Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson
The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
I'm glad to see someone else has read Canticle for Leibowitz. :)
what a fantastic book right!?! :D
Master and Margarita- Mihail Bulgakov
Aleph and other stories- Jorge Luis Borges
The Waves- Virginia Woolf
Locus Solus- Raymond Roussel
The Aspern Papers- Henry James
This are first ones that come to my mind now. Tomorrow my answer would probably be different, but they would be classics anyway.
1. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?--Phillip K. ****
2. The Stand---Stephen King
3. Jurassic Park--Michael Crichton
4. Communion---Whitley Streiber
5. The Color Purple---Alice Walker
Hard to narrow it down to just 5
"The Breach" (Trilogy) by Patrick Lee
"Falling" by Christopher Pike
"It" by Stephen King
"Wildwood" by John Farris
"Sole Survivor" by Dean Koontz
tuesdays with morrie
anne of green gables
Men are from mars women are from venus
Human nature and development by hurlock =)
1. Time Traveler's Wife, by Audrey Niffenegger - best time travel desc
2. Without Remorse, by Tom Clancy - liked all of his books, but is still his best.
3. Memoirs of a Geisha, by Arthur Golden - Wonderfully desc
4. It, by Stephen King - after reading about Pennywise you'll never see clowns in the same light
5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson - great novel (with the 2 sequels) and much better than Hunger Games.
harry potter - was a fun till it stopped doing it for me;twilight - not even close to ever bein an option!got tired of readin the popular options even though they are good...
am suggesting the mystery,detective,crime,who-dunnit phenomena....it always get me hooked on a holiday...lets see, since we're listing favorites here I'd have to say
And then there were none by Agatha Christie
The Murder of Roger AcKroyd by Agatha Christie
Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie
Along Came a Spider by James Patterson
Body of Evidence by Patricia Cornwell
am greatly hinting at an Agatha Christie..u can never go wrong with her books!?
Call of Cthulhu, (Or anything by Lovecraft)
The Cask of Amontillado is a good short story by Edgar Allan Poe
Stephen King books, in general,
If you like Shakespeare then King Lear, and Macbeth are my favorites of his,
Dracula, and Dracula's Guest, (A short story collection by Bram Stoker)
Frankenstein is also a great read if you've never had the pleasure.
Pride & Prejudice
Bid Time Return, (Somewhere in Time was ba
Ill skip naming the popular ones I like, but if you haven't you really should read Harry Potter.
1. John Dies at the End
2. Interview with a Vampire (Anne Rice series they are all really good)
3. Trolls eye view (if you like fairy tales)
4. The Knife of never letting go (another series)
6. Under the Dome
7. How to disappear completely and Never be Found
Okay maybe more than 5 but I couldn't choose and wanted to give variety haha
A World Away by Stewart Onan
The Civil War Series by James Reasoner
50 Shades of grey by E.L. James
Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
Tall dark & deadly by some chick author I cant remember
The Magicans and The Magican King by Lev Groosman
The Stand by Stephen King
Dune by Frank Herbert
Into Thin Air and Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer
full dark no stars (stephen king < collection of 4 short stories all amazing!)
The Woman in Black
The Shadow over Innsmouth
If you don't like horror, ignore my suggestions. ;)
Down To This: Squalor and Splendour in a Big City Shanty Town, by Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall This was a quirky book about a reporters commitment to live in Toronto's famous Tent City. It was a great book.
The Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon, loads of time travel, over the entire searies.
The Help, just plain fun (forgot the author)
The Memory Palace by Mira Bartok. the sad truth of one childs account of living with a mentallly ill mother.
Guilty Wives by James Pattersons this was an excellent thriller kind of story about a group of women in jail... no I am not all about jail hehehehe
Forget You Had A Daughter: Doing Time in the Bangkok Hilton... one young womans account in a foreighn Jail in Bankok. This was not a pleasing read, it was a good read but insanely disturbing.
I refrained from telling you about the books I have read on Bikers hehehehe ;) do enjoy, honestly "Down to this" was probably my most fave read albiet quirky
In no partiuclar order:
Green Angel by Alice Hoffman
In the Forests of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Any Ellen Hopkins book
Kissed by an Angel by Elizabeth Chandler
ahh how can I choose??! well here are a few... not sure what genres you like though
Pride & Prejudice
Treasures of the Snow
Heidi (I know its kind of a kids book but I still love it!!)
Chronicles of Narnia
what are some of yours?
Hell House, Odd Thomas (book 1) The Long Walk (Stephen King), The Hobbit, The Haunting of Hill House
You're welcome. In my opinion, The Hobbit is better than The Fellowship of the Ring. But you may like that one, as well.
eragon trilogy, the pearl, 48 laws of power, house of leaves, the illiad
no problem, all of them are from different genres so hopefully you'll find one you like.
Anything by Stephen King, Clive Barker or Dean Koontz. Well, most anything. And that's if you're into that type of book.