As someone who will pretty much read anything once (love the books!), I still have those favorite few that I go back to time and again. Of course, I have my most favorite ever, that I rank at the top. But the others are really in no particular order.
1. The Chosen - Chaim Potok 2. Dragons of Autumn Twilight - Tracy Hickman and Margaret Wise 3. The Historian - Elizabeth Kostova 4. Bridget Jones' Diary - Helen Fielding 5. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - JK Rowling 6. Ghostlight - Marion Zimmer Bradley 7. Second Glance - Jodi Picoult 8. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams (no thanks to MIB, of course) 9. Guess How Much I Love You - Sam McBratney (yes it's a kid's book, but I LOVE it) 10. The Copper Beech - Maeve Binchy
Post by Man in Black on Aug 5, 2008 0:47:03 GMT -5
Way too hard to decide and I may have to change these lol...
10. [[Summer of the Monkeys]] - Wilson Rawls -9. [[Startide Rising]] - David Brin -8. [[Little House on the Prairie]] - Laura Ingalls Wilder -7. [[Star of Gypsies]] - Robert Silverberg -6. [[The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]] (series) - Douglas Adams -5. [[The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle]] - Hugh Lofting -4. [[Way of the Pilgrim]] - Gordon R. Dickson -3. [[The Worthing Saga]] - Orson Scott Card -2. [[The Speaker for the Dead]] - Orson Scott Card -1. [[Ender's Game]]/[[Ender's Shadow]] - Orson Scott Card
...still looking for intelligent life on THIS planet...
1. Angels & Demons (Dan Brown) 2. Digital Fortress (Dan Brown) 3. Harry Potter - Philosopher's Stone (J.K.Rowling) 4. 5. 6. Goosebumps (Three Books With Alternative Paths & Endings - Don't remember the names) 7. Harry Potter - Azkaban's Prisioner (J.K.Rowling) 8. Conspiracy (Dan Brown) 9. Harry Potter - The Chamber Of Secrets (J.K.Rowling) 10. Tower Of The Dragon (GhosTTerroR)
That is a super hard list! In my tired state I guess I'd say
The Holy Bible King of the Wind The adventures of Dr. Dolittle Ender's Game Lord of the Rings -trilogy plus The Hobbit Chronichles of Narnia Fantastic Mr Fox A Wrinkle In Time Homeward Bound Alex, the Life of a Child
I admit, I love the middle school reading level books and the Bible! I can't help it...