The Wedding, by Nicholas Sparks. It's technically a sequel, but it can also stand on its own, which is my favorite quality of a sequel.
Swan Song by Robert McCammon. I read it on the recommendation of a friend, and it was really good!
Where the Red Fern Grows. I didn't think it was a hidden gem, but no I know has ever read it. I read it when I was in the fifth grade. It was the first time I have ever cried while reading a book.
Reading A Tale of Two Cities my junior year in high school. It was only ok to me, and I struggled my way through it until the end. And the end was so good, and so beautiful, that it made me want to read the whole thing over again.
The Thoughtless, Effortless, Relentless trilogy. It was pretty good. Naughty, but not too naughty.
Moby Dick was really long.... or maybe it just felt long.
One, I need a new one.
The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I'd read it every summer when I was a kid so I would feel cooler than it really was.
"It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest I go to than I have ever known." ~Sydney Carton, A Tale of Two Cities
That stupid Percy Jackson book. So lame.
Well, I guess the Crossfire books, but I'm reading the third one right now.
This changes often, but I really liked The Art of Dancing in the Rain, Silver Linings Playbook, and Wuthering Heights.
Anything by Nicholas Sparks.
Eh. I just added Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh to my wish list, but I wouldn't say I'm excited about it.
A Day No Pigs Would Die by Robert Peck
Entwined in You. I'm reading it right now.