Top 100 Books

1Pride and PrejudiceJane Austen   
2The Lord of the RingsJRR TolkienYesYesI've read this several times. Not light reading. If you are really into the books I recommend some of the supplimentary material like the Silmarilion. The movies were fun too.
3Jane EyreCharlotte Bronte   
4The Harry Potter SeriesJK RowlingYesYesJust finished reading these. I'm in the process of finishing the movies now. Very enjoyable. Not a "challenging" read, but fun.
5To Kill a MockingbirdHarper LeeYes I read this in High School English.
6The Bible SomeYesI had plans at one point to read this, the Koran, the Book of Mormon. Didn't make it very far though.
7Wuthering HeightsEmily Bronte   
8Nineteen Eighty FourGeorge OrwellYesYesBig Brother is watching you...
9His Dark MaterialsPhilip Pullman   
10Great ExpectationsCharles Dickens   
11Little WomenLouisa M AlcottYesYesHigh School English
12Tess of the D'UrbervillesThomas Hardy YesI've picked it up once or twice and could never really get going.
13Catch 22Joseph Heller   
14Complete Works of Shakespeare SomeYesI can't say I've read thecompleteworks....
15RebeccaDaphne Du Maurier   
16The HobbitJRR TolkienYesYesI read this as part of the LoTR above. The animated movie was fun too. I'm also looking forward to the live action movie coming out.
17BirdsongSebastian Faulks   
18Catcher in the RyeJD Salinger   
19The Time Traveller's WifeAudrey Niffenegger   
20MiddlemarchGeorge Eliot   
21Gone With The WindMargaret Mitchell   
22The Great GatsbyF Scott FitzgeraldYes High School English
23Bleak HouseCharles Dickens   
24War and PeaceLeo Tolstoy   
25The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the GalaxyDouglas AdamsYesYesI've read all five books in the trilogy AND played the text adventure. The movie was... okay.
26Brideshead RevisitedEvelyn Waugh   
27Crime and PunishmentFyodor Dostoyevsky   
28Grapes of WrathJohn SteinbeckSomeYesI read enough to write my book report (which I got a dismal grade on as I remember)
29Alice in WonderlandLewis CarrollYesYesIf you want to read this pick up a copy of The Annotated Alice edited by Martin Gardner.
30The Wind in the WillowsKenneth Grahame YesDisney Trivia, if you ride the Pooh ride in Disney World and look over your shoulder as you go around the first turn, through the first door there is a picture of Mr Toad giving a deed to Mr Owl from Pooh. This is a tribute to the fact that the Pooh ride was built over the old Mr Toad's Wild Ride.
31Anna KareninaLeo Tolstoy   
32David CopperfieldCharles Dickens   
33Chronicles of NarniaCS LewisYesYes 
34EmmaJane Austen   
35PersuasionJane Austen   
36The Lion, The Witch and The WardrobeCS LewisYesYesNot sure why this is seperate from the entire Chronicles at 33. The movie was good enough.
37The Kite RunnerKhaled Hosseini   
38Captain Corelli's MandolinLouis De Bernieres   
39Memoirs of a GeishaArthur GoldenYesYesThe book was amazing and the movie was a visual feast.
40Winnie the PoohAA Milne   
41Animal FarmGeorge OrwellYesYesFour Legs Good, Two Legs Bad
42The Da Vinci CodeDan BrownYesYes 
43One Hundred Years of SolitudeGabriel Garcia Marquez   
44A Prayer for Owen MeaneyJohn Irving   
45The Woman in WhiteWilkie Collins   
46Anne of Green GablesLM Montgomery   
47Far From The Madding CrowdThomas Hardy   
48The Handmaid's TaleMargaret Atwood   
49Lord of the FliesWilliam GoldingYesYesHigh School English. Creeeepy.
50AtonementIan McEwan   
51Life of PiYann Martel   
52DuneFrank Herbert   
53Cold Comfort FarmStella Gibbons   
54Sense and SensibilityJane Austen   
55A Suitable BoyVikram Seth   
56The Shadow of the WindCarlos Ruiz Zafon   
57A Tale Of Two CitiesCharles Dickens   
58Brave New WorldAldous Huxley   
59The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-timeMark Haddon   
60Love In The Time Of CholeraGabriel Garcia Marquez   
61Of Mice and MenJohn SteinbeckYesYesTell me about the rabbits George
62LolitaVladimir Nabokov   
63The Secret HistoryDonna Tartt   
64The Lovely BonesAlice Sebold   
65Count of Monte CristoAlexandre DumasYesYesThe movie was okay as well.
66On The RoadJack Kerouac   
67Jude the ObscureThomas Hardy   
68Bridget Jones's DiaryHelen Fielding   
69Midnight's ChildrenSalman Rushdie   
70Moby DickHerman Melville  A whale of tale I've heard... (sorry... I had to...)
71Oliver TwistCharles Dickens   
72DraculaBram StokerMovie  
73The Secret GardenFrances Hodgson BurnettMovie  
74Notes From A Small IslandBill Bryson   
75UlyssesJames Joyce   
76The Bell JarSylvia Plath   
77Swallows and AmazonsArthur Ransome   
78GerminalEmile Zola   
79Vanity FairWilliam Makepeace Thackeray   
80PossessionAS Byatt   
81A Christmas CarolCharles DickensYes  
82Cloud AtlasDavid Mitchell   
83The Color PurpleAlice Walker   
84The Remains of the DayKazuo Ishiguro   
85Madame BovaryGustave Flaubert   
86A Fine BalanceRohinton Mistry   
87Charlotte's WebEB WhiteYesYes 
88The Five People You Meet In HeavenMitch Albom   
89Adventures of Sherlock HolmesSir Arthur Conan DoyleSome  
90The Faraway Tree CollectionEnid Blyton   
91Heart of DarknessJoseph Conrad   
92The Little PrinceAntoine De Saint-Exupery  I only remember the cartoon series vaguely... from the 80's I think
93The Wasp FactoryIain Banks   
94Watership DownRichard Adams  Another book I've picked up a couple times and never really gotten into.
95A Confederacy of DuncesJohn Kennedy Toole   
96A Town Like AliceNevil Shute   
97The Three MusketeersAlexandre DumasYesYesThe movie was good but as I remember it was nothing like the book.
98HamletWilliam ShakespeareYesYesCollege English. I saw one of the many movies and it was okay.
99Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryRoald DahlYesYesThe new movie good and dark. The old movie good and fluffy. Not really sure which was "better".
100Les MiserablesVictor HugoPlay I've seen the play... does that count?

[*] I'm not 100% on the "Own" column. I'll update that as time goes by.