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*Retired* 2008 Lists > ** Liz's 50 of 2008! **

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message 1: by Liz (last edited Jul 08, 2008 06:56PM) (new)

Liz I am excited to have a goal in mind and hope to maybe even exceed the challenge!
Well.......Here we grow! LOL :)

1) The Pillars of The Earth BY: Ken Follett

2) Jane Eyre BY: Charlote Bronte

3) Jemima J. BY: Jane Green

4) Loved Walked In BY: Maria De Los Santos

(I was thoroughly suprised by this book!
I read it in one day it was so good. A very different love story. Worth reading!!)

5) I, Elizabeth BY: Rosalind Miles

6) A Seperate Peace BY: John Knowles

7) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn BY: Betty Smith
This has to be my favorite book of all time! What a beautiful story.

8) The Picture of Dorian Gray BY: Oscar Wilde

9) Pygmalion BY: George Bernard Shaw

10) The Life of Pi BY: Yann Martel

11) The Kite Runner BY: Khaled Hosseini
What an amazing book!!! A must read for anyone who has not read it yet. I could not put it down.


12) Angel All Over Town BY: LuAnn Rice

13) A Salty Piece of Land BY: Jimmy Buffett

14) What's a Ghoul to Do? BY: Victoria Laurie

15) Aunt Dimity's Death BY: Nancy Atherton

16) Aunt Dimity And The Duke BY: Nancy Atherton

17) Fahrenheit 451 BY: Ray Bradbury

18) Ella Minnow Pea BY: Mark Dunn

19) One For The Money BY: Janet Evanovich

20) Uglies BY: Scott Westerfeld

21) Withering Heights BY: Dorothy Cannell

22) A Common Life BY: Jan Karon

23) The Witch of Portobello BY: Paulo Coelho

24) Me Talk Pretty One Day BY: David Sedaris

25) East of Eden BY: John Steinbeck

26) Two For The Dough BY: Janet Evanovich

27) Wideacre BY: Philippa Gregory


message 2: by Meg (new)

Meg (megvt) | 574 comments How did you like this book? I think it was incredible. I couldn't put it down.


message 3: by Liz (new)

Liz Meg, I absolutely LOVED this book. I also could not put it down. I was a little worried at first. I felt it started a bit slow but then it really picked up. Have you read the next book "World Without End?"


message 4: by Kelly (new)

Kelly B (KellyB) I loved this book as well! I just finished it; it took me a solid month to finish, but hey, I'm writing a thesis at the same time! Are you guys planning on reading the next one? I heard it takes place in the same village, but two centuries later. I'm intrigued, but not sold....


message 5: by [deleted user] (new)

I really enjoyed this book also. I just finished it. I will certainly read more from this author


message 6: by Meg (new)

Meg (megvt) | 574 comments No I have not, have you? I am almost afraid to read it because I didn't want to be disappointed if it isn't as good. Let me know when you start WWE and if it meets your expectations. If I can't resist I will let you know!


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