My favorite book is Peace Like a River by Leif Enger. Whenever I find a copy for sale at a thrift store or used book store for a few dollars, I’ll buy it to lend out or give away.
About a month ago I decided to take 3 of my copies to work in case any of my coworkers were interested in borrowing a copy.
When one of my coworkers expressed interest in borrowing a copy, I asked what her favorite book was. She replied Unbroken, which is a book I’ve had sitting on my bookshelf for a few years. I decided if she was going to read my favorite book then I was going to read her favorite.
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Where the Red Fern Grows was my favorite book for years. From what I remember, I was in middle school the first time I read it. I think it was the first book to ever make me cry, and I was so impressed that a book could do that.
I had cried during movies plenty of times. But crying from reading a book? Never.
Over the years, I’ve grown to love anything that can make me cry. If something like a book or a movie can make me cry, it immediately gets the thumbs up from me.
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Should I start off by admitting that I cried when the book ended? Probably not, so we’ll leave that for a bit.
Forget I mentioned anything. *cough*
Continue reading “Book Nook: Anne of Green Gables – L.M. Montgomery”
I’d been meaning to read Pride and Prejudice ever since my sister gave me a copy of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, making sure I knew I wasn’t to read the zombie version before the original. It took me a few years, but I decided it was time to fill all the prerequisites for being able to finally read about some zombies.
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