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We asked our readers what books made the biggest difference in their lives, and here's what they had to say.
The list below tells you what books shaped their lives and why.
At close to 500 pages Bryson covers everything from the moment the universe expanded from the intensely dense matter that was (aka the big bang) to man's origin.
Reading this book has impacted the way I look at everything from bacteria to asteroids.” Alex Ariel - Sylvia Plath “After reading through these suggestions, I realized there’s a big hole: Poetry!
Having read all the classic science fiction on the shelves, Capote’s matter of fact prose was as disturbing to me as it was new.That’s just some of the stuff that is shaping the way I think right now.” Luella Disturbing the Peace - Vaclav Havel “I read it as a junior in high school, picked up on the bargain pile at a B. It impacted me because it illustrated the concept of learning throughout life and how people can live with dignity.I’ve loaned it out several times and re-bought it at least three times.” Emmett Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Jonathan Safran Foer “…It’s as though that book has taken so much life from the past and made it all tangible to us here in the present.I love the emotional complexity that’s replicated in the grandmother’s and grandfather’s manuscript and letters, how they show how memory is fragmented, overwhelming, and sometimes incomprehensible. And I can think of hundreds of other books that have changed me just as much.It’s just this one has been at the forefront of my mind ever since I read it a couple of months ago.” Great Expectations - Charles Dickens "I think it was the first time I had felt such a bond with a character.
And not just in April.” Amanda Cat’s Cradle - Kurt Vonnegut “This book reignited the pilot light of my imagination like no other book had done in quite awhile.