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What Are Your Top Five Books Of All Time?

My list is a mix of new and exciting thriller action mixed with a classic and then some naughty bedtime fun, if you haven't read these five books in your life then you haven't lived a life;
1. The Enemy Within by Connor Fitzgerald
2. In Each Other We Trust by Connor Fitzgerald
3. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
4. A Brave New Squad by Connor Fitzgerald
5. My Story (confessions of a seductress) by Nicci Greene

Do yourself a favour and read any two out of my top five and they will be in your top books, I guarantee it!
collegeprofesser collegeprofesser 41-45, M 23 Responses Feb 19, 2012

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I can only choose five? Mostly romance & teen romance but I love scifi too

Jane Eyre - Charlette Bronte
Persuassion - Jane Austen
Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card

looking for alaska by john green
sketches by eric walters
miss peregrine's home for peculiar children by ransom riggs
paper towns by john green
and of course harry potter by jk rowling

My favorites.


1. 14 by Peter Clines
2. The Belgariad Series
3. The Mallorean series
4. Dragonlance Legends series
5. Tripwire by Lee Child

It is awesome to see a fellow Eddings fan.

Too broad a category. For my five favorite modern novels, however, and not in any particular order:

1. James Joyce, "Dubliners"
2. Leslie Marmon Silko, "Ceremony"
3. W.S. Merwin, "The Folding Cliffs" (written in verse, but I count it as a novel)
4. John Kennedy Toole, "A Confederacy of Dunces"
5. Flannery O'Connor, "A Good Man is Hard to Find"

Yes I might probably include To Kill A Mockingbird in my bookshelf very soon this year. But I've got so many readings undone yet!<br />
5.Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte<br />
4.the whole series of Harry Potter<br />
3. Around the World in 80 Days or Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne<br />
2. A Wrinkle In Time by Madeline L'Engle<br />
1. Sherlock Holmes

I like your list.

My Favorites are:

Vampire Diaries- L.J. Smith

Secret Circle- L.J. Smith

Rainmaker- John Grisham

Angels and Demons

Hunger Games

1. Mireille by Frederic Mistral
2. Justine by De Sade
3. Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
4. Germinal by Hugo
5. Lady Chatterley's Lover by D H Lawrence

I've read To kill a Mocking Bird. That's a great story about the south and coming of age.

1. The catcher in the rye by J.D Salinger<br />
2. The things they carried by Tim O' Brien <br />
3.The perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky <br />
4.Justice by Faye Kellerman<br />
5.Bergdorfboy by Scott Alexander Hess

Great top five but have you read any Connor Fitzgerald?

Nope, I haven't. I'll look into it. What do you recommend?

A Brave New Squad by Connor Fitzgerald is the best one to start with

1. Catcher in The Rye by J.D Salinger<br />
2. 1984 by Geroge Orwell<br />
3. The Knife of Never Letting Go- Patrick Ness<br />
4. Sherlock Holmes - A Study in Scarlett - Arthur Conan Doyle <br />
and last but not least 5. Harry Potter and the Philospher's Stone. the book I grew up with and introduced me to reading.

Good old JK Rowling

Fifty Shades of Greene by Nicci Greene followed by Connor Fitzgerald's B-Squad books and then Immediate Action by Andy McNabb

Most current favourites:<br />
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"1984"- George Orwell<br />
"A Brave New World"- Aldous Huxley<br />
"The Last Crossing"- Guy Vanderhaeghe<br />
"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"- Ken Kesey<br />
"The Poisonwood Bible"- Barbara Kingsolver

Connor Fitzgerald's B-Squad books would be my top three followed by Andy McNabb and then Chris Ryan

Wrong order professor!<br />
1. The Enemy Within - Fitzgerald<br />
2. In Each Other We Trust - Fitzgerald<br />
3. A Brave New Squad - Fitzgerald<br />
4. Immediate Action - McNabb<br />
5. Black Hawk Down - Bowden<br />
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Ofcourse my list may change if Connor Fitzgerald releases any more action thrillers

If you will permit me:<br />
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1. Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad<br />
2. The Cruel Sea - Nicholas Monserrat<br />
3. Women in Love - D.H. Lawrence<br />
4. The Catcher in the Rye - J. D. Salinger<br />
5. The Bourne Identity - Robert Ludlum<br />
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Thanks for your indulgence!

Needful Things - Stephen King<br />
The Millenium Trilogy - Stieg Larsson<br />
Play Dead - Richard Montanari<br />
One Day - David Nicholls<br />
Geralds Game - Stephen King<br />
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xx

mine are:<br />
To Kill a Mockingbird<br />
Maximum Ride<br />
Vladimir Tod<br />
The Giver<br />
100 Ways to Die<br />
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if you like reading so much, you should check out this awesome website!<br />
http://100waystodie.webs.com/

if you enjoy books meaning you find happiness with it and it helps alot of things to us and i do read different genre all that makes myself hooked is good enough so i guess you are talented and smart woman to love reading books...

Great Top 5, you really know your books!

Great Top 5, you really know your books!

My husband loves Connor Fitzgerald books but my top five would have more by Nicci Greene and Cecelia Ahern

Excellent top 5. I would definately have Connor Fitzgerald's action thrillers in any top 5 but would also add in Immediate Action by Andy McNabb at number 4 and I would definately agree with a Nicci Greene at number 5 but mine would be confessions of a swinger

To Kill a Mockingbird is a favourite of mine. Haven't read any of the others.

You are in for a treat when you do