In no order:
Count of Monte Cristo
Lord of the Rings
Harry Potter series
Game of Thrones series
La Reine Margot
Gone With the Wind
there are more but those will keep you occupied for a while
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The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster
A Wild Sheep Chase by Haruki Murakami
Black Hole by Charles Burns
Bill Pills: A Positive Love Story by Frederik Peeters
Almost anything by Neil Gaiman - American Gods, Neverwhere, Fragile Things and The Graveyard Book are some of my favorites
Watership Down by Richard Adams
Thank you so much! I was just remembering Neverwhere last night and couldn't remember who it was by or what it was called, but I loved his style and subject matter. I'll definitely check out the others.
Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts. (perfect for the Kindle because it is just under 1,000 pages)
I also love Ishmael by Daniel Quinn.
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A Great and Terrible Beauty.
A wonderful Victorian Gothic styled novel.
The Innocent Man by John Grisham is amazing. It's his only non-fiction book. It's about a man who was wrongfully convicted of raping and killing a woman. It's sad, frightening, amazingly well-researched, and a great read.
I don't know how the hell I ever lived my life pre-Kindle. I carry my Kindle Touch everywhere with me in my handbag, and I have a Kindle Fire HD that I keep next to my bed. My favorite books are biographies/autobiographies/memoirs - I'm currently reading Raven, about Jim Jones D:
I also have books on there by Dr. Robert Sapolsky because I'm a neurobiology geek. Also cookbooks. Also knitting/crochet books. Shall I go on? lol
Hunger Games series
Harry Potter series
Life of Pi
Cross on the Closet
Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series
The Mists of Avalon
Plus, there are MANY free books available. Look into those too!!
the hunger games series was really awesome. I read them and am still entertained listening to them at work.
water for elephants!
a tree grows in brooklyn
i havent read enough lately :(
prep - curtis sitenfield
cider house rules - john irving
the girl with the dragon tattoo
harry potter and the goblet of fire
a sunburned country - bill bryson
the fault in our stars - john green
foxfire - joyce carol oates
the poisonwood bible - barabara kingsolver
Empire Falls by Richard Russo
In no order:
-The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
-Kristin Cashore's books- Graceling, Fire and Bitterblue. Graceling is my favorite of the three.
-Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan
-Harry Potter series
-Juliet Marillier's Sevenwaters books. I'm currently reading her latest one, which I just got for Christmas
-Shadowfell, also by Juliet Marillier, but not in the same series
-I really liked The Maze Runner. I need to read the other book(s).
-Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series
-To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
-Catcher in the Rye
When I was growing up I used to refuse to read almost anything outside of the Star Wars books (with Goosebumps and Animorphs being exceptions) so unfortunately I don't have a very big list of non-Star Wars books I've read that are my favorites.
Not a book recommendation, but if you are looking for a variety of books, check out pixelofink.com. They basically just keep track of what's being offered for free from Amazon that day, so you can check it out and see if you want to download those books.
Ender's Game was the first book I ever read on a Kindle, and it was perfect. I highly recommend overall, and the next in the series: Hive Queen and Hegemon. Don't expect for the second one to be anything like the first though; they're like two stand-alone books.
I love Rand.
Ginsberg if you like poetry.
Anything Vonnegut is pretty much going to be blow-your-face-off good.
My dad has kindle he let's me use his account on my phone.
Loved angelfall and open minds
Don't know what type of books you like. Dad said they were both cheap