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The Naughty Priest's Handbook. Haha, no. For starters, The Quincunx, because of it's brutal portrayal of a 19th century ****ensian London. That says something, because I read ****ens before and thought he would have been better off still working at the shoe factory. Love Story by Erich Segal was a classic tearjerker, until I saw the hammy acting in the movie and stopped being emo. Last on the list is Lord of the Flies, which everyone here has likely read at one point or another. The bitter reality about humans not to be trusted when left to their own devices is still evident and ever present.