April 1: Top Ten "Gateway" Books/Authors In My Reading Journey (so your list could be a mix of a books that got you into reading, an author that got you into reading a genre you never thought you'd read, a book that brought you BACK into read)
South American Literature:
Allende, Isabel "The House of the Spirits" (La Casa de los Espíritus)
Bill Bryson's Travel Books:
Bryson, Bill "Notes from a Small Island"
Nobel Prize Authors:
Buck, Pearl S. "Peony"
Follett, Ken "The Pillars of the Earth"
Reading English Novels
Ingalls Wilder, Laura "Little House Books"
Pamuk, Orhan "My Name is Red" (Benim Adim Kirmizi)
Ruiz Zafón, Carlos "The Shadow of the Wind" (La Sombra del Viento)
Stroyar, J.N. "The Children's War" and "A Change of Regime"
Classic English Literature:
Trollope, Anthony "Barchester Chronicles"
Books about the Holocaust:
Zweig, Stefanie "Nowhere in Africa" and "Somewhere in Germany"
They are all great books, each and every one of them.