Book recommendations, I’m talking, what are the best 3 books you’ve read in your life!

Carlos P.
1. When rabbit howels was my very first book I read. I felt intrigued as I could relate to many things the character had to live through and how she managed to live her life.
2. Harry Potter series – all of them! During those years, I worked from the time I woke up to the time I went to sleep, these books where my scape from the world I was leaving.
3. Dan Brown’s books. Well researched and well written books, I learned through this books of a world that was not in mine but is out there (without the drama)
Silje P.
Instead of books I'm going to recommend authors:
Erin Morgenstern's books are almost poetry & can often speak directly to your soul whith rich descriptions that make you feel in the moment without being overly verbose;
All of Cat Winters' books are intriguing with a supernatural twist without being too 'out there';
Jane Austen's works are witty, wry, & often underestimated
Penny T.
Definitely "Between Blue and Blue" by Raymond Queneau,
"The solitude of prime numbers" by Paolo Giordano and "1984" by George Orwell.
Asta Z.
the best books I’ve ever read were the five books in the book series “After” by Anna Todd. The books are extremely detailed and has you feel emotions you never thought a book could make you feel.
Gail X.
I like to read books on mindfulness, and manifesting. A few of my favorites: The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, 365 ways to raise your Frequency by Melissa Alvarez, and One minute mindfulness by Donald Altman. In this last book author different parts of the book, with each having a topic ex: Stepping over the Threshold. Thresholds await us at every turn. They are important transition points. Have you ever counted the number of thresholds you pass though on a typical day? I could gone on but I think that the ideal is there.🙃
Elizabeth O.
Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, Secret History of the World by Jonathan Black, the Karamazov Brothers by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Daniel Z.
Currently I’m reading Battlefield of the Mind which has pushed and challenged me to think about my thoughts!
Life of Pi is a novel I will always love.
Although cliche to say, the Bible is so full of truth and impacts me every time I read it.
Bento Q.
My Name is Red by Orhan Pamuk- a surreal murder mystery at the peak of the tension between the West and the Ottomans (15/16th century)

The Alchemist – Paulo Cohelo

Charles Q.
Okay, if you want good books, John Green is the author of many good ones. Looking For Alaska is really good, along with the classic, The Fault In Our Stars- that one will make you cry but it is soooo good! Another good one is The Summer I Turned Pretty series. Hope this helps!!
Dan Z.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner or Azkaban as you think it's all over and then theirs and exciting twist! And Innocent Mage by Karen Miller as the world is amazing and linked with the elements. Finally The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson as I related to it during my parents divorce.
Nevaeh F.
1. A smart girls hide to money
2. A stranger at home
3. Hunger games
4. The Alchemist
5. Weird but true Greek mythology!
Ana P.
Well I have read 50+ books because reading is my passion but to narrow it down to three I think I should suggest The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Have a Little Faith and Tuesdays with Morrie.
Holger S.
1.The little prince! I have read this book 4 or 5 times and every time I gain something different.
2.The animal farm. So sad, so true. Really eye opening.
3. Let me tell you a story: A new approach to healing through the art of storytelling.
Just beautiful. It makes you think, it gives you answers, but in a lighter approach!
Mm2325 N.
Pillars of the earth because it was long and detailed.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Series because it was exciting and intriguing.
My Herb books because I reference them daily!
Leo E.
Unexpected favourite book is – Airport by Arthur Hailey! Recommend!!!
Then I would say I really like Sapiens by Yu val Noah Harari (I'm reading it right now, very interesting)
And for the 3rd I'm reading and re-reading is Little Prince by Antoine Exupery
Bruna N.
The count of Monte Cristo – Thid bool made me love read.

The Lord of Thr Rings – I love the story and how Tolkien describe all details

1984 – I simply love this book, I think is the best of its gender (dystopia)

C Ntia Z.
Norwegian Wood – Haruki Murakami, Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen and How to win friends and influence people – Dale Carnegie
Morgen N.
Of Mice and Men is a classic book that pulls at the heart. Mere Christianity is the most profound read I have come across. I also love any of the Box Car Kids with their escape into adventure.
Rucsa F.
I will give you my top 3 books of all time, that I would gladly read and re-read and by doing so, find myself more and more.
1. The portrait of Dorian Grey – this book is so unique, that every time I think of it I always remember the images that ran through my head while reading it.
2. When Nietzsche wept – another incredible book!! The idea of all these great minds meeting, working together and providing therapy to one of the most troubled ones, it gives me shivers (in the most pleasant way)
3. Any Harry Potter book + The LOTR and The Hobbit – because we always need a little bit of magic in our lifes.. after all this time