From the list on making you believe in the paranormal.
Who am I?
When I was 13, I paid 25 cents to see a mysterious fortune teller at a local carnival. She predicted I would marry a tall, handsome man, and then she paused and told me my next-door neighbor would soon break his arm. Within a week, my neighbor, Jack, dressed in his Superman costume, jumped off his roof and broke his arm. I was impressionable – and impressed. Since that time, I have been fascinated with fortune tellers and the magic that surrounds them as well as books based on magical realism and the paranormal. Oh, and by the way, I did marry a tall, handsome man.
J.G.'s book list on making you believe in the paranormal
Discover why each book is one of J.G.'s favorite books.
Why did J.G. love this book?
Be prepared. If you want a good cry, this book is for you, as it has one of the saddest endings of any novel I have read.
The Green Mile is the riveting and tragic story of John Coffee, a giant, gentle inmate with supernatural powers, condemned to death for the rape and murder of twin nine-year-old girls.
Coffee is a simple and kind man with a deathly fear of the dark. Your heart will break. Mine did.
The Green Mile
Why should I read it?
4 authors picked The Green Mile as one of their favorite books, and they share why you should read it.
What is this book about?
The Green Mile: those who walk it do not return, because at the end of that walk is the room in which sits Cold Mountain penitentiary's electric chair. In 1932 the newest resident on death row is John Coffey, a giant black man convicted of the brutal murder of two little girls. But nothing is as it seems with John Coffey, and around him unfolds a bizarre and horrifying story.
Evil murderer or holy…