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This is the next installments of my "Favourite" series. I have always loved reading and throughout the years I have read a lot of wonderful books. This list is just a selection of some of the best books I have read and enjoyed.

Please, tell us about your favourite books and why you like them!
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76. Board Game: Enemy at the Gates [Average Rating:7.66 Overall Rank:1902]
Patiently waiting for the zombie apocalypse...
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Colorado Springs
Colorado
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Enemy at the Gates. William Craig's classic on the battle of Stalingrad. It is a very readable history, which I recommend to even the non history reader.
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77. Board Game: Warriors of God [Average Rating:7.39 Overall Rank:700]
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A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century Another Barbara W. Tuchman book. The already mentioned The Guns of August is probably her best work, but I really enjoyed her book on the 14th century.

It describes the Black Death, Hundred Year's War, and all of the major events and personalities during that time.
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78. Board Game: Wars of the Roses: Lancaster vs. York [Average Rating:7.37 Overall Rank:520]
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The Wars of the Roses. An Alison Weir book about the English period where Lancaster and York pitted against one another. A great read! The subject is part inspiration for George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series.
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79. Board Game: Tennis Masters [Average Rating:5.78 Overall Rank:7254]
Ian Arbuckle
United States
Kennewick
Washington
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Infinite Jest, by David Foster Wallace.

This is a book about everything. Tennis, film theory, drug addiction, mold, scholastic excellence, Quebec separatism, family legacies, phantasms, waste management, corporate sponsorship, suicide...

It's beautiful and funny and there's something on every page to delight you.
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80. Board Game: That's Life! [Average Rating:6.51 Overall Rank:1148]
Martyn Smith
England
Bourne
Lincolnshire
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Resurrection - Leo Tolstoy

I usually hesitate to euglogise about this book as I have no interest whatsoever in trying to persuade others to read it.

On the contrary, I don't think anyone should read it unless they are at least 35 years old, have experienced suffering in their life, have an open mind and spirit and a realistic sense of self-awareness...

Like a great many books that impact the individual in a profound way, no words can even begin to explain the sublime depths and width and influence that have been imparted in the reading of them.

The only reason I am trying is because I was so VERY impressed by this wonderful thread and the articulate and insightful comments left by its author...

So, what's it about?

Well, it'd be just as easy to try to explain what life itself is about or perhaps to summarise The Human Condition...

Love, death, crime, honesty, honour, theology, disgrace, betrayal, hope, fear, reparation, despair, sex, friendship, God, redemption - oh, you get the idea don't you?

Thank you for this list (some I've read, some I haven't) that has inspired me to go out and buy at least one new book on your recommendation...

If you're ready for this book it'll rock your whole existence - if it doesn't do it for you, you have my commiserations...

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81. Board Game: Assault on Mt. Everest [Average Rating:7.14 Unranked]
My Baloney
United States
hamburg
New York
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Into Thin Air - Jon Krakauer

This is the true story of the 1996 Everest tragedy. Krakauer was asked by Outside magazine to go and write about the commercialization of the mountain. A somewhat competent climber, he accepted.

After they reach the summit, things go terribly wrong.

This book is an emotional roller coaster. Krakauer writes very honestly and questions his role in the deaths of the other climbers.


I love reading true life survival stories and this is one of my favorites. If you can, get the copy with photographs from your library.
You really start to get the feeling this is not going to end well when they are climbing up the mountain and passing by several dead bodies that have been left frozen on the mountain for years.
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82. Board Game: Small World [Average Rating:7.42 Overall Rank:108] [Average Rating:7.42 Unranked]
Mark Teeter
United States
Shoreline
Washington
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Here's Hayden to explain his favorite book. Watch the first 30 seconds.

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83. Board Game: BuddhaWheel [Average Rating:5.75 Unranked]
Jeroen van der Valk
Netherlands
Rotterdam
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Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
I read a Dutch translation, my German is not good enough to read the original. I re-read this about once a year, and every time different parts of the book strike me. It follows me through life, as it were, and wherever I am in life at a certain time, something else in the novel strikes me.

I'll also mention, as a close second:

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
A novel I also almost read once a year. I keep repeating this when I say something about Conrad: English was his third language!
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84. Board Game: Professor Noggin's History of the United States [Average Rating:5.50 Unranked]
Ken Dean
United States
Athens
Ohio
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A People's History of the United States: 1492 to Present by Howard Zinn

His NY Times obituary said in part-
“What Zinn did was bring history writing out of the academy, and he undid much of the frankly biased and prejudiced views that came before it,” said Sean Wilentz, a professor of history at Princeton University. “But he’s a popularizer, and his view of history is topsy-turvy, turning old villains into heroes, and after a while the glow gets unreal.”

That criticism barely raised a hair on Mr. Zinn’s neck. “It’s not an unbiased account; so what?” he said in the Times interview. “If you look at history from the perspective of the slaughtered and mutilated, it’s a different story.”
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85. Board Game: Mix N Match [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Christine Biancheria
United States
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania
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Some great ones:

Time's Arrow (Martin Amis)
Very unusual, funny, touching, shocking, upsetting, clever mechanism; narrated by the soul of a physician; the soul is severed from the physician's consciousness and comes to awareness at the moment of his death, only to find that his life is running backwards. This leaves the soul trying to interpret a whole slew of mysterious events, such as how the doctor's patients come into surgery, where he fills them full of bullets, or the eerie way that they tap on the door to his office at the end of each appointment; read the book to find out how this could happen

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Mark Haddon)
Sweet, funny, easy to read

The Gospel According to Jesus Christ (Jose Saramago)
Thought-provoking and hilarious

The Walking Dead Series (Robert Kirkman)
A comix series about zombies; a total guilty pleasure

Stiff (Mary Roach)
Nonfiction book about the various uses of corpses

Child 44 (Tom Rob Smith)
Pageturning crime story set in the Soviet Union

My Soul to Keep, The Living Blood and Blood Colony (Tananarive Due)
Offbeat series about African immortals

P.S. Your Cat is Dead (James Kirkwood)
Author of a Chorus Line
A short, fun plot with lots of twists, laugh-out-loud funny (and I almost never laugh out loud at books; in fact, I generally consider it a sign of serious mental impairment)

The Odessa File (Frederick Forsythe)
More page-turning goodness; an all-time classic
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86. Board Game: All Things Zombie: The Boardgame [Average Rating:6.34 Overall Rank:2479]
David Henry
United States
Anaheim
California
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World War Z by Max Brooks

Oh man where to start. After The Zombie Survival Guide i think everyone expected the fallow up to have the same light hearted tone. But it is a really dark book. It's told by a reporter traveling the globe and getting stories from diffrent people that span before, during and after a zombie outbreak that takes humanity to the brink of extinction.

It's facinating and really well written. It's the only book I've read more then 5 times.
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87. Board Game: Keeper of the Castle [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Ben Tate
United Kingdom
Banbury
Oxfordshire
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"Only the Goalkeeper to Beat"

by Francis Hodgson
Published by Picador
ISBN 0330351117

The definitive explanation of why the keeper is both the most important player on the footabll pitch and somehow the most undervalued..

"But keeping goal is a sporting activity measured only by perfection. It is a fact that goalkeepers cannot afford to make the kind of mistakes that outfield players routinely make"
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88. Board Game: Bird in the Hand [Average Rating:4.75 Unranked]
Calavera Soñando
United States
Tucson
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The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (ねじまき鳥クロニクル) by Haruki Murakami.

Hauntingly mundane and weird. Toru Okada, an unemployed and relatively mediocre guy finds that his cat's gone missing. What follows, as he goes searching for it, is a series of unsettling and mysterious events that will fill you with a sense of metaphysical dread like no other book on the planet.

Murakami's real talent seems to be to take the everyday, boring events of life and turn them sideways so that they echo with gravity and import.
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89. Board Game: The Big Breakfast Game [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Calavera Soñando
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Tucson
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Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut.

My favorite Vonnegut. Simultaneously vicious satire, and heartbreaking examination of human hurt.
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90. Board Game: Xi Gua Qi [Average Rating:4.25 Unranked]
Calavera Soñando
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Tucson
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In Watermelon Sugar by Richard Brautigan

Intoxicating prose unravels a world of surreal hipster fantasy.

Join the folks in the town of iDeath. We'll meet the tigers at the bridge and watch the watermelon trout swim among the mirrored coffins sunk at the bottom of the river. For dinner, we will eat watermelon, and return to our quiet houses, constructed of watermelon sugar, as everything is constructed of watermelon sugar.
 
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91. Board Game: Devil's Deeds [Average Rating:6.67 Unranked]
Calavera Soñando
United States
Tucson
Arizona
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The Devil's Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce

What a dictionary should be.

Here's a quote for all the eurogamer's on here:

Quote:
PLAN, v.t. To bother about the best method of accomplishing an accidental result.
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92. Board Game: Three For All! [Average Rating:6.22 Overall Rank:7226]
Jason Lott
United States
Cheverly
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This list has become really interesting, so I'm compelled to add 3 more favorites for your consideration.

Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides is a powerful epic novel that takes place in pre-70s Detroit. The main character is exploring issues of gender and the author ties her struggle to her ancestors. Fascinating in an unexpected way.



American Gods by Neil Gaiman was something that came up in my book club that I don't think I would have picked up on my own. Now I'm a tad obsessed with Gaiman's writing. This one is still my favorite, and is a must for fans of mythology (all types).



Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver is non-fiction, but taught me more about food than I thought possible. Kingsolver and her family moved to a farm and for one year ate exclusively (almost) food they raised on their farm or could get from neighboring small farmers. If you love gardening, cooking, or anything remotely earthy-crunchy, then this is the book for you.


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93. Board Game: Primary Money Chase [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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Canada
Chestermere
Alberta
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In no particular order:

"Primary Colors" by Anonymous: A southern Governor, very much like Bill Clinton, on a Presidential campaign, very much like Clinton's.
Very engaging, plus you keep asking yourself, "I wonder if that was based on facts?"

Anything written by Bill Bryson, but in particular "In a Sunburned Country", about cross-continent Australian travel. Quite possibly the funniest book I've ever read. Really; ever.

Anything written by Alexander McCall Smith, but in particular "The #1 Ladies Detective Agency" series. Not a detective series, per se; it is gentle and full of well-developed characters that you can really cheer for. Beautifully written and oozing with love of its setting: Botswana, Africa.

Anything by Robin Hobb, but start with "Assassin's Apprentice", book one of the Farseer trilogy. These books are the reason that I still read fantasy.
 
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94. Board Game: Cheese [Average Rating:4.44 Unranked]
Richard Ross
United States
Rocklin
California
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Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson
My boss gave this to me a few years ago and it really made me a better employee
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95. Board Game: Food for Thought [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Richard Ross
United States
Rocklin
California
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but seriously... Hunger by Knut Hamsun. A part of my "hey, I'm smart series", proves again that the classics are fun to read.
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96. Board Game: Automobile [Average Rating:7.41 Overall Rank:194]
Tom Swider
United States
Harrisburg
Pennsylvania
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The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald

An ocular treat.
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