• To kill a mockingbird, Moby Dick, Where the red fern grows, The shinning and The green mile
  • At the moment I'd say: The Collected Poems of Ivor Gurney, George Mackay Brown, RS Thomas and Norman McCaig. Plus a good dictionary.
  • Webster's New World Dictionary National Geographic Atlas of the World Prescription for Nutritional Healing Pilgrim at Tinker's Creek by Annie Dillard The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran (Good question!)
  • Dictionary Gone With The Wind Catcher In The Rye Re-member Winnie The Pooh
  • The NIV bible, The Big Book of Flower Gardening, Louisiana Gardener's Guide, Rachael Ray's 365 No Repeats, and my bird watching field guide.
  • The Bible, the Tao, The Universe In A Single Adam by the Dalai Lamma, James and the Giant Peach (for the kids), and Tantric Love Techniques (for the wife and I).
  • 1-It, by Stephen King. 2-Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, by Hunter S. Thompson. 3-The Complete Collected Works Of Edgar Allan Poe. 4-The Stand, by Stephen King. 5-1984, by George Orwell.
  • The Measure of a Man - Sidney Poitier I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Maya Angelou Black Boy - Richard Wright Native Son - James Baldwin The Koran
  • A thesaurus The Bible Atlas Shrugged To Kill a Mockingbird The latest book by WEB Griffin
  • Bible Book of Mormon Blood & Chocolate Perfect Nightmare Dictionary
  • My 5 Books - Just the 5 that spring to mind for something like this. The Story Of O - by Some French woman can't remember her name Jonathan Livingston Seagull - by Richard Bach The Woman's Room - by Marilyn French The Master Key System (The Law Of Attraction) - by Charles F Haanel Linda Goodman's Star Signs - by Linda Goodman
  • The Bible The Republic by Plato The Collected Works by William Shakespeare The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien TWELVE CENTURIES OF ENGLISH POETRY AND PROSE [Unabridged] [Hardcover] by... ALPHONSO GERALD NEWCOMER AND ALICE E. ANDREWS
  • The Bible Bad Land Devil in White City Dishwasher One Tyler Hicks book
  • On the Road by Kerouac The Dharma Bums by Kerouac Walden by Thoreau 1984 by Orwell The Tao Te Ching by Lao-Tzu
  • 1) Nietzsche: Ecce Homo 2) Camus: The Stranger 3) Sartre: The Nausea 4) Kafka: The Metamorphosis 5) any dictionary (that was fun - thanks) ;-)
  • The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath The Age of Innocence - Edith Wharton Breakfast at Tiffany's - Truman Capote A Tree Grows in Brooklyn - Betty Smith Can You Keep a Secret? - Sophie Kinsella (gotta throw something girly and light in there)
  • A large Webster's dictionary A bible The Dictionary of Art by Jane Turner (26+ vols) Martin Heideggers Sein und Zeit (Being and Time) James Joyce's Finnegans Wake The two last books can keep you occupied for 25 years at least. And I would need a great supply of ink and paper.
  • Sports Almanacs 2009-2013
  • The Bible Asian Health Secrets Between Heaven and Earth Staying Healthy With the Seasons Hot Springs in the West
  • It would have more than 5 books. But if 5 is a must then I would say silver metal lover by Tanith Lee, Winter Rose by Patrica Mckillip, Tolkien's lord of the rings, book on buddhism by Dalai Lama and a psychic development book.
  • Faith of the Fallen, by Terry Goodkind; Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury; Wicked, by Gregory McGuire; The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne; and Big Fish, by Daniel (I think thats his first name) Wallace
  • Slaughterhouse Five, Catch-22, From the Corner of His Eye, Summerhouse, and Love in the Time of Cholera.
  • 1. Gravity's Rainbow 2. Don Quixote 3. The Catcher in the Rye 4. Ulysses 5. The Recognitions
  • 1) Complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica (counts as one in my book) 2) Dictionary 3) Harry Potter Book 7 4) Evidence Explained by Hill 5) Any of the Diana Tregarde books by Mercedes Lackey

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