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Maybe this is why we read, and why in moments of darkness we return to books: to find words for what we already know.
I came across this intriguing infographic recently that shows the world’s most read books, based on sales over the past 50 years. A book I just finished, State of Wonder, by Ann Patchett, Also, her earlier novel Bel Canto. I was never disrespectful, next time I want to express my opinion I’ll make sure to agree. It is nice to see The Alchemist on Top 10, because i'm from Brazil and normally brazillian writers are not so famous!
I can’t believe the Twilight series is on the top ten list but if it gets kids reading then all good! The Zahir by Paulo Coelho was also very meaningful to me, and I was never able to get through Sedaris books, although I enjoy him. As an English teacher and lover of literature, I’d like to offer some alternative book recommendations.
Books I wish I’d gotten to read in high school, or at least college, instead of whatever boring text was required by the syllabus.


The Diving Bell and the Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby:┬áthe author of this phenomenal 1997 memoir wrote this book using the only part of his body that he could move, his left eyelid. Feel free to share more favorite titles in the comments; we can never have too many good books to read! Her mindful, inspiring essays, articles and poems can also be found on The Tattooed Buddha, Rebelle Society, LeanPub, and her site, Yoga Freedom. I think there are plenty of good reads there, and the list just says they are the top sellers, not the highest quality classic literature. Because with so many american writers doing sucess, we forget about our own writers, not giving them their needful support. Same Kind Of Different As Me by Ron Hall and A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini is very well-written novel… really worth the time!
Books I find that I can come back to and reread and enjoy and benefit from and see differently, time and time again. She shares a tiny cabin with her partner, daughter, cat and dog at Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalan highlands where she enjoys writing, reading, playing, teaching, learning, walking in nature and daydreaming. I think you have some good ones on your list as well, although I really don't like David Sedaris at all.


While simplistic in style (it's an allegory with a fairy taleish plot), this book motivated me to follow my dreams and take an internship in France several years ago. Stones From the River by Ursula Hegi, Illusions by Richard Bach are both favorites of mine not mentioned. During my sojourn, a visiting friend picked it up, read it, cashed in her return ticket, and moved to Spain for the summer! I was thrilled to see and will be reading the two books by Pema Chodron and Thich nhat Hanh. Like many inspirational works, read at the right time, it changes your world lens and challenges self-imposed limits.
The list of great reads out there could go on and on – we all like what we like, don't we? I hope we could be respectful of what speaks to others rather than just pan a book because we didn't like it.



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