Weekend Giveaway: Win a 1-Year Boxwalla Book Subscription!

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Weekend Giveaway time! This week, one winner will receive a 1 year subscription to the bi-monthly Boxwalla Book Box!

The first box will ship immediately and the winner will then get boxes delivered every other month for a total of six boxes.

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  1. Reading Neuromancer in high school set me onto a lifelong love of sci-fi and fantasy novels.

    I still reread Jane Eyre every few years as well.

  2. The Harry Potter Book Series Year 1-Year 7

  3. To Kill a Mockingbird

  4. Rowing to Latitude by Jill Fredston.

    Publisher’s Description: “Jill Fredston has traveled more than twenty thousand miles of the Arctic and sub-Arctic-backwards. With her ocean-going rowing shell and her husband, Doug Fesler, in a small boat of his own, she has disappeared every summer for years, exploring the rugged shorelines of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Spitsbergen, and Norway. Carrying what they need to be self-sufficient, the two of them have battled mountainous seas and hurricane-force winds, dragged their boats across jumbles of ice, fended off grizzlies and polar bears, been serenaded by humpback whales and scrutinized by puffins, and reveled in moments of calm.

    “As Fredston writes, these trips are “neither a vacation nor an escape, they are a way of life.” Rowing to Latitude is a lyrical, vivid celebration of these northern journeys and the insights they inspired. It is a passionate testimonial to the extraordinary grace and fragility of wild places, the power of companionship, the harsh but liberating reality of risk, the lure of discovery, and the challenges and joys of living an unconventional life.“

    It’s truly beautiful and inspiring.

  5. The Sandman graphic novel series by Neil Gaiman.

  6. That’s too hard!! Let the Great World Spin by Colum McCann, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles by Murakami, and so, so, so many more!

  7. So many to choose from… but the 3 books I love most are…

    1.when I was Puerto Rican by esmeralda santiago
    2. The grapes of wrath
    3.Game of thrones by George rr martin

  8. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

    • Fabulous series!

  9. 😊😊 I honestly don’t think I could pick just one book 📖 😊😊 I have loved all the ones that I have read for different reasons, especially since I usually pick which book to read based on how it will make me feel, think, or transport me to a different time or place 😊😊

  10. I have a ton of favorites but guess my ultimate favorite would be Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

    • Second that!

  11. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

  12. I dont have a favorite

  13. Madame Bovary

  14. David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

  15. A Prayer for Owen Meany, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, anything by Dickens…off the top of my head anyway!

  16. Pride and Prejudice

  17. I can’t choose just one book, but I would have to say The Clan of the Cave Bear series. I’ve read it so many times.

  18. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

  19. Pillars of the earth

    • That is one of the best series out there! Reading everyone’s posts has recalled so many great books and book series.

  20. Oh, I can’t list one favorite of all time! So, I’ll list the two current books that I’ve re-read multiple times this year. The Black Wolves of Boston by Wen Spencer and The Long and Short of It by Jodi Taylor.

  21. I can’t decide, as there are too many that I love for different reasons. Most likely something historical fiction, like Shogun perhaps.

  22. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas. I’ll also admit that I love the Harry Potter and Hunger Games series.

  23. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho..

  24. I can’t describe how difficult it is to choose just one when you’re a book fanatic. So I’m going to go with the entire Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon and everything by Edgar Allan Poe.

  25. I can’t pick just one book so I’ll go with my favorite authors, Stephen King and Anne Rice.

  26. The doll house by phoebe morgan

  27. The Eight by Katherine Neville.
    I dare you to try to put it down.

  28. Pride and Prejudice. I reread it at least once a year.

  29. Dostoevsky’s “The Idiot.” García Marquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude.” I adored and reread “Little Women” repeatedly as a girl so that has to count. “Beloved.” “Ragtime.”

    (I tried posting this earlier and it hasn’t shown up so I apologize if this shows up twice)

  30. A Girl Named Zippy by Haven Kimmel

  31. The Alienist by Caleb Carr. I have read it numerous times over the last 20 years.

  32. Good omens by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett

    • I’m reading this now. It’s so clever!

  33. Only one book? Impossible!
    I could pick by author, but not just one of those either.
    I would pick almost all of Chuck Palahniuk, any H.P.Lovecraft, any Stephen King, Any Norman Mailer, any Jerzy Kosinski, David Foster Wallace, Donna Tartt, Umberto Eco, F.Scott Fitzgerald, Anne Rice, Mark Z Danielewski, Yukio Mishima, Truman Capote, Ray Bradbury, Neil Gaiman and…

  34. Catch 22

  35. The Awakening by Kate Chopin

  36. If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler (Italo Calvino).

  37. Water for elephants and the help

  38. Glass of thorns series

  39. Affections, by Bolivian writer Rodrigo Hasbun

  40. Outlander

  41. This is a really hard question. So many to choose from. I will say Gone With The Wind.

  42. Stoner by John Williams

  43. The Road Less Traveled by Dr. Scott Peck

  44. Book of Blood by Clive Barker.

  45. Dostoevsky’s “The Idiot.” García Marquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude.” I read “Little Women” 100 times as a girl so that has to count. “Beloved.” “Ragtime.” I can’t do this, too many.

  46. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl

    • Me too. It gives me some hope for humanity that another person feels the same way.

  47. To Kill a Mockingbird

  48. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen!

  49. Crime and punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky

    • OMG great choice!

  50. I am a sucker for the romantic classics! My favorite book is definitely Pride and Prejudice!

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