15 Bestselling Books From the 1990s Worth Reading Again
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My love of reading was born in the '90s. Long hours spent in the library devouring the latest Sweet Valley High, The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and The Saddle Club novels paved the way for a lifelong obsession with books. Not to mention, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone came out in this decade, cementing it as one of the greatest eras for books ever. But, if you were just a kid in the '90s (or born later), then you probably missed some of the other bestsellers written in this time, like Stephen King's The Green Mile or Loves Music, Loves to Dance by Mary Higgins Clark. Plus, there were also many movies adapted from books in this decade (like The Notebook and Bridget Jones's Diary), so there are plenty of reasons to revisit these books right now. Check out 15 of our favorite '90s-era books in the slides ahead that are so good, they're definitely worth reading again.