New one here, every Friday we’ll give away a book (of my choice) to somebody on here. All you have to do is leave a comment telling us your favorite book of all time, and I’ll send you a copy of one I think you will like!
Clear and Present Danger by Tom Clancy. Think I like this the most out of all of his books.
The Operator by Robert O’Neill
East of Eden- John Steinbeck
All time…has to be Rainbow Six. Currently “From Cold War to Hot Peace”
The Power Broker by Robert Caro
Rainbow Six is definitely up there as well
A “classic” - Jurassic Park by Mikey Creighton
Sounds funny with so many great books out there. It’s one of the first “long” books I read as a kid and it stuck with me.
In the theme of Clancy, Without Remorse has to be one of his best, IMO
A Time to Kill by John Grisham
I think I would go with The Berenstain Bears’ - Moving Day.
It was great because you got to see their old house on a mountain, and then you get to see the new tree house for the first time. They had to put a lot of work into it to make it their own. And finally the neighbor bears came over and welcomed them to the hood. It was perfect.
Out of the Silent Planet- CS Lewis
Hank Haney’s The Big Miss about Tiger is phenomenal, and my personal favorite, I’m sure you’ve read it!!
East of Eden - John Steinbeck
The Two Towers- J.R.R Tolkien
Thoughts For Young Men - JC Ryle
Shogun. By James Clavell. This is an amazing story on so many levels.
Wish you Well by David Baldacci - very uplifting
“The Knowledge of the Holy”-A.W. Tozer