Memorable Books that Start with the Letter “M”:
- We studied Shakespeare in high school. This one was significant to me.
- I believe this was assigned reading when I was a senior in high school.
- I’d wanted to read this one for quite a while, and finally did in the summer of 2017. It sparked my interest in not only the author, but in alternate reality, as well.
- I need to re-read this, but I’ve read most everything that Jane Austen wrote.
- I read this one several times as a kid. I live about three hours from Chincoteague!
Books I’d Love to Read Starting with the Letter “M”:
- I remember seeing this book in the school library, but I’ve never read it.
- I knew this short story was adapted into a movie (2002) and a TV series (2015), but I didn’t know until much later that it was written by Philip K. Dick.
- Despite having seen the most recent movie adaptation (2012), I’ve never read the novel.
- I vaguely remember parts of this book, so I think it deserves a re-read.
- I’ve been interested in this novel since I heard about the movie adaptation (1986). I haven’t seen the movie yet, and I don’t plan to until I read the book.
What books have you read, or want to read, that start with the letter M? Let me know!
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂
A Man for All Seasons…..The Martian Chronicles…… The Man Who Sold the Moon.
The Man in the Iron Mask,
The graphic novels Maus and Mr. X
I will stop Googling now.
Good list! I remember having to read The Man in the Iron Mask for a summer reading assignment in high school.
The Maus graphic novels are fantastic! Highly recommend!
I love Philip K. Dick! Also Misty of Chincoteague.
In re, The Minority Report: Philip K. Dick also wrote “We Can Remember it for you Wholesale,” which was later made into a little movie you may have heard of, called “Total Recall.” That’s how I got introduced to him, myself. He’s so good!!
I’ve never read Les Miserables either, despite having owned the book for decades. LOL
I want to read that story, too. Total Recall is great!
I’ve actually never seen Total Recall, so I can’t compare the two, but the story was fantastic.
I look forward to reading it, and then watching the movie again!
I should do the same! 🙂
Yes! Let’s compare notes!