Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Favorite Fiction books

OK, next question, what are your favorite fiction books? please comment and tell me.

I don't read that many fiction books, but Here is what comes to mind:"Safely Home," "Lord of the Rings," and "The Chronicles of Narnia".

17 comments:

hanananah said...

To name a few...

Paradise Lost by John Milton

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

The Screwtape Letters [and any other book] by C.S. Lewis

Anna said...

I really enjoyed Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

Jesus Freak said...

Lets see... I like Lord of the Rings and Chronicles of Narnia too! Also, I like "The Door Within" series , the "Dragons in our Midsts" series, and a few others like that. :~)
-Adian

Life Savior said...

I like; Lord of the Rings, The Eragon series, and the Narnia series.

-Nick

Caleb said...

Most of the fictional books I read are historical fiction, so I don't know if those technically count. Three of my favorite authors of that genre are George Alfred Henty, Robert Michael Ballantyne, and Douglas Bond. I also like the "Chronicles of Narnia" series by C.S. Lewis, the "Lord of the Rings" series by J.R.R. Tolkien, the "Father Brown" series by G.K. Chesterton, and the "Sherlock Holmes" series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

~Caleb Nathaniel

P.S. Is Anyone Seeing "Prince Caspian" tomorrow?

cj said...

Caleb- Were going to see it on Tuesday.

becca said...

Caleb-

My family and I are seeing tomorrow evening! My sister made a Lucy dress with my Gramma! She is wearing it to the movie and my brother is wearing a "Peter outfit".

-Becca

Alyssa C. said...

Narnia, the Lord of the Rings. I also like books by Kathy Tyers ( Firebird) and Karen Hancock (The Legends of the Guardian King). They are pretty good allegories. I also like Francine Rivers' books. And Randy Alcorn's books...Deadline, etc.
(And I'm trying to make my list short.) =P

Margaret Neufeld said...

The Gate Seldom Found was a good one although it's based on a true story, it was in the fiction section in our local library. I didn't agree with everything but overall it was an amazing book.

Rachel said...

I like Lord of the Rings, the Inheritance Cycle, Warriors Srs. (Erin Hunter), Left Behind, The Kids. I like a lot more, but for some reason I can't remember their names!

~Rachel

cj said...
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cj said...

These sound like great books! Thanks for sharing.

-cj

Caleb- We changed our minds about seeing "Narnia" Tuesday, instead we saw it last night.

L said...

I love any Ted DekKer Books. I am reading the Lost Books right now. Just about to read the third one. :-)

Lauren

Life Savior said...

The "Lord of the Rings", The "Enhieritence trilogy" (Eragon) that will become something else since the auther can't fit everything into the last book, "Great expectations" and the "Chronicles of Narnia".

-Kole

Life Savior said...

The "Lord of the Rings", The "Enhieritence trilogy" (Eragon) that will become something else since the auther can't fit everything into the last book, "Great expectations" and the "Chronicles of Narnia".

-Kole

Becca said...

Hi,
This is really Becca's sister just so you know.
I am reading a Book called 'Beyond the Summerland' It is the first book in a fantasy series called "The Binding of the Blade" by L.B. Graham. and I am really liking it. I am not far into it yet,(p250) but my friend who have read it said it has a really good end,
I think she said second to 'The Last Battle' which is very good indeed!
also the 'Dragons in our Midst' series is very good as well.
Grace
http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/narniarox/

Meshaay said...

Most Ted Dekker books, especially Showdown and the Circle Trilogy, the Chronicles of Narnia and the Wally McDoogle books. I was just wondering Adian (or whoever else may have read the books) don't the Dragons in our Midst books include a bit of a reincarnation type thing with who the dragons are and such?