Which books have u found really good or interesting or even life changing?
The ones that changed my life were:
-A Tree Grows in Brooklyn — Betty Smith
-For One More Day — Mitch Albom
-The Green Mile — Stephen King
-The Five People You Meet in Heaven — Mitch Albom
-The Graves Are Not Yet Full — Bill Berkeley (sounds creepier than it is)
-To Kill a Mockingbird — Harper Lee
-The Kite Runner — Khaled Hosseini
-The Diary of Anne Frank
Well, what changed and impacted my life won’t necessarily do the same for you, but I think there are certain books that address universal themes of the human condition in a profound way. Such as:
The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky
The Republic by Plato
Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche
Breakfast of Champions and God Bless You Mr. Rosewater by Kurt Vonnegut.
Also read Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
Read All Quiet on The Western Front.
Life changing books? Twilight. The books made me a little bit angrier. I hate them but they’re addictive. Like bad songs, or drugs. Hate them.
GOOD books? (Not twilight) um,
Life of Pi by Yann Martel (Being made into a movie)
Airman by Eoin Colfer. So simple but SO powerful!
ALL the original Ian Fleming James Bond books. I got the set for my birthday and they’re so good….
the CHERUB books by Robert Pattinson. They cannot be described they are so awesome. Just have a look at the site
The Maximum Ride books by James Patterson. The first two were good, 3rd and 4th were crap but 5th one (comes out next year) sounds like it might actually be good.
The Vampire Chronicles
The Lord of the Rings
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Other Boleyn Girl
The Virgin Suicides
In that order.
Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, And Breaking Dawn By: Stephanie Meyer
These are the best books ever. they are so hard to put down!!!!!
twilight the movie is coming out November 21, 2008!!!!!!!
This is a meaningless question. ":Everyone": should not read the same books. What might be important, interesting or life changing to me might be dull, irrelevant and boring to you. Do you think an American teenager and an African diplomat should read the same books? Would a middle-aged man in jail and a young stay-at-home Mom ":need": to read the same type of books? Since everyone who will answer this question is a stranger to you, how would you know they had anything like the same interests as you do? Try the list on this site if you really want suggestions like that:
Better yet, talk to some of your teachers, friends, parents and relatives who read and who know you well—they will have suggestions that might be good for YOU.
Lucas by Keven Brooks, changed my life
Here are I enjoyed and think you should read:
-The works of William Shakespeare
-Harry Potter series
-classics such as Pride and Prejudice or Wuthering Heights
Pride and Prejudice
Crank (this book is kinda sad)