I’ve read like five, which puts me about five ahead of other millennials. So of course it’s “The Great Gatsby.”
How do you choose just one?
Oh give me a break. Can 100 Years of Solitude be anything less than the unanimous choice in this category? Although one could possibly identify other options, but it seems unlikely, I must say.
“A Prayer for Owen Meany” by John Irving. Beautifully written, easily accessible, and funny as hell.
Lolita. Fire of my loins and all.
Very hard to choose one. It would probably be by John Irving, Pat Conroy, or Ann Patchett. If those three decided to collaborate and write a new book, that might take the prize. Hear that you guys? You’re all alive. Get cracking.
Should same sex marriage be legalized in every state?
Sarah Palin: Bold Speaker of Truth or Brainless Nitwit?
Will Call of Duty: Black Ops III be better?
Creationism VS. Evolution
Best Band/Musician of the 1960s
Who Has The Best Coffee?
All facts are subjective
"Hey Jude" sucks and was probably the worst Beatles song
Why do women think they are so Superior to men and love to be drama queens?
Why is it a sin to be gay?
Is Judge Kavenaugh Guilty?
Non Binary is a valid gender
Female athletes are worse than male athletes and their wage gap is justified.
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