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Charles Reace

Based simply on the number of times I've re-read them, I'd have to go with the original 5-book "Amber" series by Roger Zelazny, starting with "Nine Princes in Amber" and ending with "The Courts of Chaos." If I've read them twice (and I have), then I've read them at least 30 times -- seriously!

Honorable mention goes to "Good Omens" by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. I don't think I've quite made it to double-digits yet in number of times read.