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.
"Jane Eyre, but my trouble isn't lying about what I haven't read, it's lying about what I have (Tucker Max, and all the Twilights). 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 Help

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