if the book took that turn it would’ve been worse. this book makes sadness it’s whole thing and i’m glad (well, i’m not) that it ended the exact way that the book was essentially spoiled by the writers choice of title.
Anna P.
i can never think about any books i read when i come across a question like this. i tend to forget everything I read very fast. I wish I could improve my memory to be able to remember everything I read or hear in order to finally be able to answer this type of question 🙂
Hector E.
Angelitos empantanados by Andrés Caicedo. He was a Colombian author and his books are fresh and young as his soul, they can make you feel in a teenage atmosphere of the seventies. I love it.
Daniele Z.
My favorite book is Wizards First Rule by Terry Goodkind. Its a great adventure with life lessons into to draw from. It's set it a fantasy world with magic and dragons. It's the first book in the series call Sword of Truth
Martyna J.
Tbh I didn’t read much. I started recently and I live the book that I’m reading now. It’s full of drama and emotions.
"Fever" by Robin Cook
Her Dia P.
Pride and Prejudice. It's witty, well written and even though things take a turn for the worst it all works out in the end.
Keira I.
percy jackson series, caraval series, aurora rising, first three harry potter books, the lunar chronicles, hooky, space boy series, and lore olympus
Edouard O.
My favorite book is the Da Vinci code by Dan Brown, because it transmits to me a strong emotion of suspense and deals with themes that are not very current but that at the same time everyone wonders.
B J.
I love Anne Of Green Gables, it helps me to focus on what I’m thankful for. Plus the imagination inspires me so very much!
Krystyna U.
Reading books is my recent habit actually. I'm reading the book called Haunting Prince Draculla. I was interested on it because i'm so drown to vampires and others and also forensic science
Shruti N.
Mahabharata, this is a book about righteousness and that no matter how much evil there is, good always triumphs at the end.
Cl O S.
I have 3. "The four agreements" don Miguel Ruiz, "Never ending story" and "Momo" Michael Ende. What's your favourite book? Do you speak more languages?
Jackie W.
That's such a difficult question. Fiction, is probably the Discworld book Pyramids by Terry Pratchet, it is very funny but so clever due to how it plays with dimensions. Non-fiction, The life changing magic of tidying by Marie Kondo, it literally changed my life and started me on a path exploring minimalism, and ethical and environmental consumerism (I'm still on my journey and learning each day)
La Ssa Q.
My favourite book is the secret by Rhonda Byrne. I'm not much of a book reader, read only a few. But In what I've read facts impresses me than fiction. Secret is a factfull book which talks about the infinite power we possess. If we applythhe teachings in real life properly, I'm positive that we can achieve anything. It's based on proven science which impresses me more. That is a book that can literally change your life and being positivity in you. I read the book a few years ago. I tried to apply the teachings in real life but failed. But now,after a few years,I'm applying it in my daily life and it has already done wonders. Do give it a read! It's beyond worth it!
Ales N.
Frostblood and Fireblood from my favorite author Elly Blake, I haven't read the third book, Nightblood, tho… Wish I have a chance to find em at the bookstore in the future
Andrea P.
A sweetness to the Soul, by Jane Kirkpatrick. It is the first book of a series that tells the story of my families crossing the continent and settling in the Deschutes River in Oregon.
Gzime M.
my favourite books would have to be the selection series, they’re very intriguing as well as divergent, i think the book is great which is sad considering the poor effort for the movies
Karla S.
Sorry I cannot say my real fav bc I'm too selfish but I'm gonna say another one of my list: "Maybe Someday" by Colleen Hoover who is one of my fav authors btw🤭
Beverly W.
My favourite book at the moment is A court of mist and fury. It is the second book in a fantasy series and I just really love it.
Chiara Y.
I'm not sure of my current favorite book, but in the past it was Sing Me to Sleep. Really sad and touching book about personal growth and then facing loss.
Heinz Werner J.
I am not a big reading lover. But recently I have started focusing more on reading books and surprisingly I like it. It is fun. I kind a getting into the whole book reading thing slowly. One of my favorite book is Desert Flower.
Ashraqut N.
My favourite books is
– Kafka on the shore
– Norwegian Wood
I had a hard conflict to get to that result .. I always can't choose between anything I hope I get help with that
Sandii F.
Anything mystery or puzzle related. Specifically Luigi Lemoncello's Library Series. So many puzzles! Keep my brain working.
Marine O.
My favorite book that i have read was a book written by Robin Sharma and the title is, “ The saint, the surfer and the executive “. This book has made me change my perception of life. Its about our life development. It made me much more positive and much more focus in my life!
Yvonne F.
My fav book is percy jackson bcoz its language is so cute and in an understandable way…and also the story is also so beautiful…and I could gain a big knowledge about greek mythology just by reading that book…So I luv it…❤❤❤
Alexandria Z.
I don’t have a single favorite book. Favorite questions to me aren’t always fair, especially when it is vague. But I understand the fun in it.

Anything by David Sedaris hands down. I know that’s not a single book (and there are a couple more to come), but the relatability and his wry humor are irresistible to read. And his books are short autobiographical stories. So they are easy to get through a chapter and feel accomplished.

A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb. The literary references are what first drew me in. And being a writer myself, it is an inspiring story. Also, I’m not a fan of romance novels, but this one I will always consider a classic on my bookshelf. I cry every time I finish it.

And of course the Harry Potter series. I loved books to begin with. I think I may have even read the Chronicles of Narnia previous. But this serious made me a voracious reader. Currently re-reading it and am thrilled to be finding the joy of reading all over again.

Mia E.
One of my favourite book is Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts. It is an amazing story and it is written in a wonderful way 😊
Marta A.
Eu não tenho um livro preferido, e tenho toda uma vida pela frente para gostar de livros, mas se eu só puder ter um livro preferido então eu ainda estou por escrevê-lo.
Vishal N.
1Q84 , with it's long yet intresting story about two people in a little different world and how their fate in intertwined
Achmi X.
Just fitness. Do fitness every day. Practise it as much as you can. And also watch your diet. You must avoid some kinds of foods that produce fat inside of our organism. You know, fats in our body are caused by fatty nutrients. So to have a body with less and least fat, get to that set of tips.
Hannah E.
I'm currently reading Alex and Eliza. It's a love story about Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler. I'm obsessed with it and how in love Alex is with Eliza I just started it a week ago and I'm alr almost done with it. I just can't put it down! I'm not usually one for historical fiction but this loe story is the sweetest in the world. And I don't get mad bc of the lack of respect for women back in the 1780s bc Alex respects women!! And isn't ashamed to ride on the back of a horse while she drives, or cook for her! He stands up for a women when a drunk man asks for a dance. And he doesn't belittle or try and mansplain when a women is bold and shares their opinion! He loves when Eliza talks about how patriot she is. It is the cutest story and I recommend it to anyone who loves Hamilton. I have never even seen Hamilton and I still love it!
Eric Z.
Ei taida olla lempikirjaa. Ennemmin puhuisin genrestä. Selvästi olen nyt tykästynyt fiktiossa dekkareihin ja pidän true crime podcasteista. Tärkeintä tuntuu nyt olevan täysi vastapaino asiantuntijatyölle, jota teen. Että sisältö ei lainkaan tuo mieleen työtäni. Että saan aivot täysin narikkaan silloin, kun en tee töitä. Ehkä se voisi olla myös kehittävämpää kirjallisuutta kuten kieliä ja kulttuuria. Jonkin verran olen niitä tainnut suunnitellaan lukevani.
Lee J.
I don't have a particular book that I'm interested in but I'll say that I really like 13 reasons why and I know who you are. these two books really caught my attention when I was reading them. the way it is written is really cool. for 13 reasons why, it shows two different perspectives of people who have certain issues. while for "I know who you are", it show the perspectives of the same person but during her childhood and adulthood.
Abby P.
Its called "The midnight Unicorn" by Alice Hemming. Its not a children's book its fictional but its for ages around 10-14 I would say! Highly reccomend!
Sohan P.
Hello. I read more philosophy and I like Schopenhauer, Albert Camus, but honestly I love a fraction of the whole.
Anyway for future i like read more about business.
What's your suggestion?
Barbara Y.
My favourite book is "the night circus" by Erin Morgenstern. It's a book about magic, love, rivalry, and mistery. You will find out that the very protagonist is not anybody in the book, but the circus itself. Please do yourself a favour and read it. It makes me feel so free, magical, good with myself.
Liane O.
Oh what a hard question to answer! I love to read. About 3 books a month right now. Too difficult to give just one answer so I’m going to give a could.

Jane Eyre was my favorite book growing up. She was a unique heroine, her own person, and the story had great twists.

The Hunger Games is my favorite trilogy. I read all three books in a week. Couldn’t put them down. That “just one more chapter” thing.

Fingersmith is a book that surprised me. I didn’t expect to love it the way I do and it gave me the historical feel of books like Jane Eyre and Little Women.

The Guest List is the best Who-dun-it I’ve read in recent years.

Brooke P.
My favourite book is called Everyone in this room will someday be dead. I know it sounds morbid but it is a book that questions mortality in a funny and interest way
Med N.
Every self-help book teaches you how to creat healthy habits and every single one of them tells the same thing: be consistent and keep going, basically the same thing. So, find one that the writing style resonates to you and keep that book with you.
Philomena G.
My favourite books are: Kallocain, Wuthering Heights, A tale of two cities, Before the coffee gets cold, The secret garden and The night is darkening round me.
Michaela C.
To be honest, I don't really know, I am just starting to get into books, I have read a few, but nowhere near enough to find a favourite one yet. I am more used to reading fanfictions, it is easier for me, being fixated on the same characters in different story lines and realities. But I really enjoyed reading Half Bad. I like the supernatural, and that's why I think I liked this book so much.
Lo C P.
Sapiens by Yuval noah Harari, fabulous book about history,economics,religion,secularism,and much more… everyone should at least try the book
Lauren F.
I've always loved Daz 4 Zoe, even when it was studied in English classes. The idea of that raw Romeo and Julie style of teenage love keeps me young. It's a classic love story for a total softie like me.
D O.
My favourite book right now is one of us is lying. I love this book because there is constant something new happening to keep it interesting. everyone has their own problems as they try to navigate this murder mystery and still stay on top of school work, relationships,
Joann C.
My favorite book is Harry Potter. Harry Potter is mainly about rituals and wizarding. I like to listen to ambient music and spend 20-30 minutes a day reading Harry Potter.
Esteban P.
I haven't read a lot of book, but one i'll never forget is La Tregua, from Mario Benedetti, that book made me think about that life is compunded of moments of sadness and happinnes, and that we need to appreciate this few moments of joy and peace while we have it
Kalina U.
This is a super hard question, and I’m not sure I have a real answer. American Psycho is definitely really high up there, and so is The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
Ava S.
I just finished reading where the crawdads sing and it was so beautiful they way they described the marsh is was great. And I just started the seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo
Viral W.
Haven't read so many books till now, but I am really keen to read a lot of books. I think one book can not be just the favorite one, beacause there are different kinds of books, portraying different stories, and different characters. But I have read "Meditation" by "J. Krishnamurthi". And I think you should definitely give it a try. Also it's a really short book. You can complete it in just 1 or a half day. Thank you!🍂❤
Jazz G.
I absolutely love the shadow of the wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, and the consecutive three books in the series. It should be seen as a whole, really. He passed away too young in 2020 and one of his lines is remembered often now: "Every book has a soul, the soul of the person who wrote it and the soul of those who read it and dream about it."
Mathilde A.
i dont have any favourite book because i dont read too much but i think i like the most , the romance or comedy books idk ,idk😶😂😂😂😂
Lauriete A.
I actually don't have one. Every week /month I got a new one and my favourite of all times are multiple. I can't seem to get attached only to one, I want more, always and that influence my preferences.
Andreea Q.
One of my most favourite books is Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. It's such a fun book that will always put you in a good mood and along a great laugh, it tells such beautiful stories of such deferent characters. I love it so much that I actually wrote my bleacher degree thesis on it.
Christina J.
To Kill A Mockingbird is my favourite book. I had to do it as one of my 'O' levels at school. I couldn't help but notice the injustice at that time and even now for BAME+ people. It has shaped my own opinions of inequality and teaching in deprived areas showed me that some children had such low expectations that I tried to raise them as much as I could. I see this now in how both my children have a very non-judgemental attitude. Shaped my life.
Ludwina F.
I would say that probably Will Grayson, Will Grayson but I really loved The Great Gatsby and also work of Jonas Jonasson.
Alaran X.
I don't really have a favorite book but I love book on all things ranging to words of Allah to books about vampire,myth, history and so on
Gavin S.
My favourite book is my Harry Styles Fanbook
because I love to reflect on how much he has accomplished in his life! He has been a big inspiration to me!
Jeffrey C.
I am the messenger by Markus Zusak. Its a book about a regular guy who gets anonymous tasks to help people. Its tought me a lot about human interaction, that not every act of kindness has to be big, that people i know might not always have motives that i expect, or that they have told me everything about their life, that its okay to help yourself if you need to and most importantly, that everybody can make a difference, even woth a tiniest bit of kindness and effort.
Jeon W.
oh man that's a hard question bc I dont have a fav book yet but personally I love to read a lot of books so I wanna improve my reading skills and become a better version of myself!
Simona W.
I finished book named call me by your name and i love it. its my comfort and favourite book but also one of my favs is it end with us
Kat N.
Well i just finished “red, white and royal blue” and I LOVED IT. im actually doing to start reading “all your perfects” by collen hoover (i read most of her books!!) and im very excited because i absolutely LOVE her books. then im going to read “the kiss quotation”
Darrell J.
My favorite book is the one that make me feel curious about next page, what's going to happen next. The one that make me feel like I wanna cry, and wanna know more. The one that gives me thousands of questions.
Natalia Z.
I dont really have one book to call my favourite, but I really enyoy the 3 and 4:th Harry Potter books (I'm currently on the 5:th one and I really like it😊). I am also reading "The seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo" and it's really good, so I guess you could say that the book or books I'm reading in the moment is always my favourite one😁
Sabrina E.
My favourite book is "The Great Gatsby" by F. S. Fitzgerald. This book is very close to my family's story and so it will be in my heart forever. Also, I love Fitzgerald's writing.
Soph N.
i think i currently have two favorite books. joy luck club and every falling star. joy luck club is about these asian american mother daughter relationships and their journeys while every falling star is an emigration story. both were so impactful for me and made me feel grateful for what i have. these both have shown me the hardships of being an immigrant and more.
Hassan E.
I don't really have a favourite book. One of my favourite books is How The Body Keeps The Score. It is about how our trauma is stored in our body and explains how breathing can calm our sympathetic nervous system and we'll as ways to healing our traumas and our bodies.
Lily U.
The Emperor's Edge series. It's about a woman trying to make a name for herself in a steampunk inspired world. She builds a team of mercenaries to help save the Emperor and her country.
Katrina P.
My favorite read, respectfully at this time is "The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,"
Book by Don Miguel Ruiz. Thus book helps me be my best self overall, each day, paired with "Fabulous."
Mirella U.
I really can't name one. As in simply one. All I do is read, and as of this year, I've already read over 830 books. I can with ease say that I've got some favorite genres tho. I love intelligent dark fantasy, spiced with epic fantasy that sticks out, blended with really hard wired psychological horror. Magical realism that makes you use your brain, that doesn't tell the reader everything as if you're an idiot reading it. It has to make room for imagination within the imagination. And oh, I do love harsh biographies, books about modern research and science, mostly in the elements of psychiatry, psychology and sociology. I can go on forever about books…
Maya G.
My favourite book is "Singur pe lume" or "Alone on the world", by Hector Malot. It's a pretty emotional book and it maked me cry. It honestly teached me about how life can also be sad and disappointing sometimes, but in the end, there is light.
Lance P.
My favorite book is "Norwegian Wood" by Murakami. It's one of the prettiest book I've ever read and every time i read it I fall in love once again.
Roberta T.
I don't have a favourite book but a series. I like paranormal/sci-fi romances and reverse harem books… So my favourite series of books has to be curse of the gods. The story is built up over 5 books. It involves a girl who is lowest rung of ladder in their society (not earth nor aliens) she is kinda clumsy in an entertaining chaotic way, she ends up getting sent to work at blesswood academy with her bestie, where her life changes for the better through numerous mishaps mayhem, Yay Willa!. Can't divulge too much or ruins it but definitely worth reading… Another series I have reread many times is 4 psychos by k cunnings again another amusing series but last book hits me in the feels every time love conquers all. Go paca!
Дарья Онищенко N.
Well… I've never had a favourite book, it always depends on my mood or ploblems. But '80 days around the world' really influence on me. This book the first one which I choose. This is really big and beautiful❤️ So it always lived with me
April P.
Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh. When I was first diagnosed with a mental health condition, I struggled to find literature that was able to voice my experience. This book was one of the first that spoke about the despair so unabashedly, I always return to it
Agnes X.
I can’t really list just one. It varies. I believe there are books which I’ve read and come back to. There are books which I haven’t yet discovered. The most recent on my shelves which are here to stay are:
The Gift. E. Eger
Start with Why. S.Sinek
Together V.H.Murthy
Untamed G.Doyle
Journey to the Heart M. Beattie
There’s many more…🥰
Valentina N.
So far the best book I’ve read is The truth about Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker, at the moment of reading it, I could not take my eyes from it. The way the author makes you believe something and then twisted so you couldn’t have any clue of what’s going on, where the plot it’s going or who the culprit was. Everybody were suspicious. The book's ambience felt like beach fresh air however there was also something sinister and confuse within it.
Adinda X.
There is a writer from Indonesia called Tere Liye. He made a lot masterpiece, one of his series book called Earth Series is my favorite, the series makes me fall in love to read every peace of page and can done read it in 1 day. The genre is fantasty, friendship, and little bit romance. He's not only make a same genre in another series, he made politics genre, family, denial, lover's, and there's still many other piece of it. You can search his masterpiece on Google tho if you kinda instrest with this 😀
Timothy Q.
I am one of those weirdos, I usually just re-read books or short stories that I made. I only like a few books that I've come to read so far, and they're from the FNaF book series. The Silver Eyes, it's the very first, if you wanna give it a try.
Chanel N.
To be honest I don’t think I have one. There are many books that I have enjoyed reading and some not so much. A few of my favourite books are: a quiet kind of thunder by Sara Barnard, goodbye perfect by Sara Barnard and beautiful broken things by Sara Barnard. They are just a few of my favourite books and I have many more.
Alex S.
Well I am into life philosophy so I prefer any book related to life sciences.
I have bit inclination towards sci-if, so I pick them as well.
It’s just the it is. if you want to read something go grab a book and read. And definitely you will learn something.
Phillip N.
My favorite book is Catching Fire, the second book in The Hunger Games series. I haven't read them in a while though so I don't know if I'll still love them when I read them again. Recently I read We Were Liars and I cannot stop thinking about it. It may be my new favorite book, I still have to think about it.
Edgar Z.
Try putting your phone or alarm clock somewhere in your room where you have to physically get out of bed to turn it off. It’ll wake you up a bit in that way discouraging hitting the snooze button because you anyway wouldn’t fall asleep again. Or you can just disable the snooze function altogether
Nina Z.
I don't really have fvorite book. I really like Percy Jackson and Harry Potter. Last book I read was amzing, The Night circus.
Juan O.
"As intermitências da morte" it's a great book by José Saramago that made me reflect about not only life and death but how the society organizes
Kelly P.
Right now I think it’s eragon because envolves magic and dragons and some reality, I think it’s kinda great. Also I expect to finish this book by the end of the month our the summer
Blob Z.
My favourite book is book series called keeper of the lost cities. Currently I have finished all 8 (or 9) books and I am waiting for the next one. Have a great day/night <3
Jennifer Z.
My Top 5 Singles:
Pride & Prejudice
Around the world in 80 days
Ready player one
The Martian

My Top 5 Series:
Harry Potter (1-7 – underlying theme: the ultimate modern good vs evil story)
The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings (1-3 – underlying theme: the ultimate classic good vs evil story)
Lunar Chronicles (1-4 – underlying theme: a very new and cool take on classic fairytales)
Hunger Games (1-3 – underlying theme: a story of revolution in spite of self centeredness ).
Altered Carbon (1-3 – underlying theme: a story about the future tainted by financial inequity)

Tim N.
I don’t have a favorite book, however O have a favorite saga. Harry Potter, I read all the saga every 3 years 🙂 I love it!
Also there’s this saga which a I am currently reading that is also one of my favs, Outlander!
Tabby X.
I don't have a favourite book as there is nothing I would reread but that doesn't mean I don't have a list of books that I loved but no book is my favourite
Brianna N.
I am the cheese was a mind bending story that I later appreciated in my young adult years. I still enjoy the moral of the story to this day.
Tristan P.
Story of Khadijah, the wife of my Propet Muhammad SAW, i will read a book like that cause i want to have a good morals and atitude
Stephanie N.
I am not sure if i have a favorite but right now i am really enjoying START WITH WHY by Simon Sinek it's really interesting and an amazing book.
Alcino N.
Mm horseboys (hästpojkarna)by John when it’s a romance about two couples in different time lines one in 2014(19 & 27 years old) and one in 1926 (10&10 years old) and the difference about being a homosexual couple in the different years. It’s an amazing romance that has given me good laughs and cries:)
Celina C.
It is a Dutch novel called 'hersenschimmen' by J. Bernlef. It is translated in English and is called 'out of mind'. It is a novel about an old man struggling with dementia. It is written as if you are the old man so it feels as of your own memory is declining. Very powerful and convincingly written
Klaas Z.
i don’t really read much at all so i really don’t have a favorite yet but maybe i will get this question again and i’ll be able to answer:) i’m going to be reading 2 books i got. one is 5 feet apart and the other one is all the bright places.
Stacy O.
I have a special place in my heart for Shel Silverstein poems, love historical fiction, and nonfiction about race and history. I can't choose a favorite book. I guess I would have multiple favorites in all the genres I love
Anna Z.
"Ikigai" , It is the book which tells you all the secrets and all parts of living a healthy, happy and long life. So you should try it out!
Anna P.
a banana/apple with peanut butter! delicious, healthy, and easy to eat! you can also grab some yogurt from your local super market and add granola which is also really healthy and filling!
Esra B.
The Call of the Wild of Jack London. I think is the first book I completely read when I was a kid. Love that the protagonist is a dog.
Sharlin O.
I've read plentiful books, but not enough to be critically thinking about this. The Book Thief, although it is very commonly well-known, is my favorite. This book left me with no words to spare, as my throat hurt after crying. I couldn't get out of my bed, I was devastated as to what happened. the part of the book that caused me heartbreak was the obvious bomb event, which caused the town to erupt in death and smell of burning flesh. The only thing i disliked about it, personally, is that it was extremely vague. it happened so quickly, while the buildup to this major event took up the majority of the book. I love the story, but my lack of patience really made me feel some sort of emptiness.
Saint Jude N.
I’m not much of a reader. I’ll prefer listening to reading but so far I’ve been able to start reading the book “THINK BIG — By BEN CARSON.
Erin E.
I think my favorite book varies with the stage of my life I’m in. I loved Beloved for the perspective it gave me. I loved Looking for Alaska as a teenage because of the literary style. I loved Unapologetically Ambitious for the push it allowed me to further my career. I don’t know that I could pick just one favorite. Each book that I loved gave me something new. A new perspective, new idea, etc.
Norah E.
How to be adult. It's a simple Illustration book but everytime I goes off track from life. I open this look, and start being productive again. Might not work for everyone but it did for me.
Khushi Y.
It's not about the burqa. Because it combines two of my most passionate topics: documenting the everyday experience of women and providing a platform for women to document their stories by themselves and for the women after them
Areej X.
I dont have a favorite book but I think I dont like motivational or something like that in books but zi wouod about anything interesting.
Maroua E.
I’m a fan of Agatha Christie Novels, it’s my get away after a long day or when I’m not feeling it. Audiobooks are my favorite ones now so now I’m loving all Poirot’s crime adventures read by Hugh Fraser ( who is the best in my opinion). The one I’m currently listening to is “curtain: Poirot’s last case”
Tilde P.
My favourite book is called Kapitano's mask and it's from a great Greek author. I also like the song of Achilles, although I am still reading it. 🙂
Jo U.
Probably the night gardener. My sister gave it to me to read, and every time someone asks me what my favourite book is, it is always the first book that pops into my head.
Josh F.
No longer human, the narrator is relatable since he feels like a fake. He doesn’t feel like he is like the rest of them and is miserable because of that, leading to his suffering.
Emma N.
I like many genres, fiction and non fiction. I’m currently reading a thriller, however I also have a self care book on the go too -‘How to be Human’.
Vampire literature is a guilty pleasure and I can dive into that world any time💕
I adored ‘The time travellers wife’ tremendously ❤️
Anna Y.
Hii! I really recommend you "One of us is lying". This book really got me into reading, now it depends on what genre you prefer
Ishani X.
Some of the books I like are:
1. The Harry Potter series
2. Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass
3. The Kingdom of Fantasy series
4. The Chronicles of Narnia
5. Winnie the Pooh and the House at the Pooh Corner
Augustin Q.
All the bright places. The book is amazingly written. I do not recommend for people under 13. I got really attached to the characters, I litterally sobbed while reading the book. It's a romance novel about teens that deal with mental health issues
Kimberley E.
That's a hard question as I love reading so much but my favourite authors are Paige Toon and Martina Cole. Completely different genres but I love 99% of their stuff
Aamirah X.
Definitely something by cressida Cowell, maybe 'The wizards of once'. I love her writing so much and her books have such great plots and enjoyable characters. I could honestly write an essay on why she's my favorite author.
Herbert E.
I don't have a favourite one, there are lots that I adore, but I guess I'll always have a room in my heart for both Harry Potter and Miss Peregrine's home for peculiar children.
Sarah P.
Impossible to answer. There are too many! At the moment I'm reading 'The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue', by V.E. Schwab and it's great.
Annaliese A.
It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover, in my opinion, everyone should read this book, it gives another perspective about abusive family, and what not everyone can see, it's really interesting and the fact that the story was inspired by Colleen Hoover's mom and herself just make the book better.
Donika A.
Think and be rich, I have recently read motivational books that have made me think better, I can not say for sure that it is the best book for this time
Reginald O.
I like all books and I have been starting to read now the book "The little prince"And my favourite book till now has been The black cat .💫
Mathias F.
Do people really have favourite? Books, colours, films, etc… Or are we made to choose one, merely by the cultural norm of being asked what they are?
I find it hard to answer that I have a favourite… I have had different ones at different times perhaps, but, stepping away from the question, I find it impossible to pick a 'favourite'.
So I will just say that Jonathan Livingston Seagull has had a recurring presence in my life, and the reasons for that may be coincidence, or resonance, or more likely a blend of both of those and more.
Hannah E.
I just finished a book called Alex and Eliza. It's a love story about Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler. I'm usually not into historical fiction but I can't resist a good love story! Any Hamilton lover would enjoy this book 📖
Marin O.
I really like The Gilded Ones from Namina Forna, I am also reading Dune from Frank Herbert right now and I also like that, but it might be a bit complicated.
Grace U.
I so not have a particular favourite book but generally speaking I like detective stories. One of my favorite author is Lars Keppler from Sweden. His books keeps me want to finish the book at once.
Sadeer V.
Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen if I had to pick one but I also love the Harry Potter series, the folk of air series and the shadow and bone series
Chloe N.
My favourite book is The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. It is about a man who wakes up the same day for 8 days, but each time in a different body. There are people gathered for a celebration at a house for Evelyn Hardcastle returning home. Every night, Evelyn dies. He must find her killer before the 8 days run out.
Nelly P.
STart with why by Simon sinek, by the way, I should be applying everything I learned in that book in my daily life 🤔 I think my main problem is that I get distracted too easy. I need to focus.
Ma A Z.
Honest illusions by Nora Roberts 😊 it's amazing and magical, so emotional and strong. It can kinda mess with your heart and mind so be prepared, it's long and there's a lot going on. Some people didn't like it because it's extreme so you either love it or hate it (because of some ideas and personalities)
Anna P.
My favourite books are the "Harry Potter" series. My favourite book from the series is "Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince".
M Line E.
Probably book series like Harry Potter or Th Lord of the Rings, one that is far enough from the day to day live to not trigger me thinking about stuff that I already think all day about😯
Noelle Z.
I have MANY fave books but I think one book that I absolutely loved is first any book in the grishaverse ( Leigh Bardugo) on a sun beam ( tillie something ) the hunger games, the selection and many more!
Lucy N.
Ummmm it’s a book I read as a child – the woods at the end of autumn street. It was the first book that made me cry. And you?
Kurt E.
my personal favorite book is the shining by stephen king. I read it first about a year ago and haven’t been able to shake it yet
Amanda O.
The Hate U Give (THUG). It made me cry so much. It is however a very deep topic. So i wouldn’t recommend it for extremely emotional or anxious people.
Nastya U.
I don't really have a favourite, even though I'm a book worm, but I have one advice – never make yourself read books just because they're popular or people will think you're cool and smart if you read it. Reading is about having a good time. It's ok to read "cringy" pulp fiction if it makes you happy. Reading "smart" books is important but you can't learn from them if you're forcing yourself.
Meranda V.
It’s called “The Pot of Gold” unfortunately I don’t remember the name of the author and it has been a while since I read the book. I was actually a teenager when I read it but it has stuck with me
Anne Q.
That's a hard question for me to answer. I read constantly.. about a book a week, sometimes more.
One of my favorites is The Mists of Avalon .
Caelan N.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: by Suzanne Collins, I haven’t quite finished it yet but it’s an amazing read. It’s the prequel to The Hunger Games and it your a fan of the series I would definitely recommend it.
Xenia N.
My favourite book is Stranger by Albert Camus. This book is brilliant. It really makes you rethink your whole life and your believings. As he said "what is truly the meaning of life". The truth is there is no meaning of life.
Felix Z.
Rich Dad Poor Dad. This book allowed me to understand that I don't have to work a normal job my entire life. It also taught me the value of saving, investing, and making wise money moves.
Anya N.
It changes all the time, but I'm loving Devotions by Mary Oliver, a collection of her best poetry! I also highly recommend Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.
Ayesha Z.
The Forty rules of love is my favourite book because EVERY TRUE LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP IS A STORY OF UNEXPECTED TRANSFORMATION…. So when ELLA reads a manuscript about the thirteen century Sufi poet RUMI and SHAMS OF TABRIZ , and his Forty rules of life and love, her world is turned upside down and so on there were many things to love in this magical book
Alexandre U.
My favourite book called “Το Δώρο” and it means “the gift” in Greek. It’s a beautiful book and it has lessons and advices to be happy, simple, honest and helpful to others. It has many small stories that explains you why sometimes you give more attention to things that don’t even matter and guides you how to get rid of it
Sophie G.
It's difficult to pick one book since there is so many greate ones that I had pleasure to read. But first book that comes to my mind it's Harry Potter And Phoenix Order. It was one of the first books that I have lost myself into. It's around 1000 pages and I I was in fourth grade. It was amazing. I have a warm and beautiful memory about this book
Alberte U.
Oh I've got so many.. The Sense of an Ending Where The Crawdads Sing, All The Light We Cannot See, the Harry Potter series, the Kite Runner, and more! A Danish fave is called "Eksil" (I'm Danish).
Hanne Lore T.
I love the percy jackson series and it's really nostalgic for me. Right now though I'm getting into more classics. I think the imagery is really good in the picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar wilde. Oscar wilde was a really cool guy too, he was way ahead of his times.
Sarah N.
Just write what you are experiencing. Even just that you’re not having a good day. But for me the other tasks I have with fabulous always give me something to write about. It’s really just about making it a true habit.
Alter P.
Why should it be one? I get different self accomplishments with each different book. Some are self improvement book which of course are some of my favorites I return to, and then there are the “out of this word” books that boost my imagination to a point…well they take me out of this world. Hehe.
Hope X.
Recently I'm into Stephen King's books, but my all time favourite always will be "The Witcher" series by Andrzej Sapkowski
Aleksandra X.
I'm not sure I have one favourite book. In a different time of my live I have a different favourite book. Some of them are The unfortunate Victor Hugo, Shantaram…
Morgan X.
I don’t have a specific book but the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas is by far my favourite, it’s incredible and I recommend it to anyone who loves an action-packed story with lots of twists and an amazing cast of characters to fall in love with.
Brandon Y.
If you had asked me this a year ago, I would say Outwalkers with no hesitation. Now it’s a tie between that book, the Nick and Charlie series, and On A Sunbeam. Now that I’m writing this, there’s really no need to choose a favourite book. They’re all amazing in different ways and I love those books. I’m currently expanding my reading list so this might change in a few months but these books will always hold a special place in my heart
Sofie B.
Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
It is the book that inspired me to read more about angels. Now I'm currently reading the Fallen series by Lauren Kate.
Mendo P.
When Breath becomes air by Paul Kalanithi.
It is the most beautiful intersection of life and death, chance and choice, art and science.
Maxime O.
My favorite book is The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. It’s an easy read and it’s message is simple but life changing if you apply the teaching to your everyday life. I was suffering from severe depression and chronic illness that made my life feel unlivable. This book brought me back from the brink and I know it can change your life too if you are open and willing.
Hillary O.
I loved reading Howels Moving Castle! It was such an enjoyable read and it made me want to jump into this watercolour fantasy! It was a really easy read, filled with magic and love and friendship, but what made it so interesting was the main character was a strong and passionate girl, and not a weak "damsel in destress" character. The movie by studio ghibli was the reason I wanted to read the book so bad. And I was, and still not, disappointed with either!
Zoey J.
I really like Jude Deveraux’s book, Sweet Liar, which weaves together the 21st century & the 1920s. There’s mystery &, of course, romance.
Romana J.
I think my favorite book would have to be the first book in the Hunger games trilogy or Chamber of secrets from Harry Potter or really half the books I’ve read, cause whenever I read a book I always think it’s my favorite book.
Hugh O.
The hate u give is an amazing book. I love how it challenges racial stereotypes and educates the reader on the daily svenarios a black person faces
Ilan Q.
I love the Divergent series, and my favorite from it is book 2, Insurgent. It's filled with action and really puts you in a different world. Amazing.
Ambrosia G.
My newest favorite book is “Thank and grow rich” by Pam Grout. It helped me discover new ways of using gratitude.

I also love Big magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. This book helped me ponder where inspiration comes from.

Jennifer P.
The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe and The Corduroy Bear( I'm not sure who wrote that one, childhood favorite). The first book I enjoy because it is thought provoking and just makes you wonder if it was insanity that drives his confession or is it guilt, or perhaps the guilt fed his insanity further. The second reminds me of a very happy time and comforts me much like a blanky to a child so I suppose this book is a blanky for my inner child.
Linda F.
Well, I kind of read randomly from time to time… For now, is the one I'm reading 'Killing pheasants' by Jessi Odler Olsen. I like crime and mystery stuff.
Ananya F.
The mountain is you
That's my favourite book
By reading this I got to know my worth , how to control my self from anger how to motivate myself and many more 😁💜
Vicky N.
I really enjoy reading Nicholas Sparks books along with watch the movies from his books. I really like the life lesson and suspense along with the romance. Very easy relaxing read for entertainment.
Evie Z.
I have lots of different books I love. I have to say James Herbert's Shrine was the one book I read when I was a teenager, and I have loved books more and more every day!
Andres U.
Hello, as a bookworm I have read multiple books. The one that has helped me in life, as an 18 y/o teenager, the most is the 7 habits of highly effective teens. it literally tackles anything you might come in contact with during those teen years. It is a personal fave. my favorite book that is not related to life just tends to change from time to time haha. I am reading the HP series rn and I highly recommend it 🙂
Heather C.
Time quake by Kurt Vonnegut. It is beautiful and eloquent funny and just smart. I love The Sirens of Titan, Player Piano and Breakfast of Champions. Kurt was a self proclaimed humanist and loved his sister very dearly. Her epitaph reads “Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt”.
Nadia O.
I'm loving the Bridgerton series at the moment. Also reading 400 Souls, which has been truly fascinating and heartbreaking.
Tony Y.
I’ve started the shadow hunters series recently and I am on the first book but it’s definitely one of my favorite books!
Kurt C.
my favourite book right now is Let It Snow. it is a christmas romance book by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Miracle!
Khushi Y.
my favourite book used to be life of Pi. I like alot of books tho. Haven't really read much for years. that's a pretty short answer I know. I bought life of pi when it came out as it was booked prize? forget struggled to get into it initially then a friend of mine. Deefa borrowed it read it in an afternoon and said it was amazing so I decided to try it again then I read it over a few times. it was quite magical. I like the film for its ethereal quality we saw it at the cinema and it was on TV when I was in hospital but tbf I prefer the book. I like alot of kids books I think I've said this before, like The secret garden. five children and it. Stig of the dump. Railway children. I Read black beauty again last year. I'm still reading the sea the sea. I'm enjoying it just my mind isnt on the job atm.
Soraia F.
Actually I don't think I have only one favourite. I mean I like everything, like every type of book. But I'm a hopeless romantic so nothing I can do there.. Ahah but probably some romance and drama like Nicholas Sparks books or maybe the book "if I stay" which I rly love too. But probably those. The rest I rly like as well but those books I just mentioned are literally amazing.
Abby K.
My favourite book changes but the book I’m reading right now is so good I recommend it, I can’t stop reading it and I only have 100 pages left it’s a book that everyone knows but surpisinly the first time I’m reading it-Hunger Games
Edidiong H.
I don’t have a favourite book at the moment. I am learning to make reading a habit. But I read a book and I did love it— You are Enough by Mandy. I connected to her at different levels and I was inspired
Montana T.
I like non-fiction: workout and diet, self help, Physics, Math, Cooking, amongst others. I don't have a single favourite book
Destynee J.
I don't have a favorite book, but I DO have a favorite series. The Mediator series by Meg Cabot is something I've enjoyed a countless number of times due to its memorable characters and absolute insane twist at the end of the last book. No matter how old I am, this will always be the series that I turn to when I don't know what else to read.
Brierlyn O.
Ohh i have a lot of favs but i’d say any poetry or ya book. i especially like books that focus on mental health:)! but it really depends on what u like!
Alfred W.
Too many options! I have most recently gifted ‘The Midnight Library’ by Matt Haig. I like the way it left me feeling and wanted others I love to feel the same way.
Lea N.
I could not possiply have one favorite book. As I have so many interests. Lately I have read the whole sequence of Outlander and enjoyed it dearly. But I also very much love my "educational" books. Thr once about brewing kombucha, dealing with trigger points, making diy creams, baking gluten-free breads and moving body from the point of understanding the human functional patterns. Love to read, does not have time. Waiting eagerly to do the challenge that teaches how to organize the time in the smart and effective way. 😁
Emily Z.
For me. my favourite books are true crime stories or crime novels. Currently reading a Peter James novel called Dead simple
Mya Y.
I have lots,but my main favourites are The Maze Runner series,Six of Crows duology,Legend series and the Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children series.
Lauren P.
My favourite book is The Bronze Horseman. This book changed everything in my life , especially the way I see it. Happiness is something you can achieve by your choice. And this book taught me this, that I can be happy doing the things I love.
Andrew O.
I haven't read a lot of good books considering I've only started to read this year. But for now my favorite is probably Punk 57
Daniel U.
I can’t have one favorite, haha. Books, songs, art works, places… I have favorites. But the book I read the most and re-read everyday is the Bible. I specially like the ones that tell Jesus’ story and the prophetic books, like Daniel, Ezekiel, Isaiah…
Now, some of the best books (top 5) I’ve read aside from the Bible were: Wonder, by RJ Palacio; The Scent of Rain and Lightning, by Nancy Pickard; The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky; Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock, by Matthew Quick; Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Dafoe; (ok, top 6) The Daring Book for Girls, by Andrea J. Buchanan and Miriam Peskowitz. I added this last one because my uncle gave it to me and for a long time it was the only thing I would read as a child. It taught cool things like how to build a clock, fight moves, ponytails and about awesome women from the past and from nowadays, also about fashion around the world and how to make treasure hunts. I didn’t realize how awesome that book was until a while ago. Anyways, thanks if you read this far. And thanks for asking.
Danny C.
Actually I am learning Dutch so I am going with basic in Dutch book reading like Sherlock holmes and some of the books that I had read in English .
Valerie U.
I don't have one, because I don't really like to read.
But I do have some favourites, books about winter magic and fantasy animals.
I read more trend magazines ✌🏻
Emma N.
Spoon Fed by Tim Spector is an amazing, science based book about nutrition, the food industry and how we are all individual with individual diet and lifestyle needs – one size does not fit all!
Benjamin Z.
I think I don't still have a favourite book because I still read very less. But if I have to say what my favorite is I might have 2-3 books to pick which are:IKIGAI, HOME BODY (POERTY) and MILK AND HONEY(ALSO POETRY).
I honestly can't choose which one of those are my favourite.
Anna B.
I dont have one even IF I read a lot. I just think you get something out of a book even IF you dont like it. What is a favourite book? A book you want to read more than one time? I can like an author, and a book, se it's qualities. But would never limit my selfe to one book. So no. Many books and worlds I like to spend time in.
Mimi N.
The things you can see only when you slow down by Haemin Sunim simply because it’s the first mindfulness book I’ve read and shared with someone, but also because of it’s content and message .it’s truly helped me a lot .
Dani Lle Q.
Harry potter and the deadly hallows is my favourite book because it brings harry's journey in hogwarts into a conclusion but its not the end of his adventure.
Tristan W.
It really depends. There are books made to teach and there are books made to tell a story. And a lot of the times, they work best if they're part of a series, or if you actively seek the ones on the same topic or in the same genre.
But if maximum entertainment in one singular book is what you want, then the "choose your own adventure" genre is the best! Some of them are even parodies of classic works like Romeo And/Or Juliet, and To Be Or Not To Be
Ritika E.
I love many books be it METAMORPHOSIS or IKIGAI but the book I keep reminiscing time and again is The Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner. Call them my favorite.
Irene O.
I have so many favourite books that it is almost impossible to choose just one. But if I had to say one, it would be Holes. I can read that book again & again.
Zoey U.
I don't really have one… But the ones I have recently read and definitely enjoyed include 'The last', 'The maze runner' trilogy and 'Song of Achilles'. Right now I'm reading 'Truly devious' and feel like it's going to be one of my favorites 🙂
Ethel C.
My favourite book at the moment is 'One of us is lying' by Karen M Manus. I'm currently reading this book and so far it has been interesting.
Teka T.
Dork, because it talks about bullying but she have 2 bffs and 1 sister and her only crrush. I avoide you to read the story.
Amy O.
My favourite book is The Hunger Games: Catching Fore because there's so much drama and really like the story of Katniss Everdeen and her personal issue with PTSD as she deals with the traumatic losses and her love triangle with Peeta and Gale.
Josselino F.
A book I can always fall back on is ; The Perks of being Wallflower. Such a well written book. Although i dont have a favorite book, John Green is a favorite author of mine
Crispiana Z.
I don’t really have a favorite book but i really liked the dosshi kojon by jafor iqbal after seeing my neighbour reading it lol
Teresa Y.
My favorite book so far is Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood: it's really introspective, I love the way you can learn more and more about the main character while reading, you can learn the reasons that brought her to do certain things; there is also ambiguity which is frustrating but interesting and wonderful. And last but not least it focuses on the reality women had to live in during the 18th century: it's feminist in its own way AND it's written by a feminist I respect and admire.
Sienna E.
This is a really hard question haha, I would have to say the best book I have read was “The pact” by Jodi Picoult, I loved it because it was so interesting and you could really feel the emotion of what the characters were feeling, it had plot-twists and kept you reading, however if you do not like themes of depression/suicide/murder then I do not recommend.