"It" by Stephen King. A truly wonderful story, not quite a 5 star for me as I found some of the "It" scenes reading a bit cheesy not to mention I take issues when descriptiveness takes more pages than actual plot, but still a really great story :)
I love reading books again and again. It's like coming back to old friends. And you will always notice something new or make a new connection that you hadn't thought of before. Even if the world in that book is always the same, the reader is not, thus the story will always grow.
In a stunning collection of essays, Leslie Jamison scrutinizes pain — both how we feel it ourselves and how we perceive and understand it in others. As befits its subject, The Empathy Exams is both intellectually thrilling and compassionate.