I am a lifelong avid reader and I have a slew of books that I regularly re-read. Most are fiction. I read a lot of non-fiction in the course of doing research on the First World War and the Anglo-Boer War but I consider that research, not 'reading'. I think the only non-fiction I regularly read is William Manchester's Goodbye Darkness. i find it a compelling account of the war experience of a citizen soldier. In a similar vein, though a different war and a different location, I will occasionally re-read Robert Graves' Goodbye to All That. In a lighter vein, I re-read quite a few works of popular fiction (in no particular order)... James Michener, The Covenant James Clavell, Shogun and Taipan Kenneth Roberts, The Northwest Passage Edward Rutherfurd, Sarum Mika Waltari, The Egyptian Nicholas Monserrat, The Cruel Sea Josephine Tey, The Daughter of Time Paul Doherty, An Ancient Evil Michael Sahara, The Killer Angels I've read all of these numerous times...I haven't kept count. And I'm fond of good satire or dark humour, so these get re-read as well: Tom Sharpe, Indecent Exposure Tom Sharpe, Riotous Assembly Tom Sharpe, The Throwback George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman and the Dragon Carl Hiaasen, Stormy Weather Carl Hiaasen, Lucky You Victor Gischler, Gun Monkeys And a bit of science fiction: Joe Haldiman, The Forever War Robert Heinlein, Starship Troopers Victor Gischler, Go-go Girls of the Apocalypse And of course my favourite P.G. Wodehouse short story: Goodbye to All Cats. There's others but I figured this list is long enough.