1.) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas
The discussion of revenge in this book is quite interesting.
While I did not agree so much with the conclusion, I very
much enjoyed reading the story.
2.) Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
I tried reading this once in high school
and failed. For some reason I found it
difficult. This time around it really made
sense. His practicality and theology
are so rich. I would recommend it to anyone
3.) Emma by Jane Austin
With her witty dialogue and satire
Jane Austin never fails to keep my attention.
Emma had me laughing out loud almost
every time I read it.
4.)Don't Waste Your Life by John Piper
Another second timer, Don't Waste Your Life
has a lot of good things to say. I will probably
read it again though as I was struggling with
insomnia quite a bit this time and didn't absorb
all of it. However, I still found it inspiring.
5.)Fer de Lance by Rex Stout
I love mysteries. My favorite author so far
is actually Harlan Coben, he never fails to
shock me with the conclusion, but I just
recently started reading about Nero Wolf,
a quite fat detective and Arche Goodwin, his
assistant. Witty and clever, I will probably be
reading more of Stout's works in the near