Wow. How do you pick just one. I'll have to think about it a bit.
Shepherd of the Hills by Harold Bell Wright
Redeeming Love, by Francine Rivers
A voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers
Since I can't pick just one of the Harry Potter goodness....And I can't pick just one of the Mark of the Lion series...And I can't pick just one of the Vampire Chronicles...I'll have to go it my all time fave: Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
I'm going with Dying Young by Marti Leimbach.
Ditto on the Mark of the Lion series. So I'm going to say The Shack, by William P. Young. By the way, why did we have to do this "quick"? What are you up to?
Goose Girl by Shannon Hale or Twilight by Stephanie Meyer. Or Any book by either gal.
the notebook by nicholas sparks or daisy faye and the miracle man by fannie flagg
Definitely Redeeming Love, by Francine Rivers...looks like I'm not the only one!
A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving.
Vienna Prelude, by Bodie and Brock Thoene... wait... yeah, probably that one.
Redeeming Love! It's awesome!
This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti - and the other one.Girl Meets God by Lauren Winner - and the other one. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon - and the series. Harry Potter - Order of the Phoenix - and the series. Voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers - and the series. And no one paid ME to read it. Rats. The Historian - Elizabeth Kostova(no series)The Stand by Stephen King - (excellent story of good and evil even if he is nasty and disgusting)- no series One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr. Suess - and the rest of his books. I'm sorry - dear Unsinkable - but you know that I love to read and I can't pick just one.
Your mom beat me to Dr. Seuss. I'm gonna say my fave is "The Lorax", though.
Charlotte's Web. My mom first read it to me when I was five, and when we got to the part where Charlotte died, she had to turn reading duties over to my dad because she couldn't stop crying. A timeless classic.
To Kill a Mockingbird. I literally cry every time I get to the last page because there's no more.
ok, I answered quickly yesterday...But after thinking about the one novel that I have read multiple times my real favorite is The Great Gatsby....I have no idea why I just love it!
"Christy" by Catherine Marshall
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I know that sounds boring, but it is the truth and I can't hide it.Of the Harry Potter books, my favorite is the last, but I also really liked #4 (Goblet of Fire, not that you don't already know that).
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