Book recommendations

(original/English titles used)

Douglas Adams:
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy (five parts)
Margaret Atwood
Alias Grace
The Handmaid's Tale
Lady Oracle
The Blind Assassin
Oryx and Crake
Jean-Dominique Bauby:
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Ray Bradbury:
Fahrenheit 451
Mihail Bulgakov:
The Master and Margarita
Douglas Coupland:
Generation X
Girlfriend in a Coma
Miss Wyoming
All Families Are Psychotic
Shampoo Planet
Hey, Nostradamus!
Eleanor Rigby
The Gum Thief
Marie Darrieussecq:
Pig Tales
Alexandre Dumas:
The Black Tulip
Zlata Filipovic:
Zlata's Diary
Anne Frank:
Young girl's diary
Kinky Friedman:
Elvis, Jesus & Coca-Cola
Jostein Gaarder:
Sophie's World
The Solitaire Mystery
Winston Groom:
Forrest Gump
Einar Már Guðmundsson:
Fótspor á himnum
Draumar á jörðu
Torey Hayden:
The Sunflower Forest
The Mechanical Cat
Aldous Huxley:
John Irving:
A Widow for One Year
Todd Keisling:
A Life Transparent
Thomas Keneally:
Schindler's list
Imre Kertész:
A kudarc
Stanislaw Lem:
Myron Levoy:
Alan and Naomi
Erlend Loe:
Naiv, super
Fakta om Finland
Bernard Malamud:
God's Grace
George Orwell:
Sylvia Plath:
The Bell Jar
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry:
The Little Prince
Johanna Sinisalo:
Ennen päivänlaskua ei voi
Saracen Tate:
5 Suicide Notes
Leo Tolstoi:
Anna Karenina
Dalton Trumbo:
Jonny got his gun
Leon Uris:
H. G. Wells:
The Time Machine
Oscar Wilde:
The Picture of Dorian Gray

This list does not contain all the good novels that I have read - I started reading books when I was five, at a pace of several a week (sometimes several a day) so I had already forgotten many great novels by the time I began constructing this list.

If you want to purchase any of these books, you can visit e.g. Amazon or just consult a real-life bookstore. Most of these books aren't really new, so you might have better luck buying some of them second-hand. Remember that books last for decades and provide joy for many generations!