Books to Remember…

Read. And worth reading again.

  • “Silence” by Shusaku Endo
  • “The Power and the Glory” by Graham Greene
  • “The Diary of a Country Priest” by Georges Bernanos
  • “For the Time Being” by Annie Dillard
  • “Godric” by Frederick Buechner
  • “Miz Lil and the Chronicles of Grace” by Walter Wangerin, Jr.
  • “Till We Have Faces” by C.S. Lewis
  • “A Severe Mercy” by Sheldon Vanauken
  • “Traveling Mercies” by Anne Lamott
  • “Blue Like Jazz” by Donald Miller
  • “Irresistable Revolution” by Shane Claiborne
  • “Salvation on Sand Mountain” by Dennis Covington

That’ll do for now.

3 responses to “Books to Remember…”

  1. Thanks for that, Mike. Knowing how deeply I was effected by the books on your list that you have had me read, makes me want to read the rest.

  2. my favorite books——-

    1776———– by david mcCullough
    Undaunted courage—– by stephen Ambrose
    Longitudes and attitudes —-by Thomas Friedman
    John adams ———-by thomas Friedman
    Shiloh -by Shelby Foote
    Earth in the balance -by Al Gore
    Life on a little known Planet——–by Howard Evans
    Angle of Repose ——-by Wallace Stegner
    Angela’s Ashes———by Frank McCourt

    and many more.

  3. Doyle as in Chris Doyle? If so, thanks for stopping by. If not… uh… “hi.’ I’ve got John Adams by David McCullough on the “to read soon” list.