My favorite books of all time!!!
When I fall for a book or series; I fall.
- •The Lord of the Rings by TolkienWhat can I say, they changed my life. I now see things differently, through the eyes of Middle Earth. My heart will forever belong to Aragorn, Frodo and sweet Samwise.
- •Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtryAgain, a series that changed me forever. The tale of hardship and friendship between Gus and Woodrow live in my heart. I cherish them.
- •The Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsI saw this book in the Scholastic Books catalog for my students, bought it, really cause it was cheap ($7); and I loved it so much I bought the curriculum for it and taught it to my Lit class. It was a blast. It shows that we all have the courage to conquer whatever life throws our way.
- •To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeWow, just WOW!!!
- •The Outsiders by S.E. HintonPonyboy, Darrel, SodaPop, Dallas and Johnny; such a tragic story; but so beautiful.
- •Twilight by Stephenie MeyerMy guilty pleasure. I devoured theses books the first time, and have read them multiple times since.
- •Game of Thrones by George R.R. MartinHello Jon Snow, here's my ❤️!!!!
- •Harry Potter by J.K. RowlingWhat adventures. Love. Friendship.
- •Odd Thomas by Dean KoontzI love Odd as the reluctant hero.
- •Jack Reacher by Lee ChildI love Reacher. The way he travels the country with only his toothbrush, saves people in trouble and won't be tied down.
- •Kay Scarpetta by Patricia CornwellSuch a strong, smart woman. These books are so entertaining and I always learn something new.
- •The Prey series featuring Lucas Davenport by John SandfordAnother entertaining series with lots of action and an awesome hero. Even though the latter ones have been a little to political for me. I'll stick with Lucas to the end.
- •The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie RyanSo I get this book and have no idea that it's about zombies and the post-apocalyptic world. So, so good.
- •The Fifth Wave by Rick YancyAliens and a bad-ass young woman! Can't wait for the third installment.
- •Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom RiggsI'm probably too old for these but I seriously don't care. They are super good. I would find my heart pounding in anticipation for the characters.
- •The Pillars of the Earth by Ken FollettIt's about a cathedral... how boring, right? Absolutely NOT! I've read it twice and probably will again.