Which books should I read for my freshmen reading (list)?

Okkkkayyy, well i like romance novels....happy endings, and easy to understand.

here is the list: (yeah, its long! so if you can point out ones you would think I like. I only have to read four)

Run Silent, Run Deep Edward L. Beach

A Walk across America Peter Jenkins

The Inn of the Sixth Happiness Alan Burgess

Across Five Aprils Irene Hunt

April Morning Howard Fast

The Caine Mutiny Court Martial Herman Wouk

The Ox-Bow Incident Walter Van Tilburg Clark

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Maya Angelou

Jacob Have I Loved Katherine Patterson

Words by Heart Ouida Sebestyen

Homecoming Cynthia Voigt

The Summer of My German Soldier Bette Greene

Strong at Broken Places Max Cleland

I Heard the Owl Call My Name Margaret Craven

The Bridge of San Luis Rey Thornton Wilder

Ice Castles Leonore Fleischer

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Jamaica Inn Daphne Du Maurier

Nine Coaches Waiting Mary Stewart

Z for Zachariah Robert C. O’Brien

The Other Thomas Tryon

The Fantastic Voyage Isaac Asimov

Lost Horizon James Hilton

The Hollow Hills Mary Stewart

To Sir with Love E. R. Braithwaite

The Hiding Place Corrie Ten Boom

Up the Down Staircase Bel Kaufmann

I Am Third Gail Sayers with Al Silverman

The Contender Robert Lipsyte

The Teahouse of the August Moon John Patrick

The Dollmaker Harriette Arnow

Go Up for the Glory Bill Russell

Cold Sassy Tree Olive Ann Burns

The African Queen C S Forester

All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Remarque

Christy Catherine Marshall

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Carson Mc Cullers

David Copperfield Charles Dickens

The Sun Also Rises Ernest Hemingway

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Mark Twain

West with the Night Beryl Markham

Rebecca Daphne Du Maurier

Clouds of Witness Dorothy Sayers

Little Women Louisa May Alcott

The Thornbirds Colleen Mc Cullough

Roots Alex Haley

The Dollmaker Hariette Arnow

Watership Down Richard Adams

Cry the Beloved Country Alan Paton

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Dee Brown

All the President’s Men Woodward & Bernstein

Eric Doris Lund

Profiles in Courage John F. Kennedy

Anna and the King of Siam Margaret Landon

Foundation Isaac Asimov

Go Tell It on the Mountain James Baldwin

Run Silent, Run Deep Edward Beach

The Inn of Sixth Happiness Alan Brugess

The Stranger Albert Camus

Sister Carrie Theodore Dreiser

Fragments of Isabella Isabella Leitner

Babbitt Sinclair Lewis

Coming into the Country John McPhee

The Mask of Apollo Mary Renault

A Reckoning May Sarton

Other People’s Houses Lore Segal

The Gates of Zion Bodie Thoene

Things Invisible to See Nancy Willard

A Death in the Family James Agee

Becket Jean Anouilh

Update:

right now im thinking either "Jacob have I loved" or "ice castles." OPINIONS? :)

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  • 8 years ago
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    Jacob I Have Loved by Katherine Paterson is a good book. You'd probably enjoy it.

    You may also enjoy reading Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier (romance, mystery), Little Women by Louisa May Alcott (some romance, mostly coming of age and slice of life), and Lost Horizon by James HIlton.

    Many of the books on your list are not "happy" stories. Hope this helps.

  • I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou

    The Summer of My German Soldier by Bette Greene (It's a fairly easy read)

    Run Silent, Run Deep by Edward Beach

    A Death in the Family by James Agee

  • longs
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    3 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Watership Down is one that I read and enjoyed. David Copperfield is great but very long.

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