Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Wednesday Wonderings

What is your favorite book?



For me, it is so hard to pick just one! I think right now it is the Harry Potter series. My favorite one is probably The Prisoner of Azkaban or the Order of the Phoenix. But I really love them all! So what is your favorite?

9 comments:

Megs said...

that's a tough one! but id have to say either A Tree Grows in Brooklyn or The Secret History (by Donna Tartt)

Sara said...

The Unbearable Lightness of Being- Milan Kundera

The Map of Love- Ahdaf Souief

I love these two books!

TeachingInHeels said...

I love reading!! My current favorite is Eat, Pray, Love. I also like Chick Lit (especially by Red Dress Ink Publishers), the Twilight series and so many more!!

MandyJean said...

Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice is my favorite book of all time :)

Keith said...

I love to read so it's hard for me to pick just one. I do really love The Sun Also Rises by Hemingway.

Marge said...

This is really tough! I would say my current favorite (because it changes a few times a year) would have to be Summer Sisters by Judy Blume. I read it for the first time at 13, then 18, then again at 22. It's amazing how it applies differently to each stage in my life and I grow to like it a bit more with every read. It's not exactly a challenging book but a good one none-the-less.

S.Elisabeth said...

Prisoner of Azkaban was always my favorite of the Harry Potter books!
Hands down my favorite book is Up A Road Slowly by Irene Hunt, such a lovely, totally underrated story about growing up and the pain and joys of it. =) Very simple, but very meaningful.
Otherwise I LOVE the Anne of Green Gables stories. I could literally pick up a random book, flip to a random page and read forever. My favorite of that is that last one though.. Ha

lavenderandlilies said...

As for the Harry Potter books, the Deathly Hallows was my favorite but The Lovely Bones is my favorite book. I also love Jen Lancaster because she makes me laugh and Jane Eyre will always have a special place in my heart.

Allison said...

I love The Catcher in the Rye. I swear I've read it a million times.
I also love On the Road by Kerouac, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl (because apparently I'm still 7 years old).
But Harry Potter books come veryyy close. I'm a big Chamber of Secrets fan myself :)