Engadgets is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and the site’s been looking at the books people read.
Here are our picks for the best books on the market at the moment.1.
The Book of Glass by J.K. RowlingThe book is so good, it makes me want to write a book.
I’m always amazed at how much I’m reading, and I’ve been doing this for years.
I read about one book a month, and usually that’s something to keep me entertained, or maybe it’s something for my writing partner.
But The Book Of Glass is a masterpiece.
Rowling has been making us all curious about the world of Hogwarts since she wrote it in 2006, and she’s made it as accessible as it can be.
It’s got an epic plot that makes it feel like you’re reading the same books over and over again.
It doesn’t have too many spoilers, and it’s full of memorable characters.
Rowling is a master of storytelling.2.
The Martian by Mark ZuckerbergThe first thing that strikes me about The Martian is how beautiful it is.
It looks like an astronaut.
It has an astronaut’s look to it, too, and Zuckerberg’s style is gorgeous.
The Mars trilogy is a classic, and Mark Zuckerberg’s Mars trilogy was the best I’ve ever read.
He shows us a planet where we have a human race, but also a Martian one.
And he uses the language of science fiction to tell the story of how humans have evolved on this planet.
Zuckerberg also writes about the human body in the way that’s so easy to do in a science fiction book, and he doesn’t feel like he’s doing science fiction in his fiction.
I don’t think we’ll ever see a sequel to The Martian.3.
The Great Gatsby by Michael JacksonIt might be too soon to write this one off as a “classic,” but Michael Jackson’s The Great Jigga was a book that I read more than any other book on the list.
The novel is so much about the way you learn to feel beautiful, and to understand the world, that I’m not surprised that Jackson wrote it.
The story is told in the first person, which means it’s about your life, and how you deal with it.
Jackson’s writing is so vivid and detailed that it makes you want to read more.4.
A Time to Kill by Stephen KingThe book that has become a “cult classic” is the one that changed my life.
I never liked books that were so violent, but I also never really liked books about killers.
When I started reading King’s The Shining in high school, I was terrified of reading Stephen King’s books.
I was so scared that the stories would be violent and scary and I’d miss out on the magic of the story.
But I had the best reading experience of my life, because I read The Shining when I was younger, and that was when I first understood how scary and wonderful the story was.
I loved the fact that it was a scary story, but at the same time it was also a loving and compassionate story about a family.
King wrote the book in a way that made me want and feel so good about myself.5.
The Three Stooges by Thomas PynchonThe book about the Stoogos is about a very serious matter.
It deals with the subject matter of morality, the way we think and feel, and also how we deal with the emotions that come with those things.
It is also a deeply personal book, so there’s a real empathy that you can feel for these characters.
The book is about how people struggle with the idea that people are not good enough, and so it has a very real impact on your psyche. Pyn