What is your favorite book? Mine is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.What is your favorite book?Mine is Little Women byLouisa May Alcott. Rose #questionnaire
The best I can do is list favorite authors. I find it virtually impossible to choose just one book 🙂
Hmm, really loved Memoirs of a Geisha. Jurassic Park. Watchers by Dean Koontz. I have many favourites!!! ?
I looooved Watchers!
A Tale of Two Cities
Outlander and Throne of Glass.
Outlander by Diane Gabaldon
Where the heart is -billie Letts
And the glass castle- jeanette walls
A Confederacy of Dunces and Great Expectations
One of my favorites is Jane Eyre.
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy.
I just started reading that one!!! 🙂
Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond. For fiction, The Mirror of Her Dreams by Stephen Donaldson.
Wizards First Rule by Terry Goodkind
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Tuesdays with morrie
Toss up between the Five People You Meet In Heaven and Me Before You.
Little Women is wonderful!! ?
Gone with the Wind, then Little Women!
Pride and Prejudice❤️
Mine is the same. Little women!
“The Grapes of Wrath”, John Steinbeck
the first time
Gone With the Wind.
The Princess Bride.
One of my favourite books too
I can’t choose, why choose?
Mine too!!! People grew up with teddy bears and stuff I grew up with Meg, Liz, Joe… I love that book so much
Little women is my favourite
Anne of Green Gables, Persuasion, Jane Eyre and Little Women
Jane Eyre is also my favourite book!! What’s your favourite movie adaptation
@Mery Loved the Timothy Dalton version, least favourite The Orson Welles adaptation
I like the one of Cary Fukunaga, with the actress from Alice in wonderland Mia Wasikowska
@Mery Haven’t seen it…….yet. Must look out for it
there’s also the miniseries from 2006, but i find the actress of Jane a bit forced in the role
I found Little Women a little preachy. My favourites are usually by Stephen King. Probably the best one is Misery, or maybe The Stand.
The indigo notebook ?
I have to many
Little women also 🙂
@Sharma see this ??
Peter Pan for me
Spring Moon by Bette Bao Lorde.
A Civil Campaign by Lois McMaster Bujold