December 7th, 2002



I'm seeing the Extended version of "The Fellowship of the Ring" on DVD..

Of course.. The Lord of the Rings are among my favorite books.. I think I've read it all about 4 or 5 times.. and it always work.. always captures me.. brings me into it.. and holds me there..

But.. I thought about books that.. well.. I'd say is books I would say people should read.. The books I can read over and over again..

J.R.R. Tolkien : "Lord of the Rings" (obviously.. )

Abraham Stoker : "Dracula"

Richard Adams : "Watership Down"

Sir Thomas Malory : "Le Morte d'Arthur"

Stephen King : "The Stand"

Stephen King : "The Dark Tower Saga"

John Fowles : "The French Lieutenant's Woman"

Douglas Adams : "The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul"

Douglas Adams : "The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy"

Anne Rice : "Interview with the Vampire"

William Makepeace Thackeray : "Barry Lyndon"

William Gibson : "Neuromancer"

Stanislav Lem : "The Cyberiad"