Here's a question about staying power.
WATERSHIP DOWN has been out nearly fifty years now. THE LORD OF THE RINGS is more popular than ever after more than sixty years.
So, of the books listed below, which do you think will stand the test of time and still be read twenty, thirty, forty years from now?
Ben Aaronovich—The Rivers of London series
Susanna Clark—Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell
Suzanne Collins—The Hunger Games
Jonathan Howard — Johannes Caball, Detective; 'Jonathan Caball and the Blustery Day' and other stories (uncollected)
Daniel O'Malley—The Rook
Philip Pullman Northern Lights.
--current reading: "A Long-Expected Party"
--last day at Marquette