• Misery by Stephen King.
  • The Virginia Andrews books, they are amazing! I love them!
  • Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig. A memoir re one man's search for philosophical methodology (in micro) and the meaning of life (macrologically speaking). I am on the third read of this one now. I've always thought that I would come back to in in different phases of life, as I've thought it would speak to me differently with different life experiences. It is, in fact, a great book. However, this time, with my brain in its 40's I think I have gotten all out of it that there is for me. In some ways I'm in shock. To be, apparently, "getting" it on a level I never have before, and also to feel like I am finally done with it. It is like an old friend and I will keep it with me always, however.
  • -Any of the Alex Rider series books (Except the latest one, Snakehead, which I am reading right now) -The Falcon's Malteser -Public Enemy Number 2 -I Know What You Did Last Wednesday -To Kill A Mockingbird -The Odyssey -Iliad -As you like it -Looking For Alaska -That Was Then, This Is Now -The Outsiders -The Giver -The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe -Prince Caspian -The Last Battle -Green Eggs and Ham -Jurassic Park -Ghost Hunting -Lord Of The Flies -Fat Kid Rules The World -Moby Dick -Sherlock Holmes -The Long Road Home -On the Banks Of Plum Creek There are others, but I can't remember :-)
  • All the Terry Goodkind books
  • As a child, I read Charlotte's Web at least once a year. I've read several Stephen King books more than once as well as The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. I've also read The Catcher in the Rye several times.
  • The Bible Arnold, The Education of a Bodybuilder Meet The Holy Spirit by Dr. Jack Hyles I Dare You by William H. Danforth
  • The Green Mile Little Women The Shining The Hobbit The BFG (lol)
  • Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, too often to remember; most of Will Shakespeare's plays, often; Many of C. Dickens' works; all of Herman Melville's books, twice at least; Most of Hemingway's books (at least twice); most of Fitzgerald, twice or more; Steinbeck (all, three or more times); Tom Wolf, two of them twice; James Michener, three of them twice. Many more. I am an old guy, zazzy_one,..and I inhale books....
  • 1) Failing Forward by John C. Maxwell 2) Paul, A Man of Grace & Grit 3) Joseph both by Charles R. Swindoll 4)Hind's feet in High Places 5)God Calling by Two Listeners Just to name a few...
  • anything by Stuart MacLean
  • Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey Apprentice Adept seires by Piers Anthony The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny
  • Also, the Little Prince, in French and English.
  • The Bible, Robin Hobb books, a few by Terry Brooks. I've got a whole stack of books about living in the wilderness or exploring the Far North, living in Alaska or on islands in Maine, that I love to read again and again. I even read them out loud to my husband and we drive around together as we both enjoy them.
  • Trainspotting. I've also mentioned it more then once. Also Bram Stoker's Dracula.
  • Swan Song by Robert R. McCammon Firestarter by Stephen King
  • Which makes me think of McKewan. Is this one you've read. NEVER read better psychological fiction than his "Saturday," about one day in a neuro surgeon's life and the specificity with which he sees things and thinks about them. I was sad to find out after I'd read the book that Mcewan had recently died since, of course, that closes the set of his fiction.
  • 'Prodigal Summer' by Barbara Kingsolver 'Dreamsnake' by Vonda McIntyre 'The Prophet' by Kahlil Gibran 'Women Who Run With the Wolves' by Clarissa Pinkola-Estes The Obernewtyn Chronicles by Isobelle Carmody
  • I have read and reread almost everything Stephen King has ever written. Also, the Harry Potter books, and loads of "living abroad" books like Under the Tuscan Sun and a Year in Provence.
  • a child called IT Good night Mr Tom Ladykillers Jacquiline Wilson books Call me Elizabeth dont tell Mummy and lots more
  • The Harry Potter series The Lord Of The Rings series Enders game Enders shadow This isn't a book, rather a fanfiction-The denarian renegade. On the otherhand, I'm currently reading the "Culture series", by Lain M. Banks, and loving it! I had to download it because no store had the first two books in print!
  • “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand “The Sound and the Fury” by William Faulkner “El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha” by Miguel de Cervantes Sasvedra “Leaves of Grass” by Walt Whitman And I know this is silly and they are not books but Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Family Circle, and Good Housekeeping magazines are monthly required reading for me by my wife.
  • Skipping Christmas by John Grisham. I read it every year.

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