Thursday, August 31, 2006

Thursday Thirteen #6


13 of My Favorite Books

1) Oryx and Crake, Margaret Atwood
2) Wheel of Time (Series), Robert Jordan
3) Wizard in Glass, Stephen King
4) Gone With The Wind, Margaret Mitchell
5) Watership Down, Richard Adams
6) Ronia, the Robber's Daughter, Astrid Lindgren
7) Secret of Nimh, Robert C. O'Brien
8) Namesake, Jhumpa Lahiri
9) A Song of Ice and Fire (Series), George R.R. Martin
10) Vampire Chronicles, Anne Rice
11) Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien
12) Harry Potter Books, J.K. Rowling
13) Sword of Shannara, Terry Brooks


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17 comments:

wrigley said...

wow your intro on top caught my attention. a tale of two sisters. this is an interesting blog.

i love Lord of the Rings, too. my list is up!

The Shrone said...

I love book lists! I'll have to swipe some from you for my 50 book challenge! My TT is up!

guppyman said...

Wow... A book list with a couple i have actually read!

Woman Wonders said...

I was thinking about doing this same TT list this week! HOW FUNNY!

Thanks for stopping by my TT last week!

Janet said...

You know...altho Stephen King is one of my favorite authors, I've never read his Dark Tower set! I need to do that, and soon :-)

I loved your list! #s 4, 5, 10, 11 & 12 are some of my favs, too :-)

Caledonia said...

I love Anne Rice and GWTW

Measi said...

I'd have to include several from your list into a 13 of mine. :)

Cindy said...

I'm not a big fan of fantasy or sci-fi, but I did enjoy the Lord of the Rings books very much, and the Chronicles of Narnia (although not on your list) is one of my favorites of all time.

Gypsy said...

Why does it not surprise me that several of my faves are on your list? Great minds and all that.

Southern Girl said...

Hmm, I'm only familiar with #4, 5, and 12. I'll have to check out the rest. :)

Thanks for visiting my TT!

Tracy said...

I knew J.K. Rowling was a genious when I read in her first Harry Potter book about Quidditch (sp?). I was so amazed that I could completely visualize and understand all of the rules to a game that is imaginary. Very cool. I couldn't wait to see the first movie just to watch the quidditch tournament!

Laura said...

We're about to start watching the Lord Of the Rings series on DVD (again). All of us have been in the mood for it lately. Something about this weather, the rain and wind... perfect!

JerseyTjej said...

I purchased Lof the R but I am a sorry reader and have not read anything on your list! How nice is that that you sisters blog together...I can't get my sister to read mine...they are afraid,,,VERY afraid!, MUAHHAAA!

Paxil Princess said...

I'm not familiar with all the books you listed, but some I have read and they are wonderful.

Happy T13!

The Red Queen said...

Great list,thanks for stopping by. Be blessed.

Jenny Ryan said...

The Wheel Of Time series is fantastic! Although, I did get sort of bogged down in book 6 and haven't yet caught up with the rest of the series.

Jersey Girl said...

I love a good book!