Out of this list, which book do you suggest I read? Tell me why.?

1THE ASSOCIATE, by John Grisham. (Doubleday, $27.95.) An idealistic law-school graduate is forced to take a job at a large, brutalizing law firm. 2RUN FOR YOUR LIFE, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. (Little, Brown, $27.99.) A detective raising 10 children alone must stop a killer who has targeted New York’s rich and powerful. 3HEART AND SOUL, by Maeve Binchy. (Knopf, $26.95.) A doctor establishes a heart clinic in a Dublin neighborhood. 4THE HOST, by Stephenie Meyer. (Little, Brown, $25.99.) Aliens have taken control of the minds and bodies of most human beings, but one woman won’t surrender. 5FOOL, by Christopher Moore. (Morrow, $26.99.) King Lear’s fool tries to set things right in this comic, bawdy version. 6THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY, by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. (Dial, $22.) A journalist travels to the island of Guernsey to meet residents who resisted the Nazi occupation. 7DOG ON IT, by Spencer Quinn. (Atria, $25.) An all-too-human private investigator has a canine sidekick. 8THE STORY OF EDGAR SAWTELLE, by David Wroblewski. (Ecco, $25.95.) A mute takes refuge with three dogs in the Wisconsin woods after his father’s death. First Chapter 9AMONG THE MAD, by Jacqueline Winspear. (Holt, $25.) Maisie Dobbs is involved in a hunt for a man who promises to wreak destruction on London. 10TRUE COLORS, by Kristin Hannah. (St. Martin’s, $25.95.) Rivalries, betrayal and forgiveness among three sisters. 11THE WOMEN, by T. C. Boyle. (Viking, $27.95.) The loves of Frank Lloyd Wright. First Chapter 12BONE CROSSED, by Patricia Briggs. (Ace, $24.95.) A shapeshifter who works as an auto mechanic in Washington State is menaced by a vampire. 13*VERY VALENTINE, by Adriana Trigiani. (Harper, $25.99.) An Italian-American shoemaker and her grandmother return to Italy to learn new techniques; the first book in a trilogy. 14WHILE MY SISTER SLEEPS, by Barbara Delinsky. (Doubleday, $25.95.) A woman makes discoveries about her sister and herself when the sister becomes gravely ill. 15LETHAL LEGACY, by Linda Fairstein. (Doubleday, $26.) Alexandra Cooper, a Manhattan assistant district attorney, tracks items stolen from the New York Public Library. Paperback Trade Fiction 1THE SHACK, by William P. Young. (Windblown Media, $14.99.) A man whose daughter was abducted is invited to an isolated shack, apparently by God. (†) First Chapter 2THE READER, by Bernhard Schlink. (Vintage, $13.95.) A German high school student falls in love with a former Auschwitz employee. 3SUNDAYS AT TIFFANY’S, by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet. (Grand Central, $13.99.) A woman finds an unexpected love. 4FIREFLY LANE, by Kristin Hannah. (St. Martin’s Griffin, $14.95.) A friendship between two women in the Pacific Northwest endures for more than three decades as they make different choices in their lives. 5AMERICAN WIFE, by Curtis Sittenfeld. (Random House, $15.) A pretty librarian marries the alcoholic scion of a wealthy political family who somehow becomes president. First Chapter 6*PEOPLE OF THE BOOK, by Geraldine Brooks. (Penguin, $15.) An expert unlocks the secrets of a rare manuscript. 7REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, by Richard Yates. (Vintage, $14.95.) Frank and April Wheeler, a beautiful young couple living in 1950s America, see their supposedly perfect life come undone. 8A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS, by Khaled Hosseini. (Riverhead, $16.) A friendship between two Afghan women against the backdrop of 30 years of war. 9STILL ALICE, by Lisa Genova. (Pocket, $15.) A 50-year-old Harvard professor is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. 10LOVING FRANK, by Nancy Horan. (Ballantine, $14.) A story of the romance between Frank Lloyd Wright and Mamah Borthwick Cheney. First Chapter 11THE WHITE TIGER, by Aravind Adiga. (Free Press, $14.) A chauffeur in India relates the story of his transformation from manservant to entrepreneur to murderer; the winner of the 2008 Man Booker Prize. 12*THE APPEAL, by John Grisham. (Delta, $14.) Political and legal intrigue ensue when a Mississippi court rules against a company accused of dumping toxic waste. First Chapter 13THE ALCHEMIST, by Paulo Coelho. (HarperOne, $13.95.) A Spanish shepherd boy travels to Egypt in search of treasure. 14WATER FOR ELEPHANTS, by Sara Gruen. (Algonquin, $13.95.) A young man — and an elephant — save a Depression-era circus. 15THE BRIEF WONDROUS LIFE OF OSCAR WAO, by Junot Díaz. (Riverhead, $14.) A nerdy Dominican-American struggles to escape a family curse. 18BRIDA, by Paulo Coelho. (Harper Perennial, $14.99.) A young Irish girl who desires to become a witch seeks wisdom from teachers of magic and spirituality. 19THE ELEGANCE OF THE HEDGEHOG, by Muriel Barbery. (Europa, $15.) A young girl and a widowed concierge, both closet intellectuals, become friends. 20THE ALMOST MOON, by Alice Sebold. (Little, Brown, $14.99.) A woman accustomed to satisfying her needy famil

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The only one I've read out of them is The Host by Stephanie Meyer. It's an easy read that wasn't very brain taxing at all.
Answered By: Kate - 3/18/2009
THE HOST, because it's not like Stephenie Meyer's Twilight book. It's actually not that bad. It's about how aliens, parasites, come and take over Earth, and how a couple is brought together and broken up by it. It's very good, though it's a bit complicated
Answered By: Judy - 3/18/2009
Alice Sebold's a great author. I want to read Revolutionary Road. The only other thing I can tell you about the list is don't read John Grisham novels unless you're into that type of thing.
Answered By: ehh, tu m'emmerdes - 3/18/2009
I heard that Meyer's book, The Host, was very good. Its about like leeches or something, it may be a bit out-there. I also heard that The Appeal and The Associate by Grisham was also very good. All of the other titles I haven't heard of. Good Luck!
Answered By: katerose94 - 3/18/2009
7 REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, by Richard Yates. (Vintage, $14.95.) Frank and April Wheeler, a beautiful young couple living in 1950s America, see their supposedly perfect life come undone. Then you can watch the movie starring Leonardo Di Caprio!
Answered By: ROGUE RAGE - cloned again! - 3/18/2009
Read "the host" and "revolutionary road" and "the alchemist"
Answered By: Ruby - 3/18/2009
Go with The Host. Mostly because it's an easy read. And it's not as bad as Twilight. Or, The Alchemist, The Shack, or Revolutionary Road.
Answered By: Just Rowan. - 3/18/2009
man, you sure gave me a bunch of new books to read. i have heard john grisham's writing is gripping and suspenseful. if i were to choose i would first pick... More
Answered By: adrian - 3/18/2009
A Thousand Splendid Suns is an absolutely wonderful, moving novel. It completely engrossed me, and moved me to tears at some points... More
Answered By: easwope - 3/18/2009
Edgar Sawtelle is an interesting read but I'd also go with Revolutionary Road or Alchemist, both fine writing. Edgar Sawtelle is a re-telling of the `Hamlet' story, if that helps in any way. Alchemist is fascinating but often leaden in delivery of scenes. Revolutionary Road is heartbreaking but well told. Hope this... More
Answered By: jpryst - 3/18/2009
the host and water for elaphants
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