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Top Eight Books To Read Before You Die

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Silence of the Lambs By Thomas harris

Silence of the Lambs By Thomas harris

This Book is on my list because the main characters Hannibal Lector and Clarice Starling go back and forth in a emotional and psycological battle of wits it causes you to realy think with some books you can just read or zone out but if you don't get lost this can be a amazing novel.

2

Cellar of horror By Ken Englade

Cellar of horror By Ken Englade

I wouldn't recommend this book to my fellow 8th grade students but if your prepared for a sad horrible true story on a very twisted up man who lived a lot longer than he should have.

3

IT By Steven King

IT By Steven King

This is the first book I bought with my own money and I have kept it for many years because this book is another amazing horror that will blow your mind pretty much a day in the life of Steven king.

4

Tears of a Tiger By Sharon Draper

Tears of a Tiger By Sharon Draper

This Book was braut to my by my ELA teacher and was i happy this book which traces a young mans tragic life and gets you thinking

5

Tangerine by:Edward Bloor

Tangerine by:Edward Bloor

This is a huge shocker and I would recommend this to anyone who really enjoys heartfelt novel

6

Sphere by:Michael Crichton

Sphere by:Michael Crichton

I honestly believed I know what was going on in this book then it turned my whole theory upside down this is not your ordinary mystery

7

Homers The Odyssey and the Iliad an epic

Homers The Odyssey and the Iliad an epic

When I read this book I realized how this one story so greatly effected how stories were told this is like the first hero story

8

To kill a mockingbird by:Harper Lee

To kill a mockingbird by:Harper Lee

I have not read this book I was recommended to me by a family member and after previewing it i thought it should be on this list it tells an amazing story on life and horrible events while still not quite putting the reader into despare