Bob & Sheri

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Ready to enjoy some relaxing time by falling deep into some great books? Sheri, from the Bob & Sheri show, is sharing with you some of her favorite books to read. Enjoy a late-night read or whenever you have some downtime with some of these great books. We may not be completely stuck in the house like before, but it is always good to enjoy a good read. Enjoy this list of some of Sheri’s favorite books and share with us which ones become your favorites!

  • A Brief History of the Dead by Kevin Brockmeir

    Brief History of the Dead|Paperback

    From Kevin Brockmeier, one of this generation's most inventive young writers, comes a striking new novel about death, life, and the mysterious place in between. The City is inhabited by those who have departed Earth but are still remembered by the living. They will reside in...

  • The Outlander Series by Dian Gabaldon

    The Outlander Series

    The OUTLANDER series started by accident in the late 1980s when I decided to write a novel for practice. My goals were:: To learn what it took to write a novel, and To decide whether I really wanted to do that for real.

  • Dune by Frank Herbert

    Dune Novels - The Official Dune Website

    Dune Graphic Novel Named to Best of the Year Lists The beautiful graphic novel of Dune, volume 1, from Abrams Books, script by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, art by Raúl Allen and Patricia Martín, has been named by the American Library Association in their annual Best Graphic Novels for Adults list, and also nominated by Goodreads in their Best Graphic Novels & Comics of 2021 "Choice Awards."

  • Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe

    Look Homeward, Angel

    About The Book The spectacular, history-making first novel about a young man's coming of age by literary legend Thomas Wolfe, first published in 1929 and long considered a classic of twentieth century literature.

  • The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien

    The Hobbit|Paperback

    The journey through Middle-earth begins here with J.R.R. Tolkien's classic prelude to his Lord of the Rings trilogy."A glorious account of a magnificent adventure, filled with suspense and seasoned with a quiet humor that is irresistible... All those, young or old,...

  • The Borrowers by Mary Norton

    The Borrowers|Paperback

    Chapter One IT WAS Mrs. May who first told me about them. No, not me. How could it have been me-a wild, untidy, self-willed little girl who stared with angry eyes and was said to crunch her teeth? Kate, she should have been called. Yes, that was it-Kate.

  • Picnic, Lightning by Billy Collins

    https://www.laurasalas.com/poems-for-teachers/poetry-friday-picnic-lightning-billy-collins/

  • The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell

    The Bone Clocks

    Here's the second DNF for this week (I checked these books out from the library so my motivation to finish them is maybe not the highest, with several other books waiting on the shelf). So here's the deal with The Bone Clocks: It's well written, and I could have kept plugging away at it.

  • The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu

    The Three-Body Problem (Remembrance of Earth's Past #1)

    The summary is used not only on the book, but on Tor Books' page for it, the Amazon listing, and the Barnes & Noble listing.The summary is used not only on the book, but on Tor Books' page for it, the Amazon listing, and the Barnes & Noble listing.

  • Cats Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut

    Cat's Cradle

    Profanity is not the issue. Vonnegut is writing about big themes, never more important than today when the ice caps melt, the seas rise, and the foresProfanity is not the issue. Vonnegut is writing about big themes, never more important than today when the ice caps melt, the seas rise, and the forests burn.