[bksvol-discuss] Re: BKS favorite books- over 100

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Scott Rains" <scottr@
benetech.org>
To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2011 5:00 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: BKS favorite books- over 100


Volunteers,

A round of applause for Denise! She has captured your nominations for
Bookshare Volunteers' Most Enjoyable Books. Using the power of a polling
place monitor she limited everyone to five books maximum and came up with
this list below and attached as a spreadsheet.

Scott Rains
Benetech Fellow





 A Prologue To Love
 Taylor Caldwell


 A Song Of Ice and Fire
 George RR Martin


 AD Chronicles Series
 Bodie and Brock Thoene


 An Equal Music

 Vikram Seth


 Anathem

 Neal Stephenson


 Anna Karenina

 Leo Tolstoy


 As You Like It

 William Shakespeare



 Beach Music

 Pat Conroy


 Bratt Farrar

 Josephine Tey


 Chinaberry
 James Still


 Circle of Love

 Syrel Rogovin Leahy


 Codex Solara Series
 Jim Butcher


 Cold Mountain

 Charles Frazier


 Crime and Punishment
 Fydor Dostoevsky


 Darkness at Noon
 Arthur Koestler


 Domina: A Beautiful Woman Doctor's Search for
 Professional Acceptance and the Man She Loves
 Barbara Wood


 Don Quixote
 Cervantes


 Dragonlance Chronicles
 Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman


 East of Eden

 John Steinbeck


 Gone with the Wind
 Margaret Mitchel


 Great Expectations
 Charles Dickens


 Green Dolphin Street
 Elizabeth Goudge


 Greenmantle
 John Buchan


 Gulliver's Travels
 Jonathan Swift


 Handling Sin

 Michael Malone


 Harry Potter series
 JK Rawling


 Hearts in Atlantis
 Stephen King


 Heavy Planet
 Hal Clement


 Huckleberry Finn
 Mark Twain


 Jane Eyre

 Bronté


 Joanna Brady Series
 J A Jance


 John McNabb

 John Buchan


 Jurassic Park
 Michael Chrichton


 Just Kids

 Patti Smith


 Kind Of Blue: The Making Of The Miles Davis
 Masterpiece
 Ashley Kahn, JimmyCobb


 Legends

 Laura Risnick


 Leonardo's Mountain of Clams and the Diet of Worms
 Stephen Jay Gould


 Little Bee: A Novel
 Chris Cleave


 Little Dorrit

 Charles Dickens


 Little Women

 Louisa May Alcott


 Macbeth

 William Shakespeare


 Madame Secretary
 Madelaine Albright


 Mare's War -
 Tanita S Davis


 Men Martians and Machines
 Eric Frank Russell


 Mere Christianity
 C S Lewis


 Mr Standfast

 John Buchan


 My Sweet Audrina
 VC Andrews


 O K*A*P*L*A*N MY K*A*P*L*A*N
 Leo Rosten


 Oliver Twist

 Charles Dickens


 One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
 Alexksandr Solzhenitsyn


 Oryx and Crape

 Margaret Atwood


 Our Mutual Friend
 Charles Dickens


 Peter Decker & Rina Lazarus Series
 Faye Kellerman


 Peter Wimsey mysteries
 Dorothy L Sayers


 Pilgrim's Progress
 John Bunyan


 Pillars of the Earth
 Ken Follett


 Promises to Keep
 T Davis Bunn


 Proof
 Dick Francis


 Riders
 of the Purple Sage
 Zane Grey


 Romeo and Juliet
 William Shakespeare


 Room: A Novel
 Emma Donoghue


 Room: A Novel by Emma Donoghue Little Bee: A
 Novel
 Chris Cleave


 Sherlock Holmes novels
 Arthur Conan Doyle


 Singularity Sky
 Charles Stross


 Six Hours One Friday
 Max Lucado


 Stephanie Plum novels
 Janet Evanovich


 Stones into Schools:
 Promoting Peace with Education in Afghanistan and Pakistan
<http://www.amazon.com/Stones-into-Schools-Promoting-Afghanistan/dp/0143118
234/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1294086533&sr=8-1>
 Greg Mortenson and Khaled Hosseini


 Such a Pretty Fat (Or Why Pie is Not the Answer)
 Jen Lancaster


 Sword Of Truth

 Terry Goodkind


 The Amelia Peabody books
 Elizabeth Peters


 The Anne of Green Gables series
 Lucy Maud Montgomery


 The Bible



 The Blind Watchmaker
 Richard Dawkins


 The Blue Bottle Club
 Penelope J Stokes


 The Book of Qualities
 J Ruth Gendler


 The Brothers K

 David James Duncan


 The Captain Duncan McClain detective series
 Baynard Kendreck


 The Chronicles of Blood and Stone
 Robert Newcomb
<http://www.amazon.com/Robert-Newcomb/e/B001H9W1H8/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qi
d=1294090793&sr=8-1>


 The Culture of Disbelief
 Stephen L Carter


 The Dean's Watch
 Elizabeth Goudge


 The Death Gate Cycle
 Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman


 The Destinies of Blood and Stone
 Robert Newcomb


 The Diamond Age
 Neal Stephenson


 The Grant County Series
 Karen Slaughter


 The Grapes of Wrath
 John Steinbeck


 The Great Gatsby
 Scott Fitzgerald


 The Green Mile

 Stephen King


 The Jane Rizzoli Novels
 Tess Gerritsen


 The Jesse Stone Novels
 Robert B Parker


 The Kitchen Madonna
 Rumer Godden


 The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickle
 Charles Dickens


 The Lord of the Rings trilogy
 JRR Tolkien


 The Martian Chronicles
 Ray Bradbury


 The McKetrick Series
 Linda Lael Miller


 The Passage

 Justin Cronon


 The Poem of the Man-God
 Maria Valtorta


 The Probability Broach
 L Neil Smith


 The Redwall Series
 Brian Jacques


 The Stand

 Stephen King


 The Sunny Randall Novels
 Robert B Parker


 The Thirty-nine Steps
 John Buchan


 The Three Hostages
 John Buchan


 The Time Machine
 H G Wells


 This Present Darkness
 Frank E Peretti


 Thunder and Roses
 Mary Jo Putney


 Time Enough for Love
 Robert A Heinlein


 To Kill a Mockingbird
 Harper Lee


 Tom Sawyer

 Mark Twain


 Uncommon Heroes
 Dee Henderson


 Vampire Chronicles
 Anne Rice


 Vanished

 Karin Robards


 Warbreaker
 Brendon Sanderson


 Watership Down
 Richard Adams


 We Need to Talk About Kevin: A Novel
 Lionel Shriver
<http://www.amazon.com/Lionel-Shriver/e/B001HD3UCY/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qi
d=1294091135&sr=8-1>


 Wheel Of Time

 Robert Jordan Brandon Sanderson


 White Dragon in Fire Forged
 Laura Risnick


 White Lotus
 John Hersey


 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
 Edward Albee



On 1/3/11 11:20 AM, "Denise Thompson" <deniset@xxxxxxx> wrote:

Well folks we have over 100 books on our list. People really
responded. We had over 20 folks respond. I'm sending the list to
Scott. Thanks to everyone who sent in books.
Denise

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