April 22nd, 2006
Book Meme (the best kind of meme!)

Bold the books on this list that you’ve read.

1. THE LORD OF THE RINGS- J.R.R. Tolkien.
2. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD- Harper Lee.
3. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE- Jane Austen.

4. The “Harry Potter” series- J.K. Rowling.
5. JANE EYRE- Charlotte Bronte.
6. THE HANDMAID’S TALE- Margaret Atwood.
7. THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY- Douglas Adams.
8. 1984- George Orwell.
9. Heart of Darkness – Joseph Conrad
10. A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY- John Irving (This is one of my all-time favorite books)
11. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
12. THE STAND- Stephen King (My favorite King novel)
13. GONE WITH THE WIND- Margaret Mitchell
14. LITTLE WOMEN- Louisa May Alcott
15. THE HOBBIT- J.R.R. Tolkien

16. LIFE OF PI- Yann Martel.
17. ANNE OF GREEN GABLES (book 1) – Lucy Maud Montgomery
18. THE NAME OF THE ROSE- Umberto Eco.
19. THE MISTS OF AVALON- Marion Zimmer Bradley.
20. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE- J.D. Salinger.
21. WATERSHIP DOWN- Richard Adams.

22. THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH- Ken Follett
23. PERFUME- Patrick Suskind
24. THE DAVINCI CODE- Dan Brown.
25. THE LITTLE PRINCE- Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
26. THE GRAPES OF WRATH- John Steinbeck.
27. FAHRENHEIT 451- Ray Bradbury
28. The Narnia Chronicles- C.S. Lewis.

29. HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE (SORCERER’S STONE) – J.K. Rowling
30. HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN- J.K. Rowling
31. WUTHERING HEIGHTS- Emily Bronte.
32. DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL- Anne Frank
33. DUNE- Frank Herbert
34. THE POISONWOOD BIBLE- Barbara Kingsolver
35. REBECCA- Daphne du Maurier

36. PERSUASION- Jane Austen.
37. MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA- Arthur Golden.
38. THE GREAT GATSBY- F. Scott Fitzgerald.
39. A WRINKLE IN TIME- Madeleine L’Engle
40. THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE- C.S. Lewis
41. ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND- Lewis Carroll.
42. LORD OF THE FLIES- William Golding.
43. BRAVE NEW WORLD- Aldous Huxley (One of the few books I was forced to read in high school that I loved)
44. ANGELA’S ASHES- Frank McCourt

45. THE LOVELY BONES- Alice Sebold
46. THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS- Isabel Allende.
47. CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR- Jean M. Auel.

48. ENDER’S GAME- Orson Scott Card
49. GOOD OMENS- Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.
50. LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
51. ANIMAL FARM- George Orwell.
52. OF MICE AND MEN- John Steinbeck.
53. THE COLOR PURPLE- Alice Walker
54. THE NEVERENDING STORY- Michael Ende
55. FAUST- Johnann Wolfgang von Goethe. (I think I was forced to read EVERYTHING Goethe ever wrote while I was in college. Gah.)

56. BLINDNESS- Jose Saramago
57. HAMLET- William Shakespeare.
58. EAST OF EDEN- John Steinbeck
59. CHARLOTTE’S WEB- E. B. White.
60. The “Little House” series- Laura Ingalls Wilder. (as a child)

61. BRIDGET JONES’ DIARY- Helen Fielding
62. SOPHIE’S WORLD- Jostein Gaarder
63. CATCH-22- Joseph Heller
64. THE SECRET HISTORY- Donna Tartt
65. GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING- Tracy Chevalier
66. MIDDLESEX- Jeffrey Eugenides

67. The “His Dark Materials” series- Phillip Pullman
68. A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN- Betty Smith
69. SENSE AND SENSIBILITY- Jane Austen

70. THE RED TENT- Anita Diamant.
71. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
72. THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO- Alexandre Dumas

73. AMERICAN GODS- Neil Gaiman
74. THE CIDERHOUSE RULES- John Irving
75. SHE’S COME UNDONE- Wally Lamb
76. WINNIE-THE-POOH- A.A. Milne. (but, of course!)
77. The “Anne of Green Gables” series- Lucy Maud Montgomery. (as a child, loved them)

78. NORTHERN LIGHTS/THE GOLDEN COMPASS- Phillip Pullman
79. INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE- Anne Rice.
80. ROMEO AND JULIET- William Shakespeare
81. THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER- Mark Twain
82. THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY- Oscar Wilde

83. THE SHADOW OF THE WIND- Carlos Ruiz Zafon
84. EMMA- Jane Austen
85. GREAT EXPECTATIONS- Charles Dickens.
86. A TALE OF TWO CITIES- Charles Dickens.
87. FRIED GREEN TOMATOES AT THE WHISTLE-STOP CAFE- Fannie Flagg
88. THE SCARLET LETTER- Nathaniel Hawthorne.
89. THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH- Norton Juster

90. THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES- Sue Monk Kidd
91. THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING- Milan Kundera (Loved)
92. A FINE BALANCE- Rohinton Mistry
93. LAMB: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO BIFF, CHRIST’S CHILDHOOD PAL- Christopher Moore
94. THE BELL JAR- Sylvia Plath
95. The “Discworld” series- Terry Pratchett. (I think I have some of these, but I haven’t read them yet.)96. WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS- Wilson Rawls
97. THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS- Arundhati Roy
98. WAR AND PEACE- Leo Tolstoy
99. THE EYRE AFFAIR- Jasper Fforde.
100. NEVERWHERE- Neil Gaiman. (It’s on my night table, though…ready to be consumed.)
101. TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES- Thomas Hardy
102. STEPPENWOLF- Herman Hesse

103. HIGH FIDELITY- Nick Hornby. (I loved the movie. Does that count?)
104. ULYSSES- James Joyce
105. METAMORPHOSIS- Franz Kafka
106. ATONEMENT- Ian McEwan
107. LONESOME DOVE- Larry McMurtry
108. THE ENGLISH PATIENT- Michael Ondaatje.
109. THE SHIPPING NEWS- E. Annie Proulx (LOVES)
110. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM- William Shakespeare.
112. DRACULA- Bram Stoker.
113. THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN- Mark Twain

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