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Books: Audience participation

September 2, 2007 | Books


It’s not like I need any more books in piles around the house, but I’m curious.

What’s your favorite book?

What would you say about it to make me want to read it?

Posted by Becky @ 10:58 pm  

7 Responses to “Books: Audience participation”

  1. Adam Says:

    This isn’t going to be much help, but…

    I’ve never been able to settle on a favourite book. There are so many great ones out there still to read that settling on just one seems utterly wrong.

  2. MotherPie Says:

    Wonderful title, great banner! On books? My pile is as high as yours. Best book? Hmmmm… too many to easily think of just one. I picked up scultpor Ron Mueck’s book from the Ft. Worth Modern’s exhibit. It is a picture book but his work is stunning. Surreal and real.

    Thanks for the visit!

  3. Dawn Says:

    well – 2 quick reads come to mind – Gap Creek & the 5 People You meet in heaven, both of them I ended up staying up all night long reading….definitely worth your time!

  4. Mandy Says:

    Hands down, my favorite book of all time is Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. I have never been so affected by a book – the way L.M. describes the Town of Avonlea, where Anne lives, is beautiful. And Anne is such a drama queen that it is humorous and sometimes tragic all at the same time. If you remember, Janie and I were Anne of Green Gables fanatics and the movie was actually so true to the story that you could almost get away with seeing it and not reading the book, but I recommend both!

  5. Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah Says:

    Probably either “The Poisonwood Bible”, “Middlesex” or “Fight Club”.

    I know you’ve read “Middlesex” so that is out.

    Read “Fight Club” because I told you to. How’s that for convincing?

  6. Vanessa Says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird. I know, I know, it’s so school required reading but I never get tired of it and it’s just important. I love it on so many levels. If it were a person, I would SO stalk it. I mean, it would need a restraining order…

  7. Alison Says:

    My list of favs is probably 25 deep. For you, I’d recommend All Over But the Shoutin’. Have you already read it? The author is a pulitzer-prize winning journalist – but this is more of a family biography.

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