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14 Books to Read in 2014 | All Things E

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Famous Dystopia Books and Novels

9. What Alice Forgot, by Liane Moriarty- A friend of mine recently finished this book in a week…she couldn’t put it down. All she told me were two words: forgotten life!

A Discovery of Witches: A Novel (All Souls Trilogy). One of the best series of books I've ever read.

  • Jeanne Linnebur

    I agree - this book was good, but the 2nd book is terrible. Drags on & on with way too many details of 14th century Europe that do not pertain to the story line.

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen. Ninety-something-year-old Jacob Jankowski remembers his time in the circus as a young man during the Great Depression, and his friendship with Marlena, the star of the equestrian act, and Rosie, the elephant, who gave them hope.

26 Books That Will Change The Way You See The World (via BuzzFeed)

Outlander (Outlander, #1)

  • Monique Ackley

    I devoured this series and am anxiously awaiting the next book! they're turning it into a mini-series or something like that...

  • Lisa Rick

    I've reread this series a few times. Love it!

The House Girl, cpl best fiction 3/13

Gone with the Wind Fantastic book! I've read it like seven times! (The movie's okay, but not all I thought it would be. Give me the book any day!)

Read Aloud Books on YouTube including: The Giving Tree, No David!, Lama Lama Red Pajama, Miss Nelson is Missing, If You Give a Mouse a Cookies, Olivia, Where the Wild Things Are, You Are Special, and many more!

From blog "2013 is just around the corner and I'm busy goal setting and inspiration seeking. Anyone else?! Here's my recommended books for the New Year if your resolutions go beyond the normal health-related ones. Happier home life? Better photography? More family meals? Considering blogging? There's something for everyone here. Did I miss your favorite title? Let me know what I should add to my own reading list!"

now THAT is funny