The subtle art of not giving a f*ck
Advanced Thermodynamics for Engineers
very emotional. cried several times
Oxford English Dictionary
Zero to One, a book by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel
Im reading game of thrones - song of ice and fire pretty good !
Zonic - The Astralis Story
book of proof
lovecraft color out of space
The bible just ignore all the religion shit and you can get something good from it
none because books blow mega dick
The Foundation Pit by Platonov
12 rules for life
or some sigma grindset financial books
Sapiens, Amityville, once upon a time in Hollywood
moscow to the end of the line - yerofeyev
buddhas little finger - pelevin
women - bukowski
fear and loathing in las vegas - thompson
the book of disquiet - pessado
amazing reading experiences, all of them. pick any and you wont be disappointed
Sapiens is a classic
Currently reading Dune, that shit slaps
Sea of Poppies - Amitav Ghosh
Are prisons obsolete - Angela Davis
Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoevsky
The Master and Margarita, simply one of the best romances ever written
The Sword of Truth - one of the best (if not the best) fantasy novel series ever written - imo ofc
On the city of God against the pagans
,,Scythe'' (currently it has 3 books in a series) Very cool science fiction concept of modern world in which humanity defeated mortality and in order to control overpopulation inner government created a fraction called scythes, members of which are walking around the globe and choosing people to kill permamently (they don't call in killing in a books, but gleaning) I enjoyed all 3 books, however 1st is the best in my opinion. Can recommend mens!
The sacred mushroom and the cross
books are overrated go play cs instead
How to program in Visual Basic 4.0
Neil deGrasse Tyson:
Astrophysics for People in a Hurry
Walter M. Miller Jr.: A Canticle for Leibowitz
Wolfgang Jeschke: Der letzte Tag der Schöpfung
Michael Crichton: Sphere
idk if there is an english version (it has russian and estonian for sure) of it, but
google author "Ahto Levi", he wrote a book called like "scrips of gray wolf" or maybe "notes of the gray wolf", should be smth like that
Solaris by Stanislaw Lem
made me no sleep untill I finish with it
The long walk by Stephen King
Dostoevsky, Bulgakov, Griboedov, Bunin, Chekhov
Russian literature is great.
Blackshirts and Reds by Michael Parenti. WARNING: Reading this book will make you very smart
Goethe's Faust - thank me later
Heroic strats book, ask hunden for mp and he'll send you gdrive link.
Grande Sertão: Veredas, by Guimarães Rosa.
"Jak Wojtek został strażakiem"
This is thanking corner. Please come and take your thanks.
"Othello" and "Hamlet" by Shakespeare. One of my favourites
8/8, would recommend to everyone
"The Name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss
the ocean at the end of the lane - neil gaiman
The Brothers Karamazov
All Quiet on the Western Front
Written by a music and art enthusiast. Also fought in some war.
How to get a gf 2nd edition
The one about Rusty James (don't remember the exact name, just the character)
Orwell - "Coming Up for Air" definitely one of the most underrated masterpieces of Orwell
"The Charterhouse of Parma" by Stendhal
avoid books for hipsters like Palahniuk or some other sh*t
The beginning of almost everything
lotr or wheel of time both fantasy obviously
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (and its sequels)
It's easily my favorite book series. Tbh the stories themselves are somewhat mediocre and can feel a bit rushed but I enjoyed them for their comedy.