Thanks to the marvel that is StumbleUpon, I stumbled upon the World Library's list of the 100 Best Books of All Time:
(Crossed out ones are ones I've read.)
(Info from the godess of Wikipedia.)
Although I would politely disagree with this list in many aspects, I do have to say it makes me feel like such a fail. Thankfully, I'm only 15 years old and have a long life ahead of me full of wonderful books. And I jog and don't smoke, so hopefully that will add a few years to my list.
Also, there are two books up there which are half crossed out.
Moby Dick, I tried to read, yet after a two week struggle with its first 20 pages I decided that I better not waste my time.
Now, for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn! (I'm sorry about my lack of italicizing, I'm in a very lazy mood.)
I've tried THREE times to read this.
The first time, after a few chapters, the school library requested all the books back due to summer vacations.
The second time, I lost the book. And had to buy another copy and give it to my library. (As far as I know, I'm of the few that actually USE the library for more than projects, so it seems totally unfair.)
The third time, similar to the first, my due date was up and I got caught up re-reading for the fourth time the Anne of Green Gables series, which are my addiction. As a matter of fact, I'm thinking of wasting my time with them again. They're just so GOOD.
Good by, love,