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Mrs. Barnett's List: Anything Harry Potter, Gore Vidal's books, David McCullough's books, Dan Brown's books, Kurt Vonnegut's books - I like historical fiction, inpsiration, biographiyes, fantasy, mystery, and intrigue. I'm not a big fan of romance or horror. Of this list my favorites are Truman, 1984 (George Orwell), Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Lincoln (Gore Vidal), and Angels and Demons (Dan Brown), Eat, Pray, Love (Liz Gilbert), The Other Boleyn Girl (Phillippa Gregory) the movie version will be released in Feb 2008. Young Adult books: Number the Stars, A View from Saturday, Walk Two Moons, Wrinkle Through Time. Other favorites for deeper reading: Romans, Proverbs, Angela's Ashes, and Within Heaven's Gates.
Byron Saffold's list: My favorite book of all time would have to be Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, I highly recomend any books written by Piers Anthony. He's a big author of fantasy. Anne McCaffrey author of Dragon Flight. Eragon and Eldest are great sequel books. What ever you do don't watch Eragon the movie. It's the worst movie ever.
Luke Sherbert's List: Harry Potter series (favorite-Half-Blood Prince), Dan Brown's (Digital Fortress), The Outsiders
Nicholas Lewis' List: Lord of the Rings series, Inheritance trilogy, Potter books, Halo novels, Artemis Fowl novels, Starcraft novels, A Farewell to Arms, War of the Worlds, Xanth novels by Piers Anthony
Mrs. Wright's List: Anything by Nora Roberts, especially the new trilogy with the vampires, Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice, anything Harry Potter, Christopher Moore's books The Stupidest Angel and The Lamb:Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal, The Sweet Potato Queen's books, Gone With the Wind and Scarlett, The Princess Diaries (It was a book before it was a movie), The Frog Princess trilogy: Once Upon a Curse and others, Emma by Jane Austen (really anything by Jane Austen); Jane Eyre (fabulous book, ladies); Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, The Watsons Go To Birmingham-1963, all the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys book and even a little known series called the Bobsey Twins Mysteries
Cody Green's List: All of the Left Behind Series, Harry Potter, Catch Her in the Rye, The Harrowing, The Bible, and the Dan Brown Series.
Jenni Mizzell's List - I don't have a favorite book or anything like that, but I do love the Lurlene Mcdaniel books. That's pretty much it.
Morgan Roberson's List- I love to read. My favorite book is Lovely Bones.
Dani Byrd - I love alot of books. I realy like the book A Rose for Melinda by Lurlene Mcdaniel. I also like Lovely Bones(although i never finished the whole book), The Bible, and my favorite is Gone With The Wind. Another good book is Among the Hidden.
Chelsea Alt's Book list- i love all lauralene mcdaniel books. they make me cry but they are still good.
Shelby Guys List- I read so much theat I can't tell you all of the good books I've read but one of my favorite books is To Kill A Mockingbird. Romance- Any thing Nicolas Sparks such as: The Notebook, The Wedding, and A Walk to Remember Lurlene Mcdaniel books are good for a romance also but many make you cry Scary- Chistopher Pike books are very good the canbe found in our school library: Remember Me (their is a 1,2,& 3), The Lost Mind, Die Softly, Hit and Run, Monster, Bury me deep. Louis Duncan books are also the best : Summer of Fear, Stranger With my face, Killing Mr. Griffin and all of the other ones. Also R.L Stine. For Girls- Meg Cabot: The Princess Diaries the series and All American Girl are all very good books I love Lovely Bones actually recomended it to Dani and she liked it but it is very graphic of suprising it stuns you and makes you feel, well, bad but it is still a good book and the ending make it better Philis Reynolds Naylor: Simply Alice, The Agony of Alice. Also Megan Meades Guide to Mcgowan Boys it isn't at the school byu it is onje of my very favorites also! Mystery- The Other Side of the Dark- by Joan Lowery Nixon, I had to read Rebecca by Daphine DuMaurier this summer for the summer reading list and it started off slow but it got very good.
Lani Bourgeois' books- Twilight, A New Moon, Eclipse, Among the Hidden, Among the Betrayed, Among the Free, and Tiger Eyes. I really like suspence books that give you a sense of fear!!!