My Personal Cancer Journey — Top 100 (or so) Novels, 31-40

We who are near the end of our lives are frequently asked to give advice to younger folks about life. Since reading has been an important part of my life, I have decided that I would share my top books with my readers. Beginning with novels (my favorite genre), I will list my top 100 of all time. For brevity sake I will list them in groups of ten, arranged alphabetically by author. Let me know if you agree or disagree with my selections. See how many of these you have read. Enjoy!

31. Dostoevsky, Fyodor – The Brothers Karamazov 

32. Dostoevsky, Fyodor — Crime and Punishment 

33. Drury, Allen — Advise and Consent 

34. DuMaurier, Daphne — Rebecca 

35. Ellison, Ralph — Invisible Man 

36. Faulkner, William — The Sound and the Fury 

37. Fitzgerald, F. Scott — The Great Gatsby 

38. Flaubert, Gustav — Madame Bovary 

39. Flynn, Vince — American Assassin ( and the remainder of the Mitch Rapp series: Executive Power, The Last Man, Kill Shot, Separation of Power, Protect and Defend, Memorial Day, The Third Option, Term Limits, Pursuit of Honor, Extreme Measures, Act of Treason, Transfer of Power, Consent to Kill)

40. Follett, Ken — Piillars of the Earth (and the remainder of the series: World Without End, as well as The Fall of Giants and Winter of the World)

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