Monday I posted my first half of my top books from 2011, number 6-10. Today you get to see what the top five best books I read in 2011. By the way, incase you were wondering here’s last year’s 6-10 and 1-5.
Written by a guy awesome enough to do an interview on the blog – Click here. Digital Disciple tackles a topic churches will be discussing at length in the next few years. How do we do ministry in a Facebook culture?
If you’re a blogger, go buy this book and read it. Right now. Seriously, the best book on blogging I’ve read not only in 2011, but in years.
Last year I included one of Stennett’s books, and again this year he did not disappoint. Homemade Haunting is more great satire from one of the best Christian authors out there. Taking a look at a haunted house and one man’s obsession with writing a creepy novel Rob does an excellent job of weaving story with suspense all without ever getting too preachy.
Part fiction, biography, and humor Imaginary Jesus has it all. Plus, the scene where Matt is chasing Jesus through the bookstore could be one of the most memorable scenes ever.
This is hands down some of the best writing I’ve read in a long time. Excellent story, incredible concepts, and if you were burned on Young Adult fiction because of Twilight, then allow Suzanne Collins to right that wrong. I’ve already convinced a handful of people to read this series, after a friend convinced me. So go check it out, I haven’t met anyone who didn’t like it yet.
What was your favorite book you read in 2011? And why should I read it in 2012?
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