This is my first list...and yep, this was a "you haven't made any lists, maybe try one of these ideas?" But I love books, so it's a good place to start.
  1. Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte
    Read it for the first time when I was 12 years old, and it was hard reading. I remember being really stuck trying to get through the long paragraphs where she writes in the accent of the servant. Re-read it a couple years ago and it was WOW. So glad I did.
  2. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll
    This was my all-time favorite as a kid. So enchanting that I'm pretty sure I read it several times through in the course of a year or two.
  3. Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll
    Same as above...
  4. Persuasion, by Jane Austen
    I love Jane Austen. And reading this one again was an excellent choice. I really enjoyed how this story is very distinct from her other books.
  5. Why Not Me? By @mindy
    This book is just delightful. I listened to it on CD by myself and liked it so much that I listened to it again on a road trip with my husband. He laughed out loud at some parts, which made my day.
  6. The Hungering Dark, by Frederick Buechner
    Buechner is such an amazing writer. Had to read these essays again, and will continue to read them.
  7. Notes From a Small Island, by Bill Bryson
    Bryson is one of my all-time favorite writers, and this book on his travels through England is absolutely wonderful. I can't read Bryson books when on a plane because, inevitably, I'll start laughing out loud, snorting, and making a fool of myself. That's how good they are.