Answer: This week’s question requires no clarification or witty forward. Onto the list...
- A Tale of Two Cities (Charles Dickens) – It seems that everyone but us recognized the brilliance of this novel. Maybe the second time’s the charm.
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams) – We never underestimate the power of a good laugh! You shouldn’t either.
- The Hobbit (J.R.R Tolkien) – It’s been far too long since we re-read this one. Our main goal is to be completely up to speed in time for the movie release.
- Magic Kingdom for Sale – Sold (Terry Brooks) – For some reason we (Evan) have very fond memories of this book from childhood (12ish). It’s time to see if said fondness remains intact as an adult. Plus, we think there’s a more recent addition to this series???
- To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee) – Every so often we need a Scout and Atticus fix.
- Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte) – We’re fairly open about the fact that we loathe, loathe, loathe the character of Heathcliff. That being said, sometimes it’s fun to torture yourself. Plus, it really is a fascinating book.
- Skipping Christmas (John Grisham) – We need a guaranteed good Christmas read this December. A Christmas Carol was last year, so the Kranks will probably get their chance in 2011.
- Ulysses (James Joyce) – Ha! Only joking! We will never, no way, no how, ever never read this book again. NEVER!
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