I mentioned in some post down there what three books I still remember from high school are. (Here I Stand: A Biography of Martin Luther, Nevil Shute’s An Old Captivity, and Touch Not the Cat by Mary Stewart. )
The ones I remember from college are:
Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank. I taught this one to tenth graders. I re-read it in Europe and passed it on to others to read. E has read it as well.
The ones I remember from Europe are:
Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes (which I still want for Christmas. Maybe in 2007?)
The Celebration of Discipline These were amazingly relevant to our lives. R read it later and we have given away multiple copies.
and the whole Narnia series from C.S. Lewis. That was the first time I had read it.
This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti. It’ll bring you to your knees wanting to pray.