Sunday, September 23, 2007

Ten Books that Everyone Should Read


1. Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster

2. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle

3. East of Eden by John Steinbeck

4. Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

5. Sex God by Rob Bell

6. Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis

7. Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

8. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

9. Victory over the Darkness by Neil Anderson

10. Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers


6 comments:

Lindsay said...

Kite Runner is the selection for our upcoming reading group this Thursday. Will either have the book read by then or be motivated to read it.

Denise W said...

I have tried and tried to read Redeeming Love!! It just will not happen for me.....

I did just finish The Golden Compass and it was a good one.

penguinn said...

Did you know that Madeleine L'Engle died a couple of weeks ago?
I have read "Victory over Darkness" - an excellant book and must read. There's not enough said in the Christian circles about this subject.

Lisa said...

Yes, I did hear about Ms. L'Engle's death. It was a very sad day for me but I know that she had not been in good health for a while.

I agree with your comments about Victory Over the Darkness. It should be a requirement for those walking by faith. Life-changing.

Thanks for stopping by!

Sheila said...

I'm so glad God doesn't require that all our reading lists match each other's....

I'm woefully short in the fiction department. I just can't read fiction unless I'm on vacation, and when I'm on vacation I don't want to read...

(I can't read it during normal times because if it's well written I can't put it down, so end up losing hours of sleep, not getting things done,e tc. Any advice from anyone?)

silly me said...

1. started, not finished.
2. saw the play when i was little, on my list.
3. to do.
4. to do.
5. to do.
6. check. several times.
7. to do.
8. to do.
9. to do.
10. to do.
i used to be an avid fiction reader. my husband is almost only a non-fiction reader. it rubbed off. now, i want to venture back into fiction. i've just picked up mere christianity again. love it as much as i did the first time!

my hair?! are you talking to me?! i used to have great hair and then i got poor and tired. oh, well...