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My Reading Wishlist!

Hello, folks!
Because we have started the FlyIntoBooks.com’s “100 Books in 2019 Challenge” we thought that you might need to get an idea of what books to delve into! Here’s where “My Reading Wishlist” comes into play!

What’s a Reading Wishlist?

It’s all the books that I want to read for the “100 Books in 2019 Challenge”!

I’m focusing on good old classics and novels rather than non-fiction books.
The “Great Books of the Western World List” has kept me occupied for a long time in the historical, non-fiction genre. But I just wanted an easy read and delve into a good story. In other words, I want a list of great classic novels that I want to read and get motivated!

So, without further delay, here’s my list!

My Reading Wishlist for the “100 Books in 2019 Challenge”!

  1. Dracula – by Bram Stoker
  2. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – by Mark Twain
  3. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  4. Frankenstein – by Mary Shelley
  5. Gulliver’s Travels – by Jonathan Swift
  6. I, Claudius – by Robert Graves
  7. Catch-22 – by Joseph Heller
  8. For Whom the Bell Tolls – by Ernest Hemmingway
  9. The War of the Worlds – by H.G. Wells
  10. The Catcher in the Rye – by J.D. Salinger
  11. Pride and Prejudice – by Jane Austen
  12. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – by C.S. Lewis
  13. Jane Eyre – by Charlotte Bronte
  14. Saughterhouse-five – by Kurt Vonnegut
  15. Tropic of Cancer – by Henry Miller
  16. Women in Love – by D.H. Lawrence
  17. Treasure Island – by Robert Louis Stevenson
  18. Shogun – by James Clavell
  19. A Town Like Alice – by Nevil Shute
  20. Persuasion – by Jane Austen
  21. Dune – by Frank Herbert
  22. Emma – by Jane Austen
  23. The Count of Monte Cristo – by Alexander Dumas
  24. The Secret Garden – by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  25. The Stand – by Stephen King
  26. Memoirs of a Geisha – by Arthur Golden
  27. The Magus – by John Fowles
  28. Good Omens – by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
  29. Lord of the Flies – by William Golding
  30. Perfume – by Patrick Suskind
  31. The God of Small Things – by Arundhati Roy
  32. The Beach – by Alex Garland
  33. Point Blanc – by Anthony Horowitz

Was there any books that I missed? Any great novels and awesome stories to delve into? Please let me know in the comment section below!

Cheers,

A.J. McMahon

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A novelist for Young Adults and Children. I am an extremely avid reader of science fiction and Korean literature, and love talking about books. I have worked and lived in Seoul, South Korea for over 5 years. I have TOPIK level 5 and enjoy reading Korean novels in Korean as well.

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