What the best book you've read

United States
August 27, 2008 1:32pm CST
Mine would have be be Zanes Breaking the cycle
8 responses
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
28 Aug 08
That is a difficult question to answer. As an avid reader, there are just too many books to choose from. Maybe if you specified a genre, it will be easier to narrow down. But let me give it a try, and my choice can change by tomorrow, depending if I read something else. From the classics, To Kill a Mockingbird is highly memorable. Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged is something I can read over and over. In the sci-fi department, Frank Herbert's Dune will always be my favorite. As for my latest addiction, paranormal romance novels...don't get me started, the list would be too long..LOL
• United States
28 Aug 08
I have read a few of Ayn Rand's book but i don't think i have read that one. Shoot i know i read The Fountainhead and one other that i cant remember the name of.
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
28 Aug 08
I've read The Fountainhead and I like it, but Atlas Shrugged is better. Its more encompassing in scope, where the major premise is the men of the mind is on strike, what will happen to the world. There are so many memorable characters in it; my favorites are Dagny, Francisco, Hank and of course, John Galt. You should check it out. I highly recommend it.
• United States
29 Aug 08
i wud have to say the last valentine i forget who its by but i asboutly love it . its one of my fav books in all the world. no doubt aha.
• United States
28 Aug 08
I would have to go with my all time favorite and the one i re read most often. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Actually its the only book i have read more than twice. Now there are others that i love but the list is so long i wont get into it.
@ShellyB (5244)
• United States
27 Aug 08
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver (?)
@JannaLee (660)
• Philippines
27 Aug 08
I guess that would be Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho for me...It's so nice and serene, liberated and frank...but it possess all the values necessary to call it moral...^^ It's really superb..^^ a bestseller indeed.^^
• Philippines
27 Aug 08
Mine would be the Dark Hunter Series of Sherrilyn Kenyon. Because it is so out of the ordinary. How often do you read about vampires and characters who are from the ancient times, merge together. Nobody can achieve this except the very talented Ms. Kenyon.
@sona22 (1431)
• India
27 Aug 08
Best books? On detective 'The day of the Jackle" is the best to me.
@Raymo23 (465)
• Uganda
27 Aug 08
I would pick 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and 'The Old Man and the Sea.'