Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Normie answer but I could read that series 100 times and not be sick of it
les miserables, young doctor's notebook, a hero of our time
Boy on the wooden box
I dont read much but i liked this
yeah a book club with people who don't read shit and think mentioning mein kampf for 1000 times straight is hilarious
“Fire & Blood” is the greatest fantasy, try it
Karel Čapek - R.U.R.; The White Disease
Francis Scott Fitgerald - Tales of the Jazz Age
Hermann Hesse - Siddhartha
Almost every book from warhammer universe
Joseph Heath & Andrew Potter -The Rebel Sell: Why the Culture Can't be Jammed
Brian Fay - Contemporary Philosophy of Social Science. A Multicultural Approach
Zygmunt Bauman - The Liquid Modernity
Der Schwarm (The Swarm?) - Frank Schätzing, he just knows how to take the best out of fictional and non fictional and make a pretty good story out of it, same with Limit.
King - The Dark Tower Epos, just fkn Epic, to see his whole Work is somehow connected, dayum.
Perry Rodan - Many of them, i started with The Red Empire ... i thought it was some Stuff for Kids but oh wee, some Genocide Alien SHit with heavy nais Technology Stuff
Die Zwerge (The Dwarves) All Books - Markus Heitz, pretty bloody and less happy ending as i thought
Preston & Childs Pendergast Series - Pendergast is just a fkn G´
The Malazan Book of the Fallen
Harry Potter Goblet of Fire
ASOIAF: A Storm of Swords
Hunger Games 1
War and Peace & A Clockwork Orange
the little engine that could
Lord of the rings: the complete bookset
20000 leagues under the seas. One of the my favourite books
Jorge Luis Borges - Ficciones & El Aleph
I can always talk books so sign me up!
I have many I like but an all time favourite will always be lord of the rings and the hobbit.
Coraline is great too, and a book called The Watchmaker of Filligree Street has a special place.
The poetry collections of Yahya Hassan (1995-2020)
Yahya Hassan (2013)
Yahya Hassan 2 (2020)
EDIT: You wanted a reason: YH was of palestinian origin and grew up in the ghetto and was always in trouble with the law. A certified psychopath, criminal with a huge appetite for litterature, poetry and women. He writes about his violent childhood and the conflicts between danish and muslim culture, the hypocrazy of his family and he writes brilliantly and passionately
Conn Iggulden: Emperor series (2000 pages in total)
Well researched novel about the life of Julius Caesar, though it takes some liberties.
Close enough to the facts, so you get an insight, and some of the crazy things that happen are actually true, even if they sound made up.
(He also made a series about Jenghis Khan, but it´s based on fewer facts)
My favorite book: gla1ve's strat book
kingkiller chronicles book 2. The wise man's fear. Epic.
A song of ice and fire. Red it 4 times
Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss
Ranger's Apprentice. I can't tell which book is the best of the collection.
its mandatory for me to read it as a paid leftist activist as per instructions from Soros
olofmeister's biography (hopefully written in future), ofc
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Tom robbins skinny legs and all
Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
The Aleph and Other Stories by Jorge Luis Borges
maybe some of my latin american (argentinian) people here know him. he is a fantastic writer with some interesting ideas
Of Human Bondage (by Somerset Maugham). It just helped me how to live
Hans Rosling factfulness
its good and insightfull, you gain from it
Henry Miller- all books
Celine - Journey to the End of the Night
Nabokov - Lolita
Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton - The last days of Pompeii
Stalin: A biography
Just interesting to learn about this guy
Francis of the Filth by George Miller
Book from the best Youtuber ever wholesome!
I don't have favorite book though in past I've read a lot
Obama promised land
I have always been intrested in politics and this book is about hes experience on it
Utvandrarserien (emigrants novel), just like every other Swede.
Sapiens, if "non fiction".
Crime and Punishment
the book thief - Markus Zusack
'martin eden' by Jack London. This book can help you to cope with problems irl but in the same time it can make you feel kind of stress. Overall, ideal for teens
ficciones, jorge luis borges
The Malazan Book of the Fallen
Wheel Of Time
Lord of the Rings
Principles and Practice Using C++
a brief history of time - stephen kawking