Atomic Habits - James Clear
Deep Work - Cal Newport
Grit - Angela Duckworth
The One Thing - Gary Keller
The Slight Edge - Jeff Olson
Inb4 mein kamph and commie manifesto
Hippie by Coelho, just finished, wanna do drugs 24/7.
The complete works of william shakespear. Should keep you busy for a while. Ha
the creature of jekyll island
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Josh Waitzkin - The Art of Learning
Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives
The Case for Christ - Lee Strobel
The last sunrise by harold gordon
Any books by nassim taleb
Any books by eckhart tolle
If you want fiction check out the talented mr ripley by patricia highsmith
12 rules for life, good read.
espionage? I like Len Deighton, easier to read than Le Carre (recently passed on) but not so fantastic like it couldn't have happened
the happiness advantage
rich dad poor dad
these are the 2 books im in the middle of rn, pretty good
pale blue dot - carl sagan
billions and billions - carl sagan
if you can speak russian crime and punishment is probably worth a read
for philisophical 'literature' you should read free will - Sam Harris
its super interesting and insightful and I think there isnt much of a chance if you go in there with an open mind you leave not thinking his arguments are sound :)
Brave New World
A Touch of Darkness
Book by Scarlett St. Clair
Letters from a stoic by Seneca. I enjoyed it tremendously
The isis hostage. Originally a danish book about a danish photographer called Daniel Rye, kept hostage by isis for 398 in 2013, before he got out. The danish title translate for can you see the moon, Daniel? Also a movie called Daniel from 2019
Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall
My favourite book on geopolitics
if you want a good laugh read
that book from that weird austrian guy who ruled germany
Do androids dream of electric sheep
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy by John Le Carre
Amazing book if you are into the secret services (not the flashy shit like James Bond )
Love his style
And to enhance the experience also watch the movie by the same name with the following cast:
Gary Oldman, Collin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, Mark Strong, John Hurt
Everything from James Ellroy
Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari
The Stranger by Albert Camus
Siddhartha by Hermann Hess
Dune by Frank Herbert
The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi. One of the best post-apoc / bio-punk books ever written.
His other books (Ship Breaker, The Drowned Cities) are also great and each one explores different (and very realistic) scenarios of the future eco-catastrophes but without leftist fearmongering.
The Village of Stepanchikovo
Stoner - John Edward Williams
Marcus Aurelius - Meditations
One of the best books to help you with life and everything + it's realy interesting
Ernest Hemingway - Sun also rises
12 Rules of life - Jordan B Peterson
Indistractable - Nir Eyal
Mindset - Dr Carol S. Dweck
How to win friends & infleunce people - Dale Carnegie
Essentialism - Greg McKeown
The Obstacle Is The Way - Ryan Holiday
4 Hour work week - Tim Ferriss
Ikigai - Hector Garcia
The Wasp Factory
Surely you must be dreaming, Mr. Feynman.
A brief history of Homo Sapiens
If you are into excellent short stories, everything by Jeffrey Archer, who is also a convicted fraudster. Excellent stuff.
1984 by Orwell and Doors of Perception by Huxley - read them both and compare them. The background story of Huxley and his involvement in the birth of LSD is fascinating.
Psycho - Bret Easton Ellis is spot on. His other books about perversity in the higher social layers are spot on.
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep - the book Blade Runner is built on. Books by Philip K. Dick in general if you are into Sci-Fi.
The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb - I am not a fan of his writing style, but his idea needs to be accredited as original and highly relevant to everyday life.
The Trial by Frank Kafka - read it and you can draw a line to the bureaucracy we experience today in our everyday lives dealing with the government.
Sun Tzu Art of War - I am not kidding. I started reading it because I wanted to get it over with, but it is a spectacular book with great wisdom. Read it!
The Prince - classic.
I´ve read them all, and I have a lot more. Let me know.
A tip: Try to take notes when reading. Whatever you think of while reading a book.
Fatherland - faction genre about the world after Nazi Germany won WW2.
Two by Steinbeck - Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men