Booking Through Thursday: The Best?

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The weekly Booking Through Thursday question for today is:

It’s a week or two later than you’d expect, and it may be almost a trite question, but … what were your favorite books from 2008?

(It’s an oldie but a goodie question for a reason, after all … because, who can’t use good book suggestions from time to time?)

The Bible. I really mean that: I’m not trying to sound trite or cliche or “spiritual.”

As far as other regular books go — I always have trouble with superlatives, but I’ll try to name one in each category:

Instructional:

Winning the Inner War: How To Say No to a Stubborn Habit by Erwin Lutzer, about…exactly what the title says, reviewed here.

Non-fiction:

Mistaken Identity by Mark Tabb, about a girl who was misidentified after an accident, reviewed here.

Classic:

Hard to choose between The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, reviewed here, or Mansfield Park by Jane Austen, reviewed here.

Christian Fiction:

Stepping Into Sunlight by Sharon Hinck, about a woman who experiences panic attacks after witnessing a violent crime, reviewed here.

My whole list of books read in 2008 is here.

You can find more answers to this question and join in with your own at the Booking Through Thursday site.

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5 thoughts on “Booking Through Thursday: The Best?

  1. I remember reading your reviews — of ‘Mistaken Identity’ and ‘Winning the Inner War.’ Maybe that means they should go on my TBR list!

    I’ve never read ‘The Count of Monte Cristo.’ Maybe this will be the year.

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