Always carry a towel
Female - 17 Years Old
Absolute favorites in no specific order:
The Book Thief - Markus Zusack
Watership Down - Richard Adams
The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy (all of them except the new one by Eoin Collifer, it's just not the same) - Douglas Adams
Anything Neil Gaiman... Seriously.
Loves (in no order):
Animal Farm - George Orwell
Antigone (it's a play in book form, okay?) - Sophocles
The Odyessey and The Iliad (they are in book form...) - Homer
The first three Maximum Ride books - James Patterson but only because of the people I met because of these books, quality wise they mediocre YA books
The Lake House and When The Wind Blows - James Patrerson (actually good)
Artemis Fowl - Eoin Collifer (like most Of the series but the first was best)
Zombie Survival Guide - Max Brooks
To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee
And anything written by Jules Verne
The Kite Runner - Can't remember the dude's name done feel like looking up
Les MisÚrables - Victor Hugo
Pride, Prejudice and Zombies
A Song of Fire and Ice series
A Voyage of the Dawn Treader (and the rest Of Narnia but that one is my favourite)
The Outsiders - S.E Hinton
A Series of Unfortaunte Events
Winnie the Pooh - A.A Milne
The Little Prince-Antoine de Saint-Exupery
The Thief Lord - Cornelia Funke (she is such a good children's writer)
And these are just the books I remember liking and still like, dear god.
I really fucking hate Lois Lowry though, I don't understand how ANYONE can like his work. And I'm probably missing a few classical Greek plays...
Can't think of a single non-fiction I have enjoyed though. I don't really read them to be honest.