Tell us about a book you can read again and again without getting bored — what is it that speaks to you?

Growing up, we didn't have much money so I did spend a lot of time reading my beloved books over and over again. The Black Stallion series was one that was re-read at least a dozen times, reading those moments of the Black thundering down the finish line never got old. I also loved my Camber of Culdi sci-fi/fantasy series and I spent hours re-reading Kathryn Kurtz's imaginary world where somewhere in a land far away, in medieval times, there lived a race of Deryni, humans gifted with extrasensory abilities and talents and normal, run of the mill, humans. The Deryni came to be persecuted for being and existing, like witches, and religion dominated the times. There was Agatha Christie as well, I could never get enough of her. Basically from a very young age, as long as there were words attached to a page, I read it and I never cared if I had read it before, the words were there and I had to read them.

Nowadays, I have so much to read, I don't have the time to re-read anything unless it is Greek Mythology, I know all of the stories but I never tire of reading them over and over again. It is still one of my favorite subjects.

Powered by Plinky