"“Some books should be tasted, some devoured, but only a few should be chewed and digested thoroughly.” -Francis Bacon" My favorite books: 1. The Three Musketeers - A. Dumas Because it doesn't read like a classic. It's fast paced, full of romance, and you never feel like you're slogging. 2. Lord of the Rings- J. R. R. Tolkien Because I'm always game for an adventure. 3. A Game of Thrones - G. R. R. Martin For not going the way the reader wants 4. Northanger Abbey- J. Austen 5. Watership Down- R Adams Because it has a lot of good lessons and the ending made me cry for hours 6. The World Without Us- A. Weisman Because it's an incredible, well researched non-fiction about what would happen to dogs, power plants, bridges, the ocean, mosquitoes, etc. if humans suddenly disappeared.