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Hanniel
9 years ago

Super Sad True Love Story
It’s fun and futuristic but also witty and romantic

9 years ago

Just a few suggestions.
The History of Love – Nicole Krauss
Never let me go – Kazuo Ishiguro (Favorite Read of all time)
Eat, Pray, Love – Elizabeth Gilbert *Traveling journal/finding yourself
Tuesdays with Morrie – Mitch Albom **Must read in your lifetime type of novel
The Chronicles of Narnia – C.S. Lewis **A merge of fantasy and beautiful imagery.

Carlyn
9 years ago

Emergency Sex and Other Desperate Measures–chronicles the journey of three individuals who work abroad for the UN and how their lives intertwine.

Carlyn
9 years ago

The Little Prince–short read. Children’s book but contains awesome quotes and adult themes.

Sheer Ran
9 years ago

A couple of fantastic, beautiful, amazing reads:
The Art of Racing in the Rain, by Garth Stein
Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter, by Tom Franklin
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, by David Wroblewski

9 years ago

Angels by Marian Keyes
Chocolat by Joanne Harris
Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner

anon
9 years ago

‘never let me go’ by kazuo ishiguro

Anonymous
9 years ago

I was thinking maybe Steven Tyler’s new book!

Allie
9 years ago

I was thinking Steven Tyler’s new book!

Taylor
9 years ago

I need a good book to read!
Steven Tyler’s book would be fun!
http://www.forsurejadore.blogspot.com

mia
9 years ago

the bell jar
sylvia plath

molly
9 years ago

Tortilla Flat or Travels With Charley by John Steinbeck

blop
9 years ago

Better yet, how about One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez? It is brilliant. Can’t think of a better book for summer.

Anonymous
9 years ago

Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko

Veronica
9 years ago

Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko. I have to read it for school but it’s actually pretty good, it explores the clash of cultures between American Indians and Americans.

heather
9 years ago

Half Broke Horses Jeanette Walls..not super light but awesome!
No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency…easy, feel good and fun!
Beautiful Creatures (Caster Chronicles, #1)..great summer reading. gothic, supernatural southern!
I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone..for anyone with 90’s nostalgia!

9 years ago

LOLITA

I’ve been doing this thing where I finish a book and then immediately give it away. Whoever I give it to, I ask them for a recommendation for the next book. This keeps me clutter-free and only mildly confused about my thoughts on reading. While there is little accountability on their end, I find they always deliver.

Here is my intern Stephanie’s brilliant recommendation:

Vladamir Nabokov is one insane dude who just happens to be one of the greatest prose writers of all time, no big deal. You’ve probably stumbled across “Lolita” already, but if you haven’t and you’re in the mood to feel like a terrible, disgusting person for rooting for a grown man to date his 12-year-old stepdaughter, you should do it. The man’s a beast with the English language (which is his third language, by the way, WHATEVER)!

I’m doing it.

Sarah
9 years ago

A tree grows in Brooklyn is the most inspiring book I have ever read, it changed my point of view on life, and my work ethic forever

Molly Anderson
9 years ago

perks of being a wallflower by stephen chbosky (really short and easy read)
or
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte (my favorite classic)

Sloane
9 years ago

on the road by jack Kerouac, it defined his generation. Or anything by him really.

cass
9 years ago

THE THINGS THEY CARRIED by Tim O’Brian
Its a war story, which turned me off at first, but its actually a really enthralling book! The first chapter was a little boring but the rest of it is absolutely captivating. And best of all, or maybe i should say worst of all, most of it is true

margaux
9 years ago

little bee, slaughterhouse five, the queen’s fool, extremely loud and incredibly close, les miserables… so many amazing books!

9 years ago

edith wharton

Ashley
9 years ago

The Help by Kathryn Stockett
So so very good. Read it before it comes out as a movie!

9 years ago

or since somebody already suggested nabokov, the real life of sebastian knight!!! just read it. great book.