Journey to Ixitlan by Carlos Castenada
"A Hero for Our Time" Mikhail Lermontov
Elaine, "Little Big" by John Crowley.
Saroo Brierley's "A Long Way Home". It's a really interesting autobiography, I love it.
Wizzard of Ozz
I just recently read a really good book called
"The Third Twin"
You should try it :)
I am very fond of South Wind by Norman Douglas (1910). I've read it three times.
I personally don't have a favorite, but I can tell you two in particular that I really like. Z for Zachariah by Robert C. O'Brien and The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. You can already tell they'll both be good; such symbolic titles!
The Eleventh Commandment...Jeffery Archer.
south of the border, west of the sun by haruki murakami
Miss peregrines home for peculiar children.
"The Gulag Archipelago", by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. 1975 Nobel Prize for Literature.
A song of ice and fire
A thousand splendid suns
I'm not sure.
in praise of idleness
Catch-22. It's the first and only book that has consistently made me laugh out loud while leaving me awestruck by the quality of the writing. Pure genius.
Have read too many good books to have a favorite.
Silas Marner, by George Eliot (published in 1861)
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between plague by Albert Camus or Against Nature by JK Huysmans they are both so very good
Thomasina by the authour Paul Gallico.
Jennie by the authour Paul Gallico.
LadyHawke by Joan.D.Vinge.
There are alot of great books.
Go to a bookstore and buy books.
Bible the most non religious book would be Clan of the Cave Bear, Mosquito Coast, The many books on the Permian Extinction, Almost Adam (fun novel) Jimmy Carter Novel on the Revolution War and The Children War
The History of everything, Walk in the woods Bill Bryson Ancient History up to Rome
Of Mice and Men
I don't read a book, the book reads me
My favorite books come out of childhood.
I'm very fond of Tolkiens work, and I found all of them to be great.
I loved The Lord of the Ring the most, but The Simarillion was amazing and complements the first two installments tremendusly.
Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
The Harlequin series by Bernard Cornwell
Three Men in s Boat by Jerome K. Jerome. Funniest book ever.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo, is considered a classic, for excellent reasons.
Likewise for Don Quixote. They have endured for decades or CENTURIES, because they are simply that good.
This is a tough one. I'd have to boil it down to a few ...
1- The Count of Monte Cristo
2- Robin Hood
4- Dorian Grey
5- Harry Potter (series)
6- The Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
7- Phantom of the Opera
8- Jane Eyre
The Red Sailor by Patrick O`Hara
I really like the witches by Roald dahl
Chronicles of Narnia.
The books that made me fall in love with books and reading it had a huge impact on me as a reader were:
As a child or teenager:
Buffalo Gal by Bill Wallace
The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Spears
The Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott Odell
Across Five April's by Irene Hunt
Rifles for Waite - can't remember the author now
As a teenager/adult
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Pride and Prejudice both Jane Austen
Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky
There are many more, but I wouldn't be able to fit them all in.
Nonfiction: "The Path of the Higher Self;" "West with the Night."
Fiction: "The Great Divorce;"
The King James Bible.
Hard to say I haven't read in a while
Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls
'The Mists of Avalon' by Bradley.
The whole Twilight Saga
A Long Way Gone by Ismael Beah.
A true story about the author's experience as a boy soldier.
Harry Potter forever
American Sniper, Chris Kyle
Trumpet of the Swan by E.B. White. One of my favorite books i read as a child, and it is still one of my favorites.
I can't really say.
A Monster Calls is soo sad!
Afterworld's by Scott Westerfield
Honestly if you haven't read it, give it a shot.
Pretty much two stories in one.
to kill a mockingbird
the best seller for years the "Bible"
'Helter Skelter'. I read it over and over, along with similar books, asking 'why, why, why' would anyone do anything so imbecilic, cruel, stupid, and revolting. No answer, yet.
"Stranger in a Strange Land", by Robert Heinlein
Diary of a Wimpy Kid