OK, I’ll Bite

Got this from looney via nobody.

1. The Da Vinci Code (Dan Brown) READ – Like eating potato chips, you don’t want to but can’t stop
2. Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen) again and again
3. To Kill A Mockingbird (Harper Lee) Read at least twice, one of the best of all time
4. Gone With The Wind (Margaret Mitchell) again & again before age 30, not since
5. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (Tolkien) AGAIN & AGAIN
6. The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (Tolkien) AGAIN & AGAIN
7. The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers (Tolkien) AGAIN & AGAIN
8. Anne of Green Gables (L.M. Montgomery) again & again
9. Outlander (Diana Gabaldon)
10. A Fine Balance (Rohinton Mistry)
11. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Rowling) twice, soon to be third
12. Angels and Demons (Dan Brown)
13. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Rowling) twice, soon to be third
14. A Prayer for Owen Meany (John Irving) tried, bogged down
15. Memoirs of a Geisha (Arthur Golden) read, great
16. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Rowling) again & again
17. Fall on Your Knees(Ann-Marie MacDonald)
18. The Stand (Stephen King) READ / Ehh. beginning was great, got ridiculous
19. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Rowling) READ, my favorite so far
20. Jane Eyre (Charlotte Bronte)again & again
21. The Hobbit (Tolkien) again & again, but not as often as LOTR
22. The Catcher in the Rye (J.D. Salinger) at least twice, recently, holds up for me as one of the best
23. Little Women (Louisa May Alcott) again & again
24. The Lovely Bones (Alice Sebold) have avoided because don’t want to read the beginning
25. Life of Pi (Yann Martel) started, liked it, but bogged down
26. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams)
27. Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte) again & again
28. The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (C. S. Lewis) several times
29. East of Eden (John Steinbeck) have always avoided Steinbeck, but have read parts of it
30. Tuesdays with Morrie (Mitch Albom)
31. Dune (Frank Herbert) again & again
32. The Notebook (Nicholas Sparks)
33. Atlas Shrugged (Ayn Rand) read it HATED IT
34. 1984 (Orwell) Read, perfecto
35. The Mists of Avalon (Marion Zimmer Bradley) Read it, loved it
36. The Pillars of the Earth (Ken Follett)
37. The Power of One (Bryce Courtenay)
38. I Know This Much is True (Wally Lamb) Read it, liked it
39. The Red Tent (Anita Diamant) want to
40. The Alchemist (Paulo Coelho) tried, bogged down, may try again
41. The Clan of the Cave Bear (Jean M. Auel) read it, read ’em all
42. The Kite Runner (Khaled Hosseini) Want to
43. Confessions of a Shopaholic (Sophie Kinsella)
44. The Five People You Meet In Heaven (Mitch Albom) the very concept gags me
45. The Bible most of it at one time or another
46. Anna Karenina (Tolstoy) Again and Again Jen
47. The Count of Monte Cristo (Alexandre Dumas)
48. Angela’s Ashes (Frank McCourt) READ it, cried and cried
49. The Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck) prolly read it, at least parts of it, Depressing
50. She’s Come Undone (Wally Lamb) Read it, liked it
51. The Poisonwood Bible (Barbara Kingsolver) read it, loved it
52. A Tale of Two Cities (Dickens) one of the few Dickens I’ve not read
53. Ender’s Game (Orson Scott Card) READ, loved it, read sequels
54. Great Expectations (Dickens) Read it loved it, always say “aged P” now
55. The Great Gatsby (Fitzgerald) read it, what can I say, humbling for a writer
56. The Stone Angel (Margaret Laurence)
57. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Rowling) again & again
58. The Thorn Birds (Colleen McCullough) want to
59. The Handmaid’s Tale (Margaret Atwood)
60. The Time Traveller’s Wife (Audrew Niffenegger) have it, haven’t read it yet
61. Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoyevsky) at least twice, awe-inspiring, incredible
62. The Fountainhead (Ayn Rand) read it, hated it
63. War and Peace (Tolsoy) Again & again Jen
64. Interview With The Vampire (Anne Rice) Read it, didn’t like it
65. Fifth Business (Robertson Davis)
66. One Hundred Years Of Solitude (Gabriel Garcia Marquez) READ it, blown right away
67. The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants (Ann Brashares) read it and sequels though not that impressed
68. Catch-22 (Joseph Heller) read it, hilarious, life-changing
69. Les Miserables (Hugo)
70. The Little Prince (Antoine de Saint-Exupery) read it, en francaise
71. Bridget Jones’ Diary (Fielding)
72. Love in the Time of Cholera (Marquez) WANT TO
73. Shogun (James Clavell) Want to
74. The English Patient (Michael Ondaatje) Read it, wonderful
75. The Secret Garden (Frances Hodgson Burnett)again & again
76. Tigana (Guy Gavriel Kay) read it twice, I agree, wonderful
77. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith) read it, liked it
78. The World According To Garp (John Irving) TRIED & failed
79. The Diviners (Margaret Laurence)
80. Charlotte’s Web (E.B. White) again & again
81. Not Wanted On The Voyage (Timothy Findley)
82. Of Mice And Men (Steinbeck)
83. Rebecca (Daphne DuMaurier) again & again
84. Wizard’s First Rule (Terry Goodkind)
85. Emma (Jane Austen) again & again
86. Watership Down (Richard Adams) Read, loved
87. Brave New World (Aldous Huxley) Read, ho-hum
88. The Stone Diaries (Carol Shields) read it, great book
89. Blindness (Jose Saramago)
90. Kane and Abel (Jeffrey Archer)
91. In The Skin Of A Lion (Ondaatje)
92. Lord of the Flies (Golding) READ / Awesome
93. The Good Earth (Pearl S. Buck) read it, too sad
94. The Secret Life of Bees (Sue Monk Kidd) have it, want to read it
95. The Bourne Identity (Robert Ludlum)
96. The Outsiders (S.E. Hinton) Read it, classic
97. White Oleander (Janet Fitch) read it, loved it, admire her
98. A Woman of Substance (Barbara Taylor Bradford)
99. The Celestine Prophecy (James Redfield)
100. Ulysses (James Joyce) read it, if you can say you read it at all, more like swim through it not understanding a damned thing

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