Readers Share Their Favorite Books That Stayed With Them Long After Being Read…

To read or not to read?

Barnes & Noble asked Readers to share a book that stayed with them long after they had read it. Many instantly chimed in with Elaborate responses. Here I share excerpts:

  • Harry Potter series
  • The Alchemist
  • The Bible
  • The Book Thief
  • The Outsiders
  • To Kill a Mockingbird
  • 1984
  • The Fault in Our Stars
  • Looking For Alaska
  • The Giving Tree
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Cather in the Rye
  • She’s Come Undone
  • Hunger Games series
  • When Breath Becomes Air
  • The Secret Garden
  • Tuesday’s With Morrie
  • Pride and Prejudice
  • Who Moved My Cheese
  • The Shack
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Fahrenheit 451
  • Eleanor and Park
  • The Nightingale
  • All The Light We Cannot See
  • Unbroken
  • The Giver

There you have it! Did any resonate with you? Don’t throw a Tantrum, Do Share!

Cheers!

Author: Dr. Shelly C

Dr. Shelly Cameron is an Author, Speaker, OD Consultant and Coach. She has researched the topic of Success and written 6 books on Success, Leadership, Career, inspiration and motivation. Her research on the Leadership Challenge was published in the Journal of American Academy of Business Cambridge (JAABC). She now uses the results of her research to connect others to Success. When not writing she enjoys movies, reading, and spending time with family.

2 thoughts on “Readers Share Their Favorite Books That Stayed With Them Long After Being Read…”

  1. The book that stayed with me was a mystery I read in the seventh grade called, The Case of the Tarnished Trophy. I have loved mysteries ever since. On a more non-fiction, serious note, it was The New Jim Crow about mass incarceration of blacks as a new form of oppression and injustice. I think of it every time I read of another young black male going to prison and losing his citizenship rights.

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