Cindy and I awoke around 3:00 this morning and couldn't go back to sleep. Frustrating. We somehow started talking about the most memorable books we each had read. After thinking about this subject for a few minutes, I realized this might make a great blog topic.
Of course, it is impossible to come up with ten books that are the best, especially after one has lived a few years and read quite a bit. Nonetheless, I put together this list of ten that have been very memorable for me. What books are most memorable in your life?
|Timeless Wisdom Through the Ages|
|Originally Copyrighted in 1929, This Wonderful Little Book Opened My Eyes to The World of Verse|
|Bruce Catton's 1963 History of the Civil War Was the First Time I Ever Read History That Was Written as A Story in A Most Interesting Style|
|If You Want to Know How to Live Your Life By Faith in God, Read This 2003 True Story By Mary Dunham Faulkner|
|There is No Better Way to Start Your Day Than With The Daily Readings From Mrs. Charles E. Cowman's 1928 Devotional Masterpiece|
|Phenomenal Writing From a Storytelling Master, Cormac McCarthy, 1979|
|A Treasure Trove of Americana in Diane Ravitch's 1990 Classic Compilation|
|Has There Ever Been A Better Storyteller Than Jack London?...1903|
|You Will Laugh. You Will Cry. You Will THINK in Mitch Albom's 2003 Classic. On the New York Times Best Seller List For 95 Consecutive Weeks|
|James Agee's 1958 Pulitzer Prize Winning Novel, Set in Knoxville, Tennessee, Explores Family and Societal Dynamics in Death.|
What are some of your most memorable books?