The Rainmaker, by John Grisham. Can't remember the whole storyline, but I believe a young and inexperienced lawyer makes a huge and evil corporate entity rain hundreds of millions dollars on deserving, humble clients.
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier or To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Jurassic Park, by Michael Crighton. Best. Novel. Ever. And completely original.
That's an easy one for me: The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. That book alone made him my favorite author.
by Wayne Barrett4 years ago
What novel would you say has made the biggest impact on your life?John Stienbeck's, "Grapes of Wrath" Is a classic and is considered by many to be one of the top 10 novels in history. I read the novel and...
by Sarah Jackson13 months ago
TOP TEN BEST BOOKS (yet...)If you are a ridiculous, I mean...er, avid reader like myself, then you will read just about anything. I have a love of so many authors, genres and subjects, but there are always a few that...
by Alan4 years ago
A personal choice between theism and natural evolutionary processesDo you think it helps to ditch the idea of a god dictating our lives and turn, instead, to the natural evolutionary process of selection and survival of...
by Laura Schneider10 months ago
Why do so many people feel "entitled" and "deserving" these days?This seems especially apparent in younger people and children.
by Michael247 years ago
Through out the entire history of the Oscars there has been the question of the least deserving best picture. For me personally it has to be Gladiator.
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