Famous writers fess up about great works they've never pulled off the bookshelf. Read their confessions, then let us know what you've been meaning to read in the comments below.
, but my trouble isn't lying about what I haven't read, it's lying about what I have (Tucker Max, and all the Twilight
s). My guess is I'll never get around to that Brontë novel. It's like smoking; if you didn't do it when you were young, why pick it up now?" — Kathryn Stockett, author of The HelpWhy Jane Eyre made a difference to Alice Walker
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