These are five of the oldest books on that list. I think they were added way back in 2007 when I first became a Goodreads user.
Angela's Ashes is one of those heartrending memoirs that EVERYONE has read. Except me.
Ethan Frome is one of those classics that everyone had to read in school. EXCEPT ME! I own it in a beautiful Penguin English Library edition, so I have no more excuses.
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay is one of those books that sends me down a shame spiral. It's one of Heather's favorites, and no matter how many times I say I'm going to read it...do I? Why, no!
The Count of Monte Cristo is a book that beat me when I undertook it for a readalong. I hope this beautiful edition, which I purchased, will make me read it sometime.
Plain Truth is a book I no longer have an interest.
And I should point out...I do still have a genuine interest in reading most of these. That doesn't mean I will, but Jodi Picoult can definitely go.
What are some of the oldest books on your TBR (list or physical stack...anything goes)?