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One Day…: The List of Things I’d Like to Read Someday

Just as every reader has a list of favorite reads, every reader has a list of books that have been recommended or that he or she wants to read someday. Here’s mine (in no particular order):


  • The rest of the Incarnations of Immortality Series, by Piers Anthony
  • White Cat, by Holly Black
  • The Discworld Series, by Terry Pratchett
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams
  • The rest of the Ender Series, by Orson Scott Card
  • Wicked, by Gregory Maguire
  • The Dark-Hunter Series, by Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • Wood Nymph Seeks Centaur, by Francesca Lia Block
  • The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins
  • Oryx and Crake, by Margret Atwood
  • The Blue Sword, by Robin McKinley
  • Abarat, by Clive Barker
  • The Name of the Wind, by Patrick Rothfuss
  • The Dresden Files, by Jim Butcher
  • The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini
  • A Dirty Job, by Christopher Moore
  • Fool, by Christopher Moore
  • Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
  • The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo trilogy, by Stieg Larsson
  • The Art of Racing in the Rain, by Garth Stein
  • Expecting Adam: A True Story of Birth, Rebirth, and Everyday Magic, by Martha Beck
  • Cat Miracles: Inspirational True Stories of Remarkable Felines, by Brad Steiger and Sherry Hansen Steiger
  • Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World, by Vicki Myron
  • Happy Accidents, by Jane Lynch
  • Seriously… I’m Kidding, by Ellen Degeneres
  • Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson

Again, the list is always in development, so please, please, please don’t hesitate to give me suggestions!


2 responses »

  1. The Kite Runner is probably my favorite book of all time. I first read it years ago and the messages and meanings of it stuck with me more than any other book ever has. The movie didn’t do it justice. Not only was it insanely interesting to peek into an entirely different (and sometimes appalling) culture, the book gave me historical knowledge as well. It was a book that entranced me from the first chapter and I’ll never forget it.


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