Top Ten list is going to be ten books I would recommend to people who claim not to enjoy reading. I could stick to a genre, but I won't, because that would be limiting for me. My taste in books is far to eclectic to stick to one genre.;)
1. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Even though I was a reader as a kid, I started this book disliking it. By the end of it, I was a Lewis fan.;) It is easy to read and the story just grabs a hold of you, sticking with you long after you close the book.
2. The Hunger Games
Now, this one would have to be for older readers, because of some of the violence. A librarian told me it was quite a hit with younger readers, so I gave it a whirl (this was when it first came out). Oh. My. I couldn't put it down! I remember finishing it over at a friends house, hiding out after everyone had gone to bed, just so I could figure out what happened to Katniss and Peeta in the games.
3.One Realm Beyond
Another book I couldn't put down! I don't think you have to be a fantasy fan to enjoy this one!
4. The Safe Lands Series
This is an interesting dystopian series that I love! Perhaps I should reserve my opinion on the series until I read the third book, but I will give it two thumbs up anyway.;)
5. To Kill a Mockingbird
One of the best books every.
6. Harry Potter
I know some people dislike this series, due to the magic, but I like it as a story of good beating out evil, against all the odds.
7.Little House on the Prairie
This series started my obsession with all things pioneer.;)
8. Little Women
Okay, so perhaps this list is more geared towards young ladies.
9. Stuart Little
10. The Thief
This book was so clever, and has so many twists to it! I like that the author is not predictable.