The rules: Don't take too long to think about it. Fifteen books you've read that will always stick with you. List the first fifteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes. Tag fifteen friends, including me, because I'm interested in seeing what books my friends choose. (To do this, go to your Notes tab on your profile page, paste rules in a new note, cast your fifteen picks, and tag people in the note. Do yours before you read anyone else's).
1. 'Salem's Lot (Stephen King)
2. Memnoch the Devil (Anne Rice)
3. The Solitaire Mystery (Jostein Gaarder)
4. His Dark Materials trilogy (Philip Pullman)
5. American Gods (Neil Gaiman)
6. Different Seasons, particularly Apt Pupil (Stephen King)
7. The Hunger Games trilogy (Suzanne Collins)
8. The Dark Tower septology, and novels connected to it (Stephen King)
9. The Witching Hour (Anne Rice)
10. Neverwhere (Neil Gaiman)
11. Dekada '70 (Lualhati Bautista)
12. Eats, Shoots and Leaves (Lynne Truss)
13. By the River Piedra, I Sat Down and Wept (Paolo Coelho)
14. The Looking Glass Wars trilogy (Frank Beddor)
15. The Bachman Books, particularly The Long Walk (Stephen King, writing as Richard Bachman)
I don't want to tag anyone though. Haha!
Upon inspection of my list, it seems I really have too much Stephen King books in my library. It isn't a surprise, though, that most (or almost all) fall within the genre of fantasy and fiction. Well, as they say, to each his own.