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Top Ten - Books

books2I’m always excited when I come across a new author that I know will make my “keeper” shelf, but these are books that I’ve read and re-read numerous times and still haven’t tired of them.

- “When the Splendor Falls” by Laurie McBain
- “Message from Absalom” by Anne Armstrong Thompson
- “Contact” by Susan Grant
- “Stardust of Yesterday” by Lynn Kurland
- “Down to a Sunless Sea” by David Graham
- “Knight of a Trillion Stars” by Dara Joy
- “Swan Song” by Robert McCammon
- “The Last Stand” by Stephen King
- “Guilty Pleasures” by Laurell K. Hamilton
- “The Dragonriders of Pern” by Anne McCaffrey

What are some of your favorites?

4 Responses to “Top Ten - Books”

  1. Edie Says:

    Too many books to count. :lol: I have authors instead of just titles. Jennifer Crusie, Mary Balogh, Christina Dodd, Sandra Hill, Allison Brennan, Loretta Chase, Dick Francis, Charlaine Harris.

    I could go on and on. :)

  2. Michelle Says:

    LOL, Liz, I haven’t read a single book on your top ten list. Maybe I should get busy . . .

    Of the books that still stand out clearly in my mind after years and years, I’d say:

    Midnight’s Children - Salman Rushdie
    Possession - A.S. Byatt
    Use of Weapons - Iain M. Banks
    Most of Terry Pratchett
    Most of Dick Francis
    Most of P.D. James

    And then so many others I cannot name them all.

  3. Liz Says:

    Of course there are too many books to count, Edie. I was trying to put together a list of books that I’ve probably read at least ten times. Those are the keepers that I’d never dream of getting rid of.

  4. Liz Says:

    That’s okay, Michelle. I haven’t read any on your list. You’ll notice that most of my books are either science fiction or paranormal romances. :lol: I could say anything by Anne McCaffrey, Laurie McBain and Susan Grant. However, that wouldn’t be true about Stephen King. I liked most (if not all) of his old stuff. But the newer stuff? Not so much. I stopped reading him after “Pet Cemetary”.

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