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United Kingdom clannad_2002 
During Christmas holidays I had to read a book for a contest and ever since then I've really started to read a lot. Quite frankly I missed reading and found the change from pointless minecraft building sessions to reading sessions pleasant. This year alone I've read: Tess of the d'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote The catcher in the rye by JD Sallinger The metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Some Oscar Wilde stories and Miss Peregrimes house for peculiar children which made me read all the books above as I couldn't stand the stupidity of it Any suggestions on books to read or thoughts about any of the ones on the list?
2021-01-18 20:33
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2021-01-18 20:34
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2021-01-19 21:37
Crime and punishment Oblomow
2021-01-18 20:35
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i'm yet to read oblomow but crime and punishment is great
2021-01-19 22:24
first world privilege is being able to read a book because isn't fucking 40°C outside sadge
2021-01-18 20:37
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-20 here sage
2021-01-18 20:38
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nice and cozy 😎
2021-01-18 20:40
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Austria arngnr
why cant you read a book at 40° if you don't mind me asking
2021-01-18 21:06
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it's not physically impossible but it's highly unpleasant because you get sweaty quite easily and it feels harder to concentrate it just feels better to read a book during winter or colder days
2021-01-18 21:08
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Norway Ragnar__
Maybe stop being a fat shit and lose weight ?
2021-01-18 21:39
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i'm not fat (even though losing a bit of weight might do me some good) and i don't expect you to understand the feeling of a harsh summer if you're not fakeflagging
2021-01-18 21:41
wtf is this nonsense?
2021-01-19 21:39
Austria arngnr
I get that, thank god its practically never that hot where I live
2021-01-19 21:34
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sometimes it’s nice to get a tan and all, but for the most part is just a burden tbh
2021-01-19 22:19
why is that related to which world you living in
2021-01-19 22:13
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it’s just the “first world problem “ meme added to the fact that most of them are cold
2021-01-19 22:21
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2021-01-18 20:38
big fan of dystopian novels here: as introduction, read 1984 and brave new world about kafka? just read everything you can find, really enjoyed all of his books. Dostojewski: the demons
2021-01-18 20:39
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I have a collection of his stories, so far I've read a couple and I must admit that I don't understand all of them, especially the shorter ones. Still, his works have something special about them.
2021-01-18 20:41
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one of the few times i have the advantage of reading them in their original language :P
2021-01-18 20:57
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only because he was forced to speak german by you fucking habsburgs... give him back to the cz and maybe he wouldn't be so depressed about his life.
2021-01-18 21:34
oh, and if you havent read the trial and "in the penal colony", do it asap
2021-01-18 21:08
2021-01-18 21:46
(Posted this on the other book thread, maybe you'll like these?) - Lord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien) - The Book Thief (Markus Zusak) - A man called Ove (Fredrik Backman) - The Watchmaker of Filligree Street (Natasha Pulley) - The Bees (Laline Paull) - The Graveyard Book (Neil Gaiman) I'm currently reading The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson myself, the first book out of currently 4 from the Stormlight Archive.
2021-01-18 20:40
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I've read the first lotr book but high fantasy isn't really my favourite genre. That said, I will check check out the other recommendations :D
2021-01-18 20:44
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Ah, I am into fantasy a lot so many are in that genre :D The Watchmaker of Filligree Street has become one of my favourite books, it will confuse you at first but once past that it personally blew my mind.
2021-01-18 20:46
there is some awesome high fantasy tho. Extremely well written (malazan book of the fallen)
2021-01-18 21:03
Greece RedWinter
thoughts about kafka?
2021-01-18 20:44
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I read up on his personality before I read his works and I have to say that they go hand in hand. His storis have an atmosphere about them like no other and really make you think after you've finished them. I have found some aspect apart from the main idea that's really been on my mind in every story of his that I've read. Like the liberation the family felt after he had died in the metamorphosis has stayed with me.
2021-01-18 20:47
Idk about you but I usually buy more books from authors that I've enjoyed or at least the same style/genre After reading Kafka I bought the Castle and the Trial, after loving Journey to the End of the Night i bought Death on Credit etc etc In the same style of Kafka I could reccomend you: Invitation to a Beheading by Nabokov The Blind Owl by Sadegh Hedayat The Tenant by Roland Topor
2021-01-18 20:50
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I agree with you but I can't really read two stand-alone novels from the same author without feeling burnt out or getting tired from their writing style. I really like Murakami and I have read about half of his "main" books, just not in a row.
2021-01-18 20:51
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I understand, I gave you 3 recs that gave me Kafka "vibes" I love surrealism.
2021-01-18 20:54
In cold blood since you liked truman capote
2021-01-18 20:59
Ken Follett Fall of Giants
2021-01-18 21:00
Ayn Rand Atlas Shrugged
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Mexico PS5
i never read a book in my life, i tried and tried and i just cant concentrate enough to read a book, any tips?
2021-01-18 21:01
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read one first word on the first page, then read the one on the right, repeat until last word of page. then go to the next page and repeat. repeat until end of book
2021-01-19 22:20
Henry Kissinger World Order
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Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
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Of Human Bondage by William Somerset Maugham
2021-01-18 21:03
Stephen king
2021-01-18 21:04
Which Oscar Wilde stories? The picture of Dorian Grey by any chance?
2021-01-18 21:04
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I honestly plan to read it after I finish catch22 that I am currently reading. I read the canterville ghost and other stories in that collection. Not as good as his other works but I still enjoyed them.
2021-01-18 21:22
World Beard43
Spiritual Enlightenment: The Damnedest Thing Or the whole Enlightenment Trilogy by Jed McKenna.
2021-01-18 21:06
I started reading consistently in September. Since then read 37 books. Finishing 38th today, next in line is The Idiot by Dostoevsky 😎 If on a winter's night a traveler by Italo Calvino was the one I enjoyed most
2021-01-18 21:09
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I feel you bro, Ill check out a traveler
2021-01-18 21:55
Poem of the Man God by Maria Valtorta
2021-01-18 21:15
Man's Search for Meaning
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Absolute must read!
2021-01-18 21:47
Only books i've read are the ones by Karl Pilkington
2021-01-18 21:32
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lucky you!
2021-01-18 21:36
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is great to think about but my favourite book is flowers for algernon by Daniel Keyes. Keeping sci-fi try do androids dream of electric sheep.
2021-01-18 21:42
Stephen King: under the dome
2021-01-18 21:46
Guys, is this literature forum now? i like, mens))
2021-01-18 21:50
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Even though the mods had to delete a bunch of bait comments, I am surprised at the amount of replies this thread got, made me happy :D
2021-01-18 21:56
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i didnt even see any bait comments (besides some mein kampf recommendations xD)
2021-01-18 21:57
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They were something like "books 2021)))) XDDDD"
2021-01-18 21:58
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Ukraine Nzr0
The Magus - John Fowles
2021-01-18 21:59
I like Arturo Perez - Reverte. Maybe some Vargas Llosa as well. Had great fun lately reading Jaroslav Hasek 'Good soldier Svejk' If you like some high quality SF Stanislaw Lem is a must-read
2021-01-19 21:39
What is this shit? I recommend Harry Potter, great series.
2021-01-19 22:18
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Are you one of those people who read only Harry Potter and think it's a new Bible?
2021-01-19 23:16
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No but I liked it as a kid, read the series multiple times. But I also read some other nice fantasy stuff like Bartimäus series and also political books and biographies. And I like the real bible.
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2021-01-19 22:20
Fiodor dostoievski's books r some literature that i've surprised myself on how much i like it. I'm really into dark and horror stories but with eternal husband i fell in love with this kind of novels. Velchanínov is a great character and isnt a role model, but u can feel like him through the book.
2021-01-19 22:20
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