I bought a book on Christmas and it was so good, I was able to read the whole thing, including the preface, without even having to open it.
I was so happy I didn’t even know I had bought it.
If you’re planning to buy a Christmas gift, it’s worth getting some books on this list as they’re all great reads.1.
The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald2.
How to Make It Through the Night by William Golding3.
What’s the Story of Everything?
by Daniel Handler4.
Invisible Cities by Ayn Rand5.
This One Summer by John Steinbeck6.
Snow Crash by Dan Simmons7.
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov8.
A Good Man is Hard to Find by Stephen King9.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by James Patterson10.
Love and Other Stories by J.D. Salinger11.
Gone Girl by Neil Gaiman12.
Beowulf: A New Translation by Peter Jackson13.
Homer’s Odyssey by Homer14.
Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino15.
Little House on the Prairie by Llewyn Davis16.
Escape from Guantanamo Bay by Eric Bana17.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Neil Simon18.
American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis19.
Dorothy and the Chocolate Factory by Mary McCarthy20.
Catskill Cats by Margaret Atwood21.
All the Pretty Horses by Jodi Picoult22.
Life of Pi by André Bazin23.
Alice Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll24.
Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Journals of Ralph Waldo Clark25.
I Am Legend by Richard Wagner26.
Anna Karenina by Karen Joy Fowler27.
Beautiful Creatures by Alice Walker28.
We Need to Talk About Kevin by Kevin Smith29.
Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James30.
Maggie’s Game by JK Rowling31.
Bag of Bones by William Goldman32.
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of the Legendary Tiger by Tim Burton33.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JRR Tolkien34.
Twilight by James Joyce35.
Journey to the Center of the Earth by Ken Follett36.
Harper Lee: The Grapes of Wrath by A. A. Milne37.
No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy38.
Slumdog Millionaire by Spike Lee39.
Black Swan by Alex Garland40.
Tales of the City by David Foster Wallace41.
Blood Meridian by Ernest Hemingway42.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley43.
Mr. Turner by Charles Dickens44.
Altered Carbon by James Baldwin45.
An Unkindness of Strangers by Anne Rice46.
On the Road by David Sedaris47.
Orientalism by Robert Cialdini48.
Ghost Story by H.G. Wells49.
When Marnie Was There by Ann Patchett50.
My Name is Earl: The Life and Times of Marni by David Hockney51.
Waking Life by Robert Frost52.
Cat on the Run by James Frey53.
Chasing the Ledge by Jody Hill54.
Good Night, My Name is Harry by Harry Potter55.
Necessary Roughness by David Simon56.
For the Love of All Saints by John Green57.
Where the Wild Things Are by Cormack McCarthy58.
Lost Boys by James Dashner59.
Flip by Michael Hirst60.
Red Riding Hood by Will Eisner61.
Zombie: The Complete Series by Brian Azzarello62.
Stardust by NeilGaiman63.
Darkness Falls by William Gibson64.
Vampire: The Masquerade by William Blake65.
Out of Africa by Aisha Tyler66.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee67.
Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith68.
From Dusk Till Dawn by Neil Lyndon69.
It Can’t Happen Here by Stephenie Meyer70.
Children of God by Gary Larson71.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
by Darlene Love72.
Green Lantern by Neil Clark73.
Elena of Avalor by Gail Carriger74.
Lord of the Flies by Edgar Rice Burroughs75.
Shadow Wars: The Dark Side of the Moon by Christopher Priest76.
Claire Danes Book of Secrets: The Book of Lies by Claire Danes77.
Shattered: Stories from the Inside Story of the Most