110 best books: The perfect library - Telegraph

2008-04-08 22:37 - Links

From classics and sci-fi to poetry, biographies and books that changed the world ... we present the ultimate reading list.

I have half a mind to print this out, and simply start checking off the lines. I've been cuddling up with my DS lite recently on my commute. But I have managed to get quite a lot of reading done on the train, too. And, sad to say, I've read very few of the classics. Discounting things I was forced to read in school, on that list I've only read Lord of the Rings, The Time Machine, Sherlock Holmes, and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.


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