Question 418

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82 Responses to “Question 418”

  1. Nick:

    “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho

  2. Nor:

    Jane Eyre.

  3. Sarah:

    What Girls Learn

    Angles and Demons

    Going for the Record


    I read all my books cover to cover because I am a book worm πŸ˜€

  4. weiming:

    the tao of Pooh and the te of Piglet πŸ™‚

  5. Maya:

    Harry Potter, The Deathly Hallows.

  6. jlc:

    After the Affair :o(

  7. nicole:

    the catcher in the rye.

  8. Have a Little Faith – Mitch Albom

  9. Leila:

    Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
    The single most incredible, life-changing work of fiction I have ever read.

  10. Ness:

    Roald Dahl’s “The Giraffe, The Pelly & Me”

  11. It was “Innocent Mage by Karen Miller”

  12. Rayton:

    Foundation by Isaac Asimov

  13. TP:

    The last book I actually /chose/ to read cover to cover was “Women and Economics” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

  14. megaaaan:

    Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson

  15. S:

    O Pioneers!! by Willa Cather

    Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Townsend – phenomenal!!!

  16. Heath:

    Fortress Draconis, by Michael A Stackpole (not amazing, but entertaining)

    I ONLY read books “cover to cover”. Unless “cover to cover” means “read the whole thing in one sitting”, in which case…

    Changes, by Jim Butcher (freaking amazing!!)

  17. Richard:

    β€œThe Road” by Cormac McCarthy
    The first book that made me cry

  18. Roberto:


  19. Marina:

    lord of the flies

  20. Kay:

    The Art of Racing in the Rain- Garth Stein

    Great book about life through the eyes of a dog. πŸ™‚

  21. lilly:

    The Known World — Edward P. Jones

  22. Oana:

    Maytrei – Mircea Eliade

  23. sarah:

    the count of monte cristo

  24. AA:

    Breaking Dawn- Twilight Saga

  25. rob:

    fear and loathing in las vegas by hunter s. thompson

  26. Lindsey:

    A Tale of Two Cities…again

  27. anonymous:

    “Hope For The Hopeless Heart
    Inspirations For The Uninspired”
    by Morgan Walvatne

    written by a sixteen yaer old girl who found her own inspirations and hope within the world, and wrote it down in poems and papers for the strangers in the world to read; to fulfill their need for inspiration and hope in a world many don’t seem to find happiness in.

  28. Laurel:

    “Lost Voices” by Sarah Porter

  29. Copper:

    Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys

  30. AM:

    50 shades freed

  31. Julia:

    Alchemist – Paulo Coelho

  32. Joleen:

    From Patrick Rothfuss: “The name of the wind” and “The wise mans fear”

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