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I love The Time Travelers Wife. And the Outlander books. And the Wheel Of Time books. I can read these books over and over. I just picked up a copy of Ready Player One. I loved the audiobook so much I wanted to read it again. Or read it for the first time? I like parentheses. Jessie G. Talbot recently posted Aunty Em!

Hang on! The Body Farm by Dr. Bill Bass. NOT religious. Love you Doll face!! I love sci-fi and crime novels. Not for the faint-hearted, as the saying goes, but it will grip you and the ending will definitely shock you. And I could read The Hunger Games series over and over and never get sick of it. Valente are heartwarming and heartbreaking. I cry sad and happy tears every time! Conroy might be my spirit animal because I believe my spirit animal is an old, southern man. Congratulations on being number 1 and 2!

Normally books you are forced to read suck, if only because someone is making you do it. But the book was truly incredible. It was beautifully written. A Man Called Ove is wonderful! A Counjuring of Light just came out like a week or two ago. We Are Water by Wally Lamb — this book made me laugh, it made me cry but mostly it made me love my life.

Excuse grammar I think? One of my favorite books of all time is Lightning by Dean Koontz. Happy World Book Day! Like many other, I am reading many books at the same time.

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Currently they include Redwall by Brian Jacques which is excellent. But my go-to recommendation is the Tortall-set series by Tamore Pierce. They are fantasy novels with bad-ass heroines. Honestly, Hailey would love them too. I started reading them when I was her age. They are just so awesome and they encouraged my to be strong in my own way and kind and that excelling at something, even when you are gifted, takes work and dedication. Really I could talk about them all day, or you could just go read them. I always keep a copy of that book, so I can give it away. I never want America to be like it was in that time.

I always add some to my amazon wish list to either find at the library or buy someday. Jenny, I remember your blog from before you had a book. It thrills me that your books. You are a gift to the world. When you said you were 1 and 2, I thought you meant you were both a hidden figure s and a hillbilly elegy. It took me a minute. Magic and mermaids, and the Sanctuary Movement, all wrapped in love. I am in Canada. Umberto Eco, The Name of the Rose. Crazy Murders. Secret rooms. Medieval Italy. I loved Possession by AS Byatt. Even though it always takes me a couple of tries to spell it….

Every time I read it I get something else out of it. PS I love you. Absolutely mind blowing novel about mental illness obsessive compulsive disorder? One of my favorites is Memoirs of a Geisha by, Arthur Golden. I just read The Bear and the Nightingale, which I loved! Magical historical fiction set in medieval Russia. So so good. Congrats to you! Your book does rate as a number 1 and number 2 favorite of mine!

Fantastic fun series…mystery, paranormal, romance all in one. Good, it needs to become a movie!! I would love your new book. Recently finished June by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore. Great depiction of different eras! Otherland by Tad Williams — very cool mix of genres that I can read over and over and not get bored with. Anything by David Sedaris.

Thank you for that. The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. And then Pigs In Heaven. I have 2 favorites. My other favorite is the entire Fever series by Karen Marie Moning. The Enchanted Forest series by Patricia C. Quite an accomplishment! Southern gothic but funny. Hyperion, Slaghterhouse 5, and I recently read Cinder which is a cyborg cinderella story and excellent.

Lovely book about faith and redemption. We love Victor, but he can be such a jerk. You are totally 1 AND 2 in our hearts. Amazon can be such a jerk. It has bands, fae war, and humor. Close 2nd has to be Gossamer Axe by Gael Baudino. It also has rock music and fae. They are light and silly and wonderful, and I go back to re-read them ridiculously often. Snarky talking cat….

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Greetings from a Canadian fan! Controversial subject but the best book I read in It tells the story through the eyes of a dog, Enzo. Hmmmm does a series count as one book? If so, then The Otherworld series by Tad Williams. I read the series four books, but I would have happily read another four as the characters became real people who I genuinely cared about, and that did not take long to happen. I read the series at least once a year, and each time I get drawn into it all and worry about what is going to happen even though I should know this and therefore not worry.

I just read The Unseeing, which was really good. Sort of dark, but based on actual historic events. Thanks for the chance… currently reading Furiously Happy and it definitely deserves to be 1 and 2! Sometimes you need something easy to read that makes you feel good. My favourite book remains Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman. I got nothing for you, Jenny. I know. I am sure you have been there done that because they were both fantastic!

I just picked up Lexicon by Max Berry. Easy and fun. The girl with all the gifts by m. Highly reccomoned it! Perks of Being a Wallflower gets me every time. Super awesome gesture. Just read Order of Seven by Bath Taliho. I loved it, it should be made into a movie. Anyone associating with this evil house faces scandal, madness, or tragedy. Congrats for being on the NYT list, no matter what number you are. I am reading Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk. It is sort of like a weird love story to old and new New York City. It made me want to go there and I love the Outer Banks now..

A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle. Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon. Feynman, by Richard Feynman. So many good books out there! A good mystery with a lot of suspects, not stressful or gory kind of scary. Excellent read. The author, Tara Clancy depicts her odd upbringing in a very detailed and funny way. My favorite author next to you is Christopher Moore. The man is a damn genius.

Congrats on being No. As a criminal defense attorney, my perennial favorite is To Kill A Mockingbird. I have read it at different ages and different things resonate each time I read it. I also think it is relevant in the current political climate. You get smarter, just by reading or listening like I do to it. Haha, love it! I have a LOT more, but these are always at the top of my bookpile. John Dies at the End by David Wong. The Stardance trilogy by Spider Robinson and his wife Jean!

Really anything by him though, his work is very hopeful… uplifting endings and he builds wonderfully believable characters that just live and breathe and become best friends that you can carry around with you! My book! That one I re-read just about every year. I read it all in one day because I had to know how it ended. The Princess Bride by William Goldman. William Goldman also wrote the screenplay. Seriously changed the way that I see the world. Just finished The Light Between Oceans on my commute this morning meh. Reading Eragon with the kids also meh, although the kids are loving it.

Loving that one so far. Awesome read about a strong woman in 19th century Northern Norway. Bit grim at times, but such was life there and then. The Master and Margarita by Mikhael Bulgakov remains my favorite book of all time! Yay for books! Think Positively!! Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. I first read this when I was in middle school, but I still go back to it when I need to make myself smile. Do yourself a favor and read Carrie Fishers autobiographies! They are super witty and relatable. Helped me a lot to find the funny side of depression in my case borderline personality disorder …!

Also, a thriller — Never Knowing by Cat Stevens. Got it a few years from a friend ago and I still know the whole story bc it was so mesmerizing! I really enjoyed Love Warrior for my recent non-fiction reading, and for fiction I have always loved the Gunslinger series by Stephen King. Or just cheat and watch the movies. In light of recent events in the U. Also, my husband and I are in the process of trying to adopt a child from foster care, and a friend recommended The Martian Child, by David Gerrold, which we enjoyed. My son suffered from a similar defect mentioned in the book so it really hit home.

Six pages in, I was ugly crying with both heart break and joy. Just pre-oordered the latest hit! Too many books to have favorites. Both are on my favorites of list! Penryn and the End of Days trilogy by Susan Ee. The Queen of the Tearling trilogy by Erika Johanson. I am currently reading way too many cheesy romances by Tessa Dare. Then the unthinkable happens, an attack that changes her life forever.

And forever is a very long time for a vampire. She is just trying to be the best mom while having one more problem to deal with. She finds out she has some seriously mysterious powers. She finally gets out and the world better watch out. Both of these books are series. I sit I. I hope you give them a try!

My favorite book continues to be A Wrinkle in Time. I keep going back to it and the others in the series, even as an adult. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein! Congratulations on being numba 1 and numba 2! I read it for the first time when I was about 12 and at 23 it remains my most reread book. Congrats on the 1 and 2! And happy world book day!

That looks hilarious! Jenness "Dory" Asby recently posted You. I thought you meant 1 and 2 as in you were a Hidden Figure and a Hillbilly Elegy haha. I loved American Housewife by Helen Ellis. The first 15 lives of Harry August by Claire North. It is fantastic! Holy Fools by Joanne Harris yes, the one who brought you Chocolat. Deerskin by Robin McKinley a very dark fairy tale with an unforgettable message about the beauty of our flaws and scars. Finally, a plug for Sharyn McCrumb, especially her Appalachian Ballad series, some of which are based on historical events Ghost Riders is about Union spies, including the true story of a woman who posed as a man, and The Ballad of Frankie Silver is about the first woman hung for murder in North Carolina.

Harder to find, but quite rewarding and hilarious, I highly recommend Bimbos of the Death Sun and Zombies of the Gene Pool for anyone who has ever attended a sci-fi convention! Alternative math…perfect! Have you read the Outlander series? It will suck you in. Im on my eleventh? Very dark and very good.

Maybe you have better luck than I did finding it. One of my favorite books ever. One of my all time favorite books is Watership Down, though i bet most here have read it epic travels, social struggles, battles, and bunnies… seems on par for this group. My favorite series of books is Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan. One must not be scared of lots of giant books, but they are wonderful high fantasy. Lots of great recommendations already. Two childhood friends, one a witch and the other a tech genius, are bound together by forces which may cause war or peace. The Humans by Matt Haigh is brilliant.

I know I know….. One sister was a close friend of Hitler, one married Oswald Mosley and one married a socialist who fought in the Spanish civil war. One of my favorite books is the Name of the Wind. It took me a while to get into it but it is such a wonderful book. And Jenny? Thank you for existing.

There are days when your posts are one of the few things that make me smile. So thank you. You matter to me. I confess. Published by an old lady about her childhood in England — wickedly funny, sharp and honest. Worth the hunt to find it. Make it a quest! TravelSkite recently posted USA lite.

Happy World Book Day!! I love books. I am a huge fan of urban fantasy and young adult fantasy novels. Have you read Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning? It is a great start to a fantastic series. So how does one comment? This was my 65th birthday wish and a way to possibly check out my brand new Medicare plan. I hope I can receive your newsletter in Montreal where we are looking for a condo. Please be happy! You help make so many as happy as this world allows.

Anne Teall. On to books…. Um have you read Furiously Hap…. A Borrowed Man by Gene Wolfe. Future society has libraries full of clones of authors that you can check out. A mystery writer clone decides to solve one irl. Hijinks ensue. I just like to imagine the clones I would check out.

The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker is so so so amazing. I could not put it down, and I cannot stop fangirling over it, even 2 weeks after I finished it. The third has yet to be published and the wait is killing me! My all time favourite will remain Jane Eyre.

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Wonderful book set in fifteenth century England. If you are in the mood for fiction, Chevy Stevens has some really great books. Such a great read. Confessions of a latter day virgin. She talks about serious subject matter with a comedic flare. I love alternative math! Your daughter will also enjoy it, so two birds-one stone, as they say! How could I ever choose just one book! Hugs from Canada. A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness.

My something self recommends Shampoo Planet by Douglas Coupland. The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood is also very good, but like all of her books, you have to stick it out til the end to get the payout. Rejected Princesses, by Jason Porath. My next one? Definitely a must read for anyone who is a fan of Piers Anthony and his billion other novels.

Congrats on your alt-math! Or maybe read the Wheel of Time series and feel good about your life because more happens in your life than in many of those books. I recently got into a series by Deanna Raybourn. The first book is called A Curious Beginning. Great light reading with really cool characters. Critical in these trying times. My most recent favorite book is A Man Called Ove.

Fredrik Backman is such a wonderful storyteller…. Outlander series — all of em and the Lord John books too. Also the Harry Potter series. Anything by Kathy Reichs. I use alternative math when I step on the scale. I read them back to back…while wildly different, on this journey to happiness I found them both wildly valuable.

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The first book is Ill Wind. Shout out from the UK! This is such a good list! I need to copy these recommendations for my future reads. I particularly enjoyed the opportunity to see a part of history through the lens of the African American perspective. Not there. Checks dining room junk drawer nope.

Bedroom junk drawer dang it! Mental junk drawer Ah-hah! Hauls out trusty cliche. My all time favorite book? And the related series. Something about those books keeps me coming back again and again. That is SOME story! I think I know an excellent forum location for it. Lord knows I have enough time on my hands right now anyway. Can use something to make me feel useful. The Stand, by Stephen King. A sweeping tale of Good and Evil. I have read it several times… The first time I was in my late teens and the most recent time in my early 40s.

Every time I read it, I experience it differently because of what I have lived and hopefully learned in years past. The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher. The first book is Storm Front. She is rescued along the way by a girl named Botille who is the matchmaker of a small village and Botille and her sisters care for Dolssa until the friars eventually hunt her down. It sounds depressing, but it was a beautiful story of courage and not overly religious and sisterhood.

Ashleigh recently posted The duality of living. Jenny how do I go about getting the amazon gift certificate so I could get your new book? I highly recommend. They are beautiful stories about coping with loss and finding sexuality and creativity. It goes really fast. So far so good!! Count of Monte Cristo is another great one. Beautiful words, a beautiful silent boy, and beautiful dogs covering Hamlet. Fredrick Backman is one of my favorite authors right now, besides you of course. I have a lot of favorite books!

All very different genres but all fantastic. The first nine books, taken collectively, are simply wonderful! The book is fantastic! And as a side note — can I just say how stinkin excited I am to see you at Book People next week!!! Always good for a reread when I feel sad. Also, The Collector by John Fowles is a classic.

I also shared it immediately with my mom and one of my best friends who both read it as voraciously as I did. Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein. My two favorites are Blackout and its sequel, All Clear. Wow, can she write a sex scene! The author is fond of saying that the books are about life and life sometimes includes sex for which I am extremely grateful, myself. All books by Audrey Niffenegger are great too. And Kate Atkinson. And and and…so many more! I love Sunshine by Robin McKinley. No problem reading it over and over again when I need a pick me up.

Murder mystery with strong female lead. Seriously my new favorite book is Furiously Happy. But since you may be already familiar with that book one of my other favorites is Wish You Well by David Baldacci. The Cold Dish by Craig Johnson. I just finished the Throne of Glass Series. I read it at least once a week to my kids. Republic of Nothing by Lesley Choyce. Sooooo good.