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Fallback Fiction – The books we never, ever tire of reading

  Ah, books. They’re not like TV shows. Your favorite characters never age; there are no contract negotiations that pull them out of the frame. The goods ones, our favorites, never change yet seem to introduce you to images you may have not noticed on your first read-through. Today the LitStack staff is talking about […]

 

Ah, books. They’re not like TV shows. Your favorite characters never age; there are no contract negotiations that pull them out of the frame. The goods ones, our favorites, never change yet seem to introduce you to images you may have not noticed on your first read-through. Today the LitStack staff is talking about our Fallback Fiction, those timeless classics, those old standards that hold a rather large and sentimental place in our hearts.

What do you think, LitStackers? What’s your Fallback Fiction? What books never cease to entertain, to make you laugh and cry? We want to hear from you!

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7 responses to “Fallback Fiction – The books we never, ever tire of reading”

  1. trish.geib@gmail.com' Bad Ton says:

    I agree, Brian!

  2. jenmessner@gmail.com' Jennifer says:

    such great picks everyone! Laura, Lisa, Elisha – heart those especially.

  3. angiedilmore@gmail.com' akdilmore says:

    Bryan, I've only read it once, but I, too, love King's On Writing.

  4. bhorne@litstack.com' BriScribes73 says:

    Great picks! Most I know…a few I need to meet. Thanks for the introduction!

  5. tee.tate@gmail.com' Tee says:

    Some truly amazing choices, guys. Really, I'm impressed!

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