Books My Friends Think Are Flawless

Edit: for whatever fluffin’ reason, my post didn’t publish on time. When I went to double check, I found that out, so here it is now. Sorry about that.

Now, I did say I liked movies. I do; I love movies. But, I especially adore books. If you’ve been here a while, you know that’s not a surprise. And much like movies, my opinions seem to be different not only from critics but audiences too. My opinions tend to stand out (which was particularly nerve-wrecking in my many literature classes in college). So, while I was asking about movies they thought were flawless, I also asked what books were flawless. I got significantly less answers, since many of my friends don’t read as much. And like the movies, I didn’t ask for a reason, just titles.

  • To Kill a Mockingbird
  • The Help
  • The Count of Monte Cristo
  • the Dresden Files series
  • Everyone Poops (yes, this was an actual answer)
  • Inkheart
  • Penguins Hate Stuff
  • Howl’s Moving Castle
  • Leven Thumps & the Gateway of Foo
  • Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

And that’s what I got.

Again, opinions are so diverse. And I’ve only read three of these, which means opinions can be personal, not universal, and/or not readily available.

To repeat what I said last time about movies, figure out what you like, watch what you like, and don’t let critics, or even those around you, tell you what to enjoy. What I enjoy others may not, and what others enjoy I may not. (Am I the only lady who doesn’t particularly enjoy Pride and Prejudice?)

Let me know what you consider flawless, if you would like to add to the list.

Hugs

Alexandra

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