Animal Farm by George Orwell
The Communist Maniefesto or the Quran
Walter M. Miller Jr.: A Canticle for Leibowitz - amazing book, great sense of humor
if you want to train your brain, read 5 sites of Greek philosophy every morning during breakfast and Bam you will be smart as fuck in 1 year.
in search of respect-selling crack in el barrio
My girl is currently reading that new Dan Brown called Origins.
It's from that dude that wrote Angels & demons & The Da Vinci Code.
Very interesting author.. talking about how religion is all pure bullshit and can be confirmed by science.
"the boy who meets jesus"
reading atm, got the english version cuz trying to improve my london
Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
Lee Child - One Shot was good book for me, as sports shooter and weapon and crime science enthusiast.
don't read , totally waste time
Generally most of the Harlan Coben's books, this guy writes great stories.
The song of Ice and fire series (the books that a game of thrones TV show is based off). If you like the show then you'll love the books and I'm yet to find a person who watched the show and didn't enjoy it.
secret teaching of all ages - m.p.hall
The Name of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. My favorite Fantasy book of all time. It has been written in many languages, very good read!
The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, The Silmarillion and The Story of Kullervo
The Witcher and Trylogia Husycka.
Catch 22, funniest book I've ever read.
siddhartha by hermann hesse.
Silmarillion, LOTR, Legends of the Raven, War of the Ancients
The Man with the Golden Touch
reading books in 2k17 LUL
discworld terry pratchett
american gods neil gaiman
cryptonomicon neal stephenson
the chronicles of amber roger zelazny
sprawl trilogy william gibson
lord of light roger zelazny
the millennial contest roger zelazny
probably already too much :D
If u r into anime stuff, u can read Tokyo Blues from Haruki Murakami, it's like watching an anime or reading a manga but without all... u know, the cringe stuff, tons of fan service, etc. Isn't particularly amazing but gud buk. 6.5/10
The Republic of Pirates by Colin Woodard
As expected, fiction galore.
the book thief
lord of the rings
game of thrones
to kill a mockingbird
the absolutely true diary of a part-time indian
some of these are a bit more focused on America so they might be less interesting but still
Read all of Witcher books, then play all 3 games. That will be a good adventure)
here some of my favorite books.
if u want more just pm its gonna be a big list.
1984 from george orwell but be careful with this book it will/can change your view on this world big time
the alchemist from paulo coelho
48 laws of power from robert greene
the 4 hour workweek from timothy ferriss
the art of war from sun tzu
the art of travel from alain de botton
rework from jason fried
monkey mind from daniel smith
the shack from william young
power of now from eckhart tolle
the big short by michael lewis
catch-22 from joseph heller
Tai Pan by James Clavells
dale carnegie - how to win friends. It will help you with csgo toxic community ;)
Sapiens iz the best low key new book at least.
war and peace tolstoi, huge but one of my fav book
The Way The Crow Flies by Ann-Marie McDonald
Shits dark as fuck, not really a recommendation but more like stay away from it. Book is good, writing is good, author is good, but if you want to keep a healthy mind don't touch it.
I read it in grade 10 for my isu and oh boi, it would've scared me for life if I didnt put my mind into csgo betting and all. I only managed to read only half the book, maybe a little less, I read only till the first rape and death happened (not a spoiler, you could see it coming from a mile away). Yep i left after that, I was done, it was too much for my innocent mind, I left the book and wrote my report based on speculations and copy pastas from online. I shouldn't have left cause that's when the story turns around and it starts to go forward but I didn't know what was going to happen and too afraid to see another scene like the first I pussied out, threw the book into the return box at the library and ran home after paying my $80 book fine.
Warcraft book series we're pretty solid too.
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