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If you could recommed everyone one book whether it be inspiring/interesting, wha

  1. Sarah Masson profile image68
    Sarah Massonposted 7 years ago

    If you could recommed everyone one book whether it be inspiring/interesting, what would it be?

  2. Kerouac100 profile image60
    Kerouac100posted 7 years ago

    The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey. It's got that 60's can change things for the better vibe to it I like

  3. theseus profile image81
    theseusposted 7 years ago

    Hi Sarah. I would definitely recommend either of the books of my favorite authors Og Mandino and Mitch Alboom. The greatest salesman in the world by Mandino is a must-read. Five people you met in heaven/ Tuesdays with Morrie by Alboom are amazingly good.

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    Connor Parxposted 7 years ago

    One book I always buy for younger family members is Jonathan Livingston Seagull described as  "about a seagull learning about life and flight, and a homily about self-perfection."

    The book reached the top of the New York Times Best Seller list where it remained for 38 weeks in the early seventies.

  5. freecampingaussie profile image62
    freecampingaussieposted 7 years ago

    thats a tough one ! just done a hub about a few favourites !
    Diary of Anne Franks was good, especially for people who moan a lot, she went thru a lot like Helen Keller & others.

  6. MickS profile image70
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    Huxley,  Brave New World; although, next week I may say, Orwell, 1984.

  7. Right On Time profile image63
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    The Power of Now by Eckhardt Tolle                                           .

  8. simeonvisser profile image84
    simeonvisserposted 7 years ago

    I would recommend the book "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill.

  9. MehreenM profile image58
    MehreenMposted 7 years ago

    '7 habits of highly effective people' by Stephen Covey is a LIFE-CHANGER.

  10. May PL profile image71
    May PLposted 7 years ago

    Battlefield of the Mind, written by Joyce Meyer. Great book from the Christian perspective.

  11. Edlira profile image66
    Edliraposted 7 years ago

    I would reccomend "The Alchemyst" by Paulo Coelho!

  12. Jed Wright profile image52
    Jed Wrightposted 7 years ago

    The book that I wrote
    "Wake Up, O Sleeper"


  13. SilverAce profile image59
    SilverAceposted 7 years ago

    The five major pieces to the life puzzle
    by Jim Rohn

  14. Parchessey profile image85
    Parchesseyposted 7 years ago

    I would recommend The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason. It's a fantastic book about garnering wealth and it's relatively short too (for those who find reading boring). It's not quite a how to, but it does have tips in short stories about the citizens of Babylon and how they went from poor to rich. It even has tips on how to save and get out of debt at the same time. It is just a great read.

  15. The Farmers Wife profile image61
    The Farmers Wifeposted 7 years ago

    Birds Without Wings by Louis de Bernierre - Its so beautifully written with a great storyline. The story if fictional but the history line it follows is based on fact.

    A great read :-)

  16. Dian'swords4u profile image60
    Dian'swords4uposted 7 years ago

    I would recommend the Bible, because it has all the answers to every question in life that you could ever ask and it gives you everything you need to know to be a successful and caring person in life.  Every word in it is absolutely true beyond a shadow of a doubt and it is the only source that I trust for any of life's questions.

  17. sturner1 profile image65
    sturner1posted 7 years ago

    Pride and Prejudice, I can read it over and over, and discover something new. Jane Austen was definately ahead of her time.

  18. slc334 profile image41
    slc334posted 7 years ago

    The moon is down, by John Steinbeck

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  19. fossmaniac profile image76
    fossmaniacposted 7 years ago

    I would definitely recommend "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee

  20. pancoor profile image55
    pancoorposted 7 years ago

    Awaken The Giant Within by Anthony Robbins

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    Kiba55posted 7 years ago

    I would recommend Watership Down by Adams

  22. Mbshine profile image61
    Mbshineposted 7 years ago

    CITY BOY, by Herman Wouk. It is a well written fund story about two kids from New York who get into all kinds of trouble. Loads of laughs but serious also.

  23. Mike's Corner profile image80
    Mike's Cornerposted 7 years ago

    One book, wow so hard! I'd have to say "Life of Pi" by Yann Martel.

  24. voice in season profile image61
    voice in seasonposted 7 years ago

    Choke by Chuck Palahniuk is one of the funniest satires I have read. Its a quick read, but packed with dark humor

  25. jsh_golden profile image57
    jsh_goldenposted 7 years ago

    I would have to say Viktor E. Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning" which incorporates first-hand descriptions of the Holocaust. Frankl provides in-depth psychological ailments of Man and evidently, suggests that which makes us human that I believe can be summed up in a following quote:

          "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." -Viktor E. Frankl

  26. Malcolm_Cox profile image69
    Malcolm_Coxposted 7 years ago

    I love the books of Christopher Brookmyre.  A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil is a hilarious crime caper stretching from childhood to adulthood.  Love it!

  27. Leeness profile image56
    Leenessposted 7 years ago

    I'm a bookseller, so recommends is a big part of my job! I would say that Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky is my latest book-love.

  28. cheapsk8chick profile image54
    cheapsk8chickposted 7 years ago

    I would recommend "The Ultimate Career" by Daryl Hoole.

  29. Multiflavour profile image58
    Multiflavourposted 7 years ago

    John Steinbeck "Grapes of Wrath"

    Leo Buscaglia "Living Loving and Learning"

    these 2 booked changed my life and ways I was seeing things.

  30. Ashantina profile image59
    Ashantinaposted 7 years ago

    The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz = an absolute must read! Life changing!!
    And anything by J California Cooper..

  31. Mark Upshaw profile image60
    Mark Upshawposted 7 years ago

    the book of reading and listening to nature.

  32. LeeWalls profile image61
    LeeWallsposted 7 years ago

    The Bible inspired by Jehovah God.

    2 Timothy 3:16
    All Scripture is inspired of God and beneficial for teaching, for reproving, for setting things straight, for disciplining in righteousness, that the man of God may be fully competent, completely equipped for every good work.

    Psalms 83:18
    That people may know that you, whose name is Jehovah, You alone are the Most High over all the earth.

  33. DailyResearcher profile image58
    DailyResearcherposted 7 years ago

    "The Road Less Traveled" by Scott Peck is a lovely read.