The Best of Everything – Books

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You may have read in “The Map” that when I made the choice to experience the best of everything I could, I started by reading the Favorite Books of Librarians. Join me on the Quest for the Best and read these books with me! Let us know which ones you’ve read in the comments below. And while you read, open up to the possibility that the “best” is yet to come…

  1. Pride and Prejudice ~ Austin
  2. To Kill a Mockingbird ~ Lee
  3. Jane Eyre ~ Bronte
  4. Gone with the Wind ~ Mitchell
  5. Lord of the Rings ~ Tolkien
  6. The Catcher in the Rye ~ Salinger
  7. Little Women ~ Alcott
  8. A Prayer of Owen Meany ~ Irving
  9. The Stand ~ King
  10. The Great Gatsby – Fitzgerald
  11. Mists of Avalon ~ Bradley
  12. David Copperfield ~ Dickens
  13. Kristen Lavransdotter ~ Undset
  14. Beloved ~ Morrison
  15. Age of Innocence ~ Wharton
  16. The Shell Seekers ~ Pilcher
  17. Tess of the D’Ubervilles ~ Hardy
  18. The World According to Garp ~ Irving
  19. Catch 22 ~ Heller
  20. The Clan of the Cave Bear ~ Auel
  21. The Horse Whisperer ~ Evans
  22. Pillars of the Earth ~ Follett
  23. Prince of Tides ~ Conroy
  24. Possession ~ Byatt
  25. Rebecca ~ DuMaurier
  26. Follow the River ~ Thorn
  27. My Antonia ~ Cather
  28. The Old Man and the Sea ~ Hemingway
  29. The Scarlet Letter ~ Hawthorne
  30. Sophies Choice ~ Styron
  31. Snow Falling on Cedars ~ Guterson
  32. One Hundred Years of Solitude ~ Marquez
  33. Name of the Rose ~ Eco
  34. The Giver ~ Lowry
  35. Cold Mountain ~ Frazier
  36. Cold Sassy Tree ~ Burns
  37. Atlas Shrugged ~ Rand
  38. Bridge to Terebithia ~ Paterson
  39. Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant ~ Tyler
  40. The Hobbit ~ Tolkien
  41. Les Miserables ~ Hugo
  42. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ~ Lewis
  43. Wuthering Heights ~ Bronte
  44. A Tale of Two Cities ~ Dickens
  45. Huckleberry Finn ~ Twain
  46. Alice in Wonderland ~ Carroll
  47. The Wind in the Willows ~ Grahame
  48. The Bean Trees ~ Kingsolving
  49. Ben Hur ~ Wallace
  50. And Then There Were None ~ Christie
  51. The Secret Garden ~ Burnett
  52. Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry ~ Taylor
  53. Busman’s Honeymoon ~ Sayers
  54. Schindler’s List ~ Keneally
  55. Emma ~ Austen
  56. The Color Purple ~ Walker
  57. The Count of Monte Cristo ~ Dumas
  58. Charlotte’s Web ~ White
  59. Anne of Green Gables ~ Montgomery
  60. The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya- Sisterhood ~ Wells
  61. Lady Chatterly’s Lover ~ Lawrence
  62. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn ~ Smith
  63. East of Eden ~ Steinbeck
  64. The Once and Future King ~ White
  65. Enders Game ~ Card
  66. The Fountainhead ~ Rand
  67. A Patchwork Planet ~ Tyler
  68. Gaudy Night ~ Sayers
  69. Shogun ~ Clavell
  70. Grapes of Wrath ~ Steinbeck
  71. Handmaid’s Tale ~ Atwood
  72. Lonesome Dove ~ McMurtry
  73. Outlander ~ Gabaldon
  74. Pigs in Heaven ~ Kingsolver
  75. Slaughterhouse Five ~ Vonnegut
  76. Jude the Obscure ~ Hardy
  77. Time and Again ~ Finney
  78. Misery ~ King
  79. A Christmas Carol ~ Dickens
  80. The Accidental Tourist ~ Tyler
  81. Giants of the Earth ~ Rolvaaag
  82. Persuasion ~ Austen
  83. Fried Green Tomatoes ~ Flagg
  84. Tisha ~ Specht
  85. The Thornbirds ~ McCullough
  86. Christy ~ Marshall
  87. Lost Horizon ~ Hilton
  88. The Little Prince ~ St. Exupery
  89. Fahrenheight 451 ~ Bradbury
  90. For Whom the Bell Tolls ~ Hemmingway
  91. Frankenstein ~ Shelley
  92. Bleak House ~ Dickens
  93. Boy’s Life ~ McCammon
  94. Chesapeake ~ Michener
  95. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy ~ Adams
  96. How Green Was My Valley ~ Llewellyn
  97. Howard’s End ~ Forster
  98. I, Robot ~ Asimov
  99. Of Mice and Men ~ Steinbeck
  100. A Passage to India ~ Forster
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