Sometimes, you close a book with the distinct feeling that you'll only truly get it if you read it again, preferably right away. Of course you don't, since there are twenty other books waiting. So, you tell yourself, you'll save it for a time when you'll be able to truly appreciate it.
Some time later, you're about to write a review, and you still didn't get the time for a second reading. And you know that, while there are a thousand things you want to say about this book, you'll probably miss the most important one, since you don't know it yet.
-Jakob Schmidt, a review at SF Site
The two books that I’ve read lately that jumped into my mind are Kafka on the Shore and to a slightly lesser extent, City of Saints and Madmen. What comes to mind when you read it?
On a related note, this is yet another reason why I simply must read Vellum soon.