the very hungry caterpillar
very intellectual book
who reads books in 2021 get a life
depends on what ur goal in reading is, cause those books look "success" related
have you ever heard the tragedy of darth plagueis the wise
I cant suggest any but bump
The Hobbit - Tolkien.
A Song of Ice and Fire - Georger RR Martin
Martin Eden by Jack London
magic cleaning - mk
since you clearly are into weirdos
cant hurt me
I think that you are old enough to understand and enjoy reading
Heart of Darkness by Jospeh Conrad
The Plague by Albert Camus
George Orwell was a prophet
I misread the title as boobs
The wheel of time by Robert Jordan if you are into fantasy
Antifragile + Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Predictably Irrational by Dr. Dan Ariely
The Man Without Qualities by Robert Musil
Men and his symbols by carl jung
Try animal farm
The book thief
Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy
Name of the wind
Crime and punishment
Kafka at the shore
Animal farm is a must read. Great Gatsby too
Look up Asimov. He has written some great sci-fi. And also Philip K. Dick, lots of movies based on his work.
But there is lots of great books. You could start with the classics like Shakespeare. Arthur Conan Doyle, George Orwell. Jules Verne, Brett Easton Ellis... to name just some names.
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Everyone is recommending nerd shit. Nerd shit can be good, but first you should read the normie stuff:
Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Divergent, Percy Jackson, etc.
Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari
any book from slavoj zizek
The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger
Probably heard of it. Great book for teens, bet all you like it
didn't think i'd actually find decent book recommendations in a troll csgo forum
i read boobs
To kill a mockingbird
f. dostoyevsky - the idiot
some novels by anton chekhov
All Quiet on the Western Front
hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
The Catcher in the Rye - the best book for 16 y.o. young man.
The Grapes of Wrath - wery good book.
What kind of books are you thinking of?
Goodreads is a great site to browse btw and if you like keeping track of your reading you should think of signing up :)
thhis is my problem with self-help books and people like jordan peterson: they tell you to take responsibility (which is a good thing) but this is not the whole message. they imply that all your problems are your own fault. 'extreme ownership' my ass, many suffer from corruption, bad governments, rediculous inequality in economic systems etc. sure, you should take responsibility, but the message is political too. just pay attention to that. also think about this: is the focus on your own life really beneficial? are you just busy living your own solo life? or do you strive to be a good parent/friend/sibling? when i was 16 i thought i was fundamentally alone, but thats bullshit, you are always with others.
what you should try to do, in my opinion, is understand as much as you can recent history (last 100 years), current society, philosophy and natural science. try to understand why some countries are poor and others rich, why some countries have war all the time while others are safe, etc. also, when you are done 'taking extreme ownership' and applying your 12 rules every day, think about what you want to be in relation to others, what it means to be a good person in relationships. self-help books are a phase and focus only on you.
Best books on world war 1 anyone?
"im 16 and i've read
12 rules for life -JP"
I'm sorry but it's over for you.
Actually it never began
No Longer Human - Dazai
Les Chants De Maldoror - Comte de Lautréamont
Manufacturing Consent - Chomsky
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman <- Really good Sci-fi book
FISH - John Christensen <- Good book about perspective and self motivation