What is the best book so far you ever read?

@jlamela (4909)
Philippines
December 10, 2008 5:10pm CST
I loved self-developmental books and the latest good book I ever read is that of Dr. Leo Buscaglia entitled "Loving Each other", it talks about handling human relationship which is a very nice topic. what is yours?
6 responses
@kkthom3 (279)
• United States
12 Dec 08
This is a really tough question to answer right off the top of my head, but I think that I would have to say The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood. This story is about a futuristic America where the constitution was suspended and people's rights have been revoked and the freedom to has been replaced with the freedom from. For example: the freedom to go whereever you want by yourself has been outlawed but they say that they now enjoy the freedom from being raped. I liked this book because it was a serious book and it could possibly happen in the future. Also, Margaret Atwood is one of my favorite authors, so I love a lot of her books.
• India
11 Dec 08
one of the books i thnk tht are the best are the Robert Ludlum's Bourne books! happy lottin n have a nice day!
@GADHISUNU (2164)
• India
10 Dec 08
The book that captivated my attention was: "Mister God! This is Anna". This one of the New Age books where spirituality takes a new dimension. It is not unputdownable in a thriller sense of the term. [That way the unputdownable book I would say was Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code which I read overnight as an Ebook.]Anna is a little girl of about six years, apparently a real story,from a broken home from Eastend London. She runs away from home but is found by a single 20 year-old who takes her home and gives shelter. This girl from day one gives such insights into relating to God that I never found it any different from an Upanishad.
@TheAgent (221)
• United States
10 Dec 08
I have read many great books, I want to say Rich Dad Poor Dad was the one book that made me sit up and say I can do that. It is a great motivational book. I suggest it to everyone that is interested in making money or owning a business. It does not go into detail on how to make money, but you can figure it out. It is just a great motivation to read about how people became successful.
@jennawash (163)
• United States
10 Dec 08
Although it was later discovered that there was fiction wrapped into this biography, I could not put down a "A Million Little Pieces" I thought it was well written and descriptive. I also greatly enjoyed it's sequel, "My Friend Leonard"
@baldie (74)
• India
10 Dec 08
Two books which for me are as good as books will ever be. The Lord of the Rings which is a timeless story and one I'll never get tired off, and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams. It has to be the funniest book ever published!