Can you name 3 books you think EVERYONE should read?

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Jennifer Mobley Profile
Jennifer Mobley answered

Divergent series, The Hunger Games series and Eregon series.

Stacey Gover Profile
Stacey Gover answered

Hunger games. Harry potter and twilight

Rae Punzel Profile
Rae Punzel answered

The Prophecy of The Stones by Flavia Bujor, Struck By Lightning by Chris Colfer and Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne

Adila Adila Profile
Adila Adila answered

All these book choices are all the same , 'the hunger games etc , these books means nothing.

I recommend if you are into good literature , 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' by Oscar Wilde , 'The Importance of being Earnest' , and 'Lady Chatterley's lover'.

Rosie Luna Profile
Rosie Luna answered

Ok... one is "Pocket Full of Love", two is "The Magician's Tale"... Idk bout the third!

Carl Vincent Profile
Carl Vincent answered

I would definitely recommend "Many lives, many masters". You may or may not believe in reincarnation and stuff, but this book will change your perspective of life. You will stop fearing death and start looking at things in a much more broader perspective.

nazia ali Profile
nazia ali answered

Crank by Ellen Hopkins.
I'm not sure you'd even be allowed to read that in school. But it shows
the side of the world that alot of people don't see. Including the pain
of getting yourself into drugs.         

Lia Tan Profile
Lia Tan answered

I'd have to say 1984 by George Orwell, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, and the Across the Universe trilogy by Beth Revis (I know trilogy means three books but still, it's a great and original story that wouldn't be complete if you only read the first book). And no, the last one doesn't have anything to do with the movie of the same title or The Beatles song.

Shehzada A. Profile
Shehzada A. answered

Spirit Rebellious by K. Gibran, The Winners Stand Alone by P. Coelho and Marketing Management by P. Kotler

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Don Moran commented
Gibran was almost required reading in the '60s, I hope to see his works make a comeback with the young readers in the USA. Thanks for mentioning him, here.
Amelia Wilson Profile
Amelia Wilson answered

The alchemist by Paulo Coelho. It really made me think about life and tiny little coincidences that we are almost always unaware of.

Cold Coffee by Ahmet Batman, Turkish writer. I haven't read it yet so i can't say anything about it but many people say that it's a great novel about men, women and love.

And i personally reccomend Rizzoli&Isles series by Tess Gerritsen. Definitely successful books for crime fiction lovers.

Garry Brunt Profile
Garry Brunt answered

Bhagwat geeta, Veda's and Upanishads. 

If you are able to read and understand these books nothing in this world will be beyond your reach!

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i also
Don Moran
Don Moran commented
I might also add, the Mahabharata, Tiger's Fang by Paul Twitchell, and Autobiography of a Modern Prophet by Harold Klemp.
Eve Dallas
Eve Dallas commented
Read the Wittness by Nora Roberts
Also try the In Death series by J.D. Robb
& cowboy trouble by Kennedy Joanne
Alexis Bruns Profile
Alexis Bruns answered

I would recommend The Great Gatsby, The Catcher in the Rye, and Lord of the Flies!

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Adila Adila
Adila Adila commented
Your book taste is similar to mine! 8) ha!
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Mine too loved Lord of the Flies, and Catcher in the Rye but favorite book by Richard Laymon In The Dark. Too many great books to pick 3. Loved Where the Fern Grows too.
Jordanna Skullcandy Profile
Jordanna Skullcandy , Sup, answered

I think you should really read Tangerine it is a great book. Also I love books by Kerri Smith she is a great author. I think.

Damien Madden Profile
Damien Madden answered

Lord of the rings: Fellowship of the ring, Lord of the rings: The two towers and Lord of the rings: Return of the king

J-- C-- Profile
J-- C-- answered

The Bible, The Dark Tower (series) by Stephen King, and the Art Of War.

All 3 give great advice about life, every day living, how you should act, and what you can expect from others.

Gemstone House Profile
Gemstone House answered

You should read books about countries you’re about to visit.

You should read books about historical events you don’t know anything about.

You should read books about things you already know a little about.


Maline De LaNouex Profile
Maline De LaNouex , Acadian Historian, author and 11th generation Acadian, answered

Evangelize

Streetcar named Desire

Spirits of Louisiana ; Experiences of a Cajun Medium

niamh Hodds Profile
niamh Hodds answered


There is only one book i think everybody should read and that's "the fault in our stars" its such a lifechanging story!! Read the book before watching the film!

Detroit Drew Profile
Detroit Drew answered

Divergent trilogy, Hunger games trilogy, and anything by Frank Perreti, ok, that's more than three, but whatever, oh wait, scratch that last part and make it Skipping Christmas by John Grisham. Or Gresham, I forgot how to spell his last name.

Don Moran Profile
Don Moran answered

IN MY SOUL I AM FREE by Brad Steiger

BIOGRAPHY OF A MODERN PROPHET by Harold Klemp

JONATHAN LIVINGSTONE SEAGULL by Richard Bach

Noor-ul-Elmah Hasan Profile

The Holy Quran is the best book of the world which gives a complete code of life . Teaches everything such as socialism , politics , relationships , religion , history and much more...

Mary Lee Whitley Gill Profile

Three books that I believe everyone should read in the U.S. Are The Great Gatsby, Fahrenheit 451,and Hamlet (can't guess that I was an English teacher !). I do not hesitate to recommend reading The Bible or The Koran.

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#1: Flawed Dogs: Chapter- book, not for people who get choked up easy

#2: The Giving Tree: Short-story, not for people who get choked up easy

#3: Dork Diary's: Chapter- book, not for people who have no sense of humor

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered

Well - recommending something that everyone should read is an impossible task but here goes:

1.The Fatal Impact by Alan Moorehead

2.The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

3.The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

Marcus Davis Profile
Marcus Davis , Share your suggestion and discuss opinions - everything on the YobMob.com, answered

Harry potter,Divergent series,Hunger Games

jhon michle Profile
jhon michle answered

My choices are following:
Fifth Mountain
Harry Potter
Hunger Games

paige coleman Profile
paige coleman , My all-time favourites and most-worn books, answered

boy in the striped pyjamas

esperanza rising

elephant gold

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Sannu Saalberg Profile
Sannu Saalberg answered

Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, The Three Musketeers

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Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Is The Three Musketeers a movie because if it is i love that book.
Sannu Saalberg
Sannu Saalberg commented
there are many movies about three musketeers, but the book is som much more than a movie can be, and better.
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Harry Potter fan read them when I was 8-9 good books.
Hitesh Sahni Profile
Hitesh Sahni , helps people and businesses succeed, answered

This list is supposed to be for books everyone should read and I am surprised to see that nobody mentioned any non-fiction books.

Everyone should read Seven Habits by Stephen Covey, Four Agreements by Don Ruiz and One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard

Rosa Aziz Profile
Rosa Aziz answered

Ruby Redfort - Look into my eyes.  Alex Rider,  Scorpia.  Jaqueline Wilson, Love Lessons

Bear in mind I'm a child so these are in my opinion the best children's books

Rachel Green Profile
Rachel Green , F.R.I.E.N.D.S is what I represent...Jennifer Aniston, answered

The Outsiders, Tuck Everlasting, and most of all the book based on the tv sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S....

christian hibbert Profile

1) The hunger games- "The Hunger Games," a fight to the death on live TV

2) Gone with the Wind-The tale of a spoiled, manipulative daughter of a wealthy plantation owner

3 )Memoirs of a Geisha-learn the story of a woman's life as a geisha

Saraann Bryan Profile
Saraann Bryan answered

I suspect that everyone will want to read these titles:

(1)  "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Ernest Hemingway

(2)  "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl, and...

(3)  "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie

Saraann

Nora Flaherty Profile
Nora Flaherty , Teacher - Math, Science, answered

I could list a thousand. Given the state of affairs in the world today, I think I would pick these three:

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Lord of the Flies by William Golding

CTS SEO Profile
CTS SEO answered

Read Nicholas Sparks' books, he writes stories where you can visualize everything. Some of his best ones are:

  • The Notebook
  • A walk to remember
  • The lucky one

alyssa dee Profile
alyssa dee answered

HUNGER GAMES= A WASTE OF TIME. I read all three of these books and they were awful. I don't know if i just dont like to read or what. But there are good books out there. How about The Laughing Circus, Matteo Alacran, and the Left Behind series.

Jennifer Bui Profile
Jennifer Bui answered

The Harry Potter series, the Great Gatsby, and the Sherlock Holmes series. (No offense to those saying Divergent, I think the writing is amazing, but the plot is just out of whack.)

Alex  Thompson Profile
Alex Thompson answered

Arthur Conan Doyle, Sidney Sheldon,  and Agatha Christie are three authors I would suggest anyone to read.

Emily Rivers Profile
Emily Rivers answered

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger.

These books have stood the test of time and hopefully they'll continue to - they might be old, but it's still so easy to relate to the characters!

John Rothstein Profile
John Rothstein , revscrj using John's account, dont flame him , answered

Listen Little Man

Your God is too small

and

The book of the SubGenius

Steve Smith Profile
Steve Smith answered

A History of Western Philosophy -Bertrand Russell

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams

The Two Towers - J.R.R. Tolkien

dylan gregory Profile
dylan gregory answered

1. The Giver. 

2. House of Night Series. (Better version of Twilight) 

3. Ferdinad the Bull... :P

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered

1. The Three Editions of 'The Land of Stories' by Chris Colfer: The Land of Stories, The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns, The Land of Stories: A Grimm Warning

2. 'Tuf Voyaging' by George R.R. Martin

3.' Down The Rabbit Hole' by Peter Abrahams

hiral prajapati Profile
hiral prajapati answered

1) Hamlet by William Shakespeare 

2) The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien 

3) The Holy Bible. 

Everyone should read these books!

Gloria Yu Profile
Gloria Yu answered

Complete Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,

A Rose For the ANZAC Boys by Jackie French

Frankenstein by Mary Shelly

Varinder Kaundal Profile

1: "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," by Tom Robbins

2: "The Sun Also Rises," by Ernest Hemingway

3: Sherlock Holmes by Doyle
-The fault in our Stars by Greene

4: Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes

5: Cutting stone by verghese

Cookie Roma Profile
Cookie Roma answered

To Kill a Mockingbird

Romeo and Juliette

Pride and Prejudice

Everything else by Jane Austen

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