6 thoughts on “Happy book?”

  1. Fiction or non-fiction? Try P.G. Wodehouse. Or something by Dorothy Sayers if you like mysteries. You’ve probably already read The Count of Monte Cristo, but I don’t know that one can read that too many times. You’ve read Asimov, so assuming that you enjoy sci-fi/fantasy to a certain degree, you might check out Tad Williams’ Otherland series. I’ll come back later with some non-fiction suggestions.

  2. After some thought, I guess I don’t really read any non-fiction that is explicitly “happy”. Most is pretty neutral, emotionally. 😐

    By way of apology, let me recommend Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series as another fiction option. Laugh out loud funny in many, many places.

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