We’ve all seen the lists, we’ve all thought, “I should really read that someday,” but for all of us, there are still books on “The List” that we haven’t actually gotten around to reading. Even though we know they’re fabulous. Even though we know that we’ll like them. Or that we’ll learn from them. Or just that they’re supposed to be worthy. We just … haven’t gotten around to them yet.
What’s the best book that YOU haven’t read yet?
I have quite a few of those on my shelf. It's kind of sad that I haven't read them when I've had them for years.
*Roots by Alex Haley
*Watership Down by Richard Adams
*Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak
*The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
*Villette by Charlotte Bronte
*Far From the Madding Crowd, Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy
Ones I want but don't have yet:
*Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte
*Avalon by Anya Seton
*March by Geraldine Brooks
*Many, many more
So have you read any of these? Do you recommend me moving any up on the list? Please comment!