The one book that comes to mind is a true story. I've wanted to recommend it numerous times but can't because I don't remember the title. Briefly, it's about a young Caifornia girl who swims miles every morning in the ocean. She tells the story of a one in a lifetime, if your lucky, experience w/the underworld. I wouldn't give the story its deserving justice. Its a story that can only be explained by someone who lived it. Does anyone happen to know what Im talking about?
There's a series of four books by James Herriot, "All Creatures Great and Small", "All Things Bright and Beautiful", "All Things Wise and Wonderful", and "The Lord God Made Them All". Together that series is probably my favorite set of books. I don't know how many times I've gone back and read them again.
Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell; The Stranger, by Albert Camus; The Metamorphosis and other short stories - plus The Trial - by Franz Kafka; Man's Search for Meaning, by Viktor Frankl; Blow-Up and other stories by Julio Cortazar; anything by Ray Bradbury; Phillip K. Dick; Isaac Asimov; Dean Koontz; Stephen King; Arthur C. Clarke; and way too many more that picking just one is next to impossible.
the skin im in, my sisters keeper, and the awake series with the girl who learns that she is a dream catcher and she works with the police. that series is awsome and addicting it makes u want to keep reading and never stop