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There are so many! Just depends on what you like and what you're in the mood for e.g. heavy-duty Russian classics (e.g. Crime and Punishment, Brothers Karamazov, War and Peace, Anna Karenina, Doctor Zhivago) current best-sellers, historical fiction (The Red Tent, one of my favorites), Victorian literature (Jane Eyre and so on)? Just finished The Language of Flowers, which was a good read, as is the entire Outlander series (seven books - have fun!). BTW, there is a Book Group on AR, where members post reviews of their favorite books, you might find something you like there e.g. I just posted a review of Defending Jacob.
My absolute favorite book of recent memory is 'The Invention of Wings' by Sue Monk Kidd. Profound and thought provoking.
The best book I've ever read is Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.
The Monkeywrench Gang
Hayduke Lives!, both by Edward Abbey
The Third Industrial Revolution, Jeremy Rifkin
The Churchill Factor, Boris Johnson
Is Paris Burning?, Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre
I like Audible. 7 Habits is what I like.
I really haven't read much lately.
It has been many years since I have read anything for enjoyment, the business books keep me busy enough.
Shanna - 5 books is a bit difficult task! 12-week year, 4-hour week, 7-Habits, Richest Man in Babylon, The greatest Salesperson