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Brazil TryingToEndBoredom 
the tartar steppe by dino buzzati go
2023-01-24 11:49
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the very hungry caterpillar
2023-01-24 11:51
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+1 good ending, wont spoil it for other who haven read it yet
2023-01-24 14:39
very good read it really changed my view on cosumerisim and self preservation
2023-01-24 23:23
+1 haven't read anything better since
2023-01-25 13:46
came here just to comment this but was beaten to the punch sanji_best_support is a true 400iq hltv user
2023-01-26 00:32
i got baited, i searched the book and wasnt dissapointed
2023-01-26 11:31
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Europe Ex0dus_
Slaughterhouse-Five
2023-01-24 11:51
Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree. Now reading Alice by Christina Henry. Basically the horror version of Alice in Wonderland.
2023-01-24 11:52
read all the witcher books one by one like 7-8 years ago havent touched a book since
2023-01-24 11:52
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Libya Planum
flag checks out
2023-01-24 13:29
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name*
2023-01-26 00:30
9 replies
Well his flag still checks out
2023-01-26 00:40
8 replies
check again m8
2023-01-26 00:57
7 replies
Idk what you mean
2023-01-26 01:32
6 replies
its indonesia flag bro
2023-01-26 01:48
5 replies
You high or smth? That's clearly the polish flag
2023-01-26 01:51
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you messed up the links bro
2023-01-26 11:30
Why did you give me 2 links for the flag of poland
2023-01-26 12:22
1 reply
I think he is stupid
2023-01-26 12:35
#5
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Kosovo riphy
kitapyurdu.com/kitap/tarihi-degistiren-a.. "The soldiers that changed history"
2023-01-24 11:54
#6
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Bulgaria ramkain
Which I fully read... Livy's Histories, last volume
2023-01-24 11:55
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impressive, very nice
2023-01-24 13:28
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#105
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Bulgaria ramkain
Thank you!
2023-01-24 22:56
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England BobDude65
Honestly can't remember, which is kinda sad.
2023-01-24 11:59
cleaning_house about to come and mention book written by female author
2023-01-24 12:00
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Europe josephcs
Unfortunately, he did not. #9
2023-01-24 12:32
Oathbringer (Sanderson)
2023-01-24 12:01
4 replies
The series is pretty good. There’s a fourth book now as well
2023-01-24 12:35
the way of kings
2023-01-24 14:08
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Yeah. Volume 3. But I have to say that it's getting a bit... Not sure how to say it. Repetitive and unnecessarily enlonged already. And it's suppose to be 10 volumes if I remember correctly.
2023-01-24 14:20
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Europe Antxvi
I've heard there will be a big timeskip between 5 and 6 which might refresh things for you if you keep reading that far.
2023-01-25 12:33
twilight 💀 it was kinda good ngl
2023-01-24 12:02
“Classic Krakauer” A collection of several magazine articles by American Journalist John Krakauer Very good read in my opinion
2023-01-24 12:03
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I really recommend under the banner of heaven, I thought it was really interesting, although he presents a very biased point of view. If you haven't read it, you really should. Have you read into the wild?
2023-01-25 12:02
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Will definitely give it a look! I have read into the Wild, but “into thin air” is my personal favorite of his
2023-01-25 12:07
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Alright! Then I'll read into thin air next! I am currently reading a really strange Swedish book called "To cook a bear", and I think I'll recommend it. Very different from Krakauer though.
2023-01-25 17:33
dopamine nation by Dr. Anna Lembke
2023-01-24 12:03
“The Last Coyote”, Michael Connelly a “Harry Bosch” book.
2023-01-24 12:06
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Germany tilted_up
Something to s(pr)ay - banksy
2023-01-24 12:09
#16
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Finland Joona574
The Fourth Turning by Neil Howe and William Strauss A great book that I recommend especially to Americans.
2023-01-24 12:17
#17
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Czech Republic Solace_
LOTR - The Two Towers
2023-01-24 12:23
american psycho
2023-01-24 12:25
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#64
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Europe Ex0dus_
How was it?
2023-01-24 14:23
1 reply
a bit too graphical for me at times, but also really wierd and crazy. i liked it alot
2023-01-24 14:56
Dow Theory for the 21st Century The NEW Trading for a LIVING
2023-01-24 12:26
Re Read A moveable Feast by Hemingway. Highly Recommend
2023-01-24 12:27
I don't read books
2023-01-24 12:30
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Europe josephcs
Judging by the comments of yours I have seen lately, that was to be expected.
2023-01-24 12:33
10 replies
also look at the name, that's like obvious.
2023-01-24 12:43
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Europe josephcs
Why, bro? You could also just be a big fan of the alphabet and could not decide in which specific order you like the letters the, so you decided to treat them all equally by putting them into your username in alphabetical order.
2023-01-24 12:51
8 replies
nah, just don't know the order.
2023-01-24 12:53
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Malta aMM7
you don't know the order after p... it's Q (which u forgot) R S
2023-01-24 14:28
2 replies
thanks now I know
2023-01-24 14:37
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#72
NiKo | 
Malta aMM7
np bro, take care
2023-01-24 14:37
#80
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Europe josephcs
Oh wow, i did not even notice. But you came close. Just allow "r" and "s" to swap places and you'll be good. Apart from that I just now came to realise, that you have missed a wonderfull letter. May I introduce you to "Q" or "q"?
2023-01-24 14:46
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permission denied, try chmod 744 or something.
2023-01-24 14:50
Believe it or not, a thread was made about the user's name ages ago. :D No idea if it is still up.
2023-01-25 12:19
1 reply
really? o.0 can't remember that :p
2023-01-25 12:36
Lotr : The Fellowship of the ring
2023-01-24 12:40
The Master and Margarita
2023-01-24 12:41
5 replies
My favourite novel of all time, goated characters and writing
2023-01-25 21:31
1 reply
I really love the religious topic so it was the greatest I've read so far.
2023-01-25 22:30
how did you like it? I have mixed feelings
2023-01-25 21:35
2 replies
Surely my favourite so far, thankfully I have an ability to read in russian and in the original language it sure must be better!
2023-01-25 22:29
1 reply
Cool
2023-01-25 22:55
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Luxembourg Aybars1
a farewell to arms by hemingway
2023-01-24 12:41
Eating Animals by Jonathan Safron Foer
2023-01-24 12:43
I don't remember, because I almost never read but I like Aesop's fables, I think I read it a long time ago
2023-01-24 12:46
Crime and punishment - Dostoevsky
2023-01-24 12:47
4 replies
Such a good book
2023-01-24 12:54
Goated one if you REALLY comprehend the meaning
2023-01-25 13:45
I would love to read that again, gateway to dostoevsky's world for me, currently reading notes from underground
2023-01-25 16:02
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If you haven't read The Master and Margarita I would highly recommend it.
2023-01-25 18:07
imagine reading a book, gotta be the most boring thing on earth
2023-01-24 12:49
7 replies
Personally I find watching movies or TV shows to be far less engaging, borderline mind-numbing occupations.
2023-01-24 13:22
Watching golf or tennis is more entertaining? Brain dead jerman
2023-01-24 14:28
1 reply
more entertaining than books for sure
2023-01-24 15:03
It's not that boring when you can like see the images that the book brings to you... It's very nice when you can interpret what the book says...
2023-01-24 15:09
I thought all Germans read books sometimes say in the local news, that europeans read hundreds of books in 1 year
2023-01-24 23:19
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bruh no none of my friends have ever read a book
2023-01-24 23:43
1 reply
hahah
2023-01-25 13:47
Prison notebooks By Antonio Gramsci
2023-01-24 12:55
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Russia bult0
Oof, actually has been a while and I only read because was isolated in a hospital without Internet access. Iirc it was "hard to be a god" by Strugatsky
2023-01-24 12:56
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Did you like it? I tried to read "Piknik na obochine" some time ago and that was fucking dry. Is it the same for all of their books?
2023-01-25 13:45
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it is dry and pretty hard to read yeah. didn't read much of strugatsky brothers, but from what i read (hard to be a god and snail on a slope) it's just how their style is. but i liked the idea and philosophy of the book nonetheless
2023-01-25 21:11
guthrie govan creative techniques
2023-01-24 12:57
#39
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Brazil darkfroid
Kafka by the shore (haruki murakami)
2023-01-24 13:03
5 replies
its on my reading list. "Norwegian Wood" and "South of the border, west of the sun" are some of my favorite books ever.
2023-01-24 23:42
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Brazil darkfroid
i didnt know these two books, definitley putting South of the border, west of the sun on my reading list, sounds interesting. Kafka is one of the very few fiction books i've read, because i always prefered non fiction books, some skill to learn, philosphy, psychology, but i'm on the fiction train now
2023-01-25 01:36
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I think its important to balance. I used to read only books that i would consider "Useful" (Stoicism, How to win friends, The book of five rings, etc). They we´re useful, but reading itself became a burden. Then i read ''Sun and steel" by Yukio Mishima, wich is book with a ton of philosofical, political and deep metaphysical thought, but its written in such a poethic and beautiful way. It was the book that made me realise i could learn useful and practical skills with any kind of book. I still read a lot of philosophy books though, i have been procrastinating "Human Despair" by Soren Kierkegaard for some time now, but its a great read. Happy that you are reading more fiction now, it changes the way you see life, its like you can actually romanticize your own life, wich can be very useful sometimes. Hope you enjoy it.
2023-01-25 14:25
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Brazil darkfroid
thanks. Its been sometime since last time i read, because im finishing master degree, so when im not busy with it my spare time i want to relax, do things that require zero brain effort. As soon as i finish, going back to reading. Useful books that i've read that i was facinated by was You can have an amazing memory (Dominic O'brien) and Thinking fast and slow (Daniel Kahneman)
2023-01-25 14:50
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Yeah, I understand you, we can't be productive all the time, seeking perfection will only lead us to inevitable failure. I think I have heard of kahneman. I'll take a look into that, I've been wanting to put my brain back on track, after spending some months away from meditation.
2023-01-26 00:05
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Russia zadibadi
Leo Tolstoy "War and peace"
2023-01-24 13:03
#41
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Finland (RANE)
E=mc2 a biography of the world's most famous equation
2023-01-24 13:05
Fanged Noumena by Nick Land
2023-01-24 13:08
name 10 books
2023-01-24 13:16
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#73
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Yugoslavia bleaq
game of thrones
2023-01-24 14:38
3 replies
That’s 1 book
2023-01-24 14:40
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#77
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Yugoslavia bleaq
game of thrones 2
2023-01-24 14:42
1 reply
Doesn’t exist
2023-01-24 14:42
my man gatekeeping :D
2023-01-25 21:59
The Complete Mystical Works of Meister Eckhart It's a collection of about 120 or so sermons and a few dialectic treatises further contemplating some of the themes treated across his body of sermons. A short paragraph on the nature of the worldly, and of detachment from the world, from one of his sermons, which I found particularly moving, says: All inclination, desire and affection comes from likeness, for all things tend toward and love their likes [my note: consider love as the verb, and Likes as the capital object, to understand this statement]. The pure man loves purity, the just man loves and inclines to justice; a man's lips speak of what is within, just as our Lord says, "Out of the fullness of the heart, the mouth speaks" (Luke 6:45), and Solomon says, "All the labor of a man is in his mouth" (Eccles. 6:7). Thus it is a sure sign that not God but creature is in a man's heart if he finds attachment and consolation without. And therefore a virtuous man should be very ashamed before God, and in his own eyes, and God the Father is not active in him, but that the wretched creature is still living and yearning in him and acting in him.
2023-01-24 13:19
Atlas Shrugged
2023-01-24 13:22
Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman
2023-01-24 13:29
Pale fire (V. Nabokov)
2023-01-24 13:43
Survival of the Richest by Douglas Rushkoff
2023-01-24 13:46
The Purpose driven life by Rick Warren - highly recommend it
2023-01-24 13:50
Poilu
2023-01-24 13:51
the joursney to the east by hermann hesse and way of the peaceful warrior by dan milman
2023-01-24 13:54
i do audio books and the last one i listened to was 'Im glad my mom died' by Jennette McCurdy
2023-01-24 13:56
2 replies
Women, looking for attention even in book titles.
2023-01-24 14:17
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i mean the book title is accurate with the rest of the book because the book is mainly about her abusive mom and how she only realizes that after she dies so the whole "im glad my mom died" thing was a big thing for her to admit to herself
2023-01-25 11:54
joanne harris five quarters of the orange
2023-01-24 13:58
tibetan book of dead
2023-01-24 14:00
#58
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Russia Drapery
Brothers Karamazov, goated book
2023-01-24 14:03
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
2023-01-24 14:10
#61
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Russia DomRemi
John Tolland - Adolf Hitler: The Definitive Biography
2023-01-24 14:14
#65
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Portugal OwnedBro
The maze runner
2023-01-24 14:25
The winter witch by Paula Brackston. 10/10 will read again
2023-01-24 14:27
#69
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Brazil Vicmar
The Shack
2023-01-24 14:31
1984 , The best one I have read , really fucking good (Read it for Philosopy Class for the little thesis we do in 11º year , and for a portuguese presetation) Karmen (Hated it is some BD i had to read for a school presentation) Os Maias (Read half of it , was supossed to read all of it for school) , Its a portuguese book , its good i guess.
2023-01-24 14:38
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I'm reading 1984 right now, I think I have about 30 % of it left and really enjoyed it so far. I feel like the ending is very hard to predict which is a nice bonus.
2023-01-25 22:32
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it is a really good and strange ending :) The book is just too good.
2023-01-26 13:20
#75
i am | 
Yugoslavia bleaq
prometheus rising (robert anton wilson)
2023-01-24 14:40
#79
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Germany blochaa
Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War Michael D. Sallah book about events where the tiger force was included during vietnam war.
2023-01-24 14:43
#81
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Finland Miroyev
Been a while if you don't count audiobooks or probably school textbooks either. Might've been something by stephen king or all quiet on the western front
2023-01-24 14:47
Old man and a sea - Ernest Hemingway
2023-01-24 14:47
2 replies
I honestly found this book to be one of the worst ive read. Thankfully its a short one.
2023-01-24 15:20
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yeah i chose to read it because it was on our school literature list and it was short it was definitely the most boring book I have ever read lol
2023-01-24 15:22
#83
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Indonesia babeh
Reborn as a Vending Machine, I Now Wander the Dungeon.
2023-01-24 14:48
currently at the end of A Game of Thrones
2023-01-24 14:51
Dead Poets Society
2023-01-24 14:53
#87
NiKo | 
Germany Booya
Universe in a Nutshell by Hawking, actually Thyranny of the Butterfly by Schätzing
2023-01-24 14:54
great gatsby
2023-01-24 14:55
3 replies
how did you like the book? I might have to read it because of our school but Im thinking of just watching the movie with Leo Di Caprio and Tobey Maguire - is that movie like the book or is it not much similiar?
2023-01-24 15:24
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The book is a masterpiece. I haven't watched the movie though. I found it extremely hard to read it in english, but its totally worthed, beautifully written.
2023-01-24 15:30
basically what #100 said, plus I also had it in my final year of high school
2023-01-24 16:06
Friday Is The New Saturday by Pedro Gomes (PT Edition)
2023-01-24 14:56
#93
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Brazil ibrSpawn
Mr Mercedes.
2023-01-24 15:11
2 replies
which one out of 3?
2023-01-25 13:41
1 reply
#159
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Brazil ibrSpawn
First one, i dont finded to bought the other 2 in my city.
2023-01-25 15:39
#94
dupreeh | 
Aruba uho
The history of Georgia. (not the US state)
2023-01-24 15:11
King Rat (Clavell James)
2023-01-24 15:23
do androids dream of electric sheep?
2023-01-24 15:26
Children of Hurin
2023-01-24 15:35
1 reply
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Denmark MAMS
Nice!
2023-01-25 22:54
#102
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North America Camino
Dune
2023-01-24 15:35
in storms of steel by Ernst Jünger, it was very impressive and interesting
2023-01-24 15:39
#106
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Israel michnass
Diary of a wimpy kid 13
2023-01-24 23:03
A Thousand Sons: The Horus Heresy, Book 12 and it was kinda shit
2023-01-24 23:04
I am reading dune. very good
2023-01-24 23:07
battle royale
2023-01-24 23:08
O livreiro do alemão
2023-01-24 23:14
the children of hurin by tolkien
2023-01-24 23:17
1 reply
ayo no fucking way #101
2023-01-25 22:57
rendezvous with rama
2023-01-24 23:20
How to blow up a pipeline
2023-01-24 23:23
1 reply
very based
2023-01-26 00:33
Clausewitz
2023-01-24 23:24
#117
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Russia w1ndcast
"Flowers for Algernon" Daniel Keyes
2023-01-24 23:29
#118
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Brazil zZ3USz
Alan walker - Faded
2023-01-24 23:30
the sonic the hedgehog novelization series
2023-01-24 23:34
No longer human by Osamu Dazai. Now reading The steppe by Anton Chekhov
2023-01-24 23:43
3 replies
Chekhov is my all time fav writer. Just amazing. What Dostoyevsky and Tolstoj uses does in one page, Chekhov does in a few sentences
2023-01-25 21:37
2 replies
I'm still at the first chapters of the book, I am enjoying the way he describes the environment and the characters. The characters are so human, they have qualities, flaws, interests, personalities. They seem so real
2023-01-26 00:09
1 reply
I know man. The way he describes characters in such a simple, ordinary way is genius
2023-01-26 01:19
Currently on The Swarm by Frank Schätzing. Before that Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu
2023-01-24 23:48
"The Family of the Vourdalak" Aleksey Tolstoy
2023-01-24 23:48
books in 21century lmao
2023-01-24 23:55
7 replies
astralis in '23 lmao
2023-01-24 23:56
2 replies
astralis in 23 still 4 majors
2023-01-25 01:25
1 reply
astralis in 33 still 4 majors
2023-01-25 12:35
#127
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Belgium w4lt3r
look at me i hate reading im as dumb as your average goldfish but at least i hit the gym four times a week
2023-01-24 23:58
3 replies
Stupid people think it's cool to be stupid but just remember nerds invented modern medicine, cars. planes and cellphones.
2023-01-25 21:51
reading books =/= being smart But yeah the way he says that is a little disregarding and he embarrasses himself a little bit.
2023-01-26 01:01
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#238
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Belgium w4lt3r
reading books =/= being smart you're definitely right about that
2023-01-26 11:20
City of Glass
2023-01-25 11:57
"Getting naked" by Patrick Lencioni and i'm starting "Five dysfunctions of a team" tomorrow.
2023-01-25 12:13
Bridegerton Series
2023-01-25 12:14
#136
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Russia Drapery
Oh shit
2023-01-25 12:15
How to get out of silver guide
2023-01-25 12:15
1 reply
Hold my beer, I'll teach you.
2023-01-25 13:51
#139
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Japan Inlivino
I read Goodbye Tsugumi by Yoshimoto Banana. Goodbye Tsugumi was nice novel to read if you looking for something light.
2023-01-25 12:30
The second Babylon Berlin book, something about "mute death" or so.
2023-01-25 13:04
Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock
2023-01-25 13:05
House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski
2023-01-25 13:36
Currently reading The Institute by Stephen King
2023-01-25 13:40
Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut
2023-01-25 13:50
#154
ropz | 
India psn46
Kamasutra
2023-01-25 13:52
Obitaemyi ostrov
2023-01-25 13:58
Anna Karenina by fatso
2023-01-25 14:28
Must have been the Black Company by Glenn Cook, the book Dreams of Steel.
2023-01-25 16:09
The Analyst by John Katzenbach
2023-01-25 17:37
a song of ice and fire
2023-01-25 18:09
Book of Ra
2023-01-25 21:15
#168
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Czech Republic forseti12
Wittgenstein's Poker by David Edmonds
2023-01-25 21:17
#169
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Brazil FERRAZZZ
The state and revolution by Lenin and the death of ivan ilyich by Liev Tolstói
2023-01-25 21:18
Operation Paperclip
2023-01-25 21:19
#171
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Malaysia bobileet
3 buddies (Remark)
2023-01-25 21:22
Craig Silvey - Jasper Jones
2023-01-25 21:23
#173
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Serbia Cheerio23
The Gambler by Dostoevsky, also close to finishing Goethe's Faust
2023-01-25 21:27
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#174
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Malaysia bobileet
Whats your opinion on The gambler? im currently on Karamazovs brothers, thats good one
2023-01-25 21:30
2 replies
#184
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Serbia Cheerio23
I enjoyed it, one of the lighter Dostoevsky reads and not the caliber of something like Crime and Punishment or Karamazovs but still well written Also how are Karamazovs going for you?
2023-01-25 21:41
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#186
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Malaysia bobileet
I like it =)
2023-01-25 21:43
#177
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Russia mshkoda
too sweat for me but great
2023-01-25 21:32
4 replies
Gambler is not a very advanced story. Of everything I read by him , Gambler was the most conventional and easy to read
2023-01-25 21:38
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#185
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Serbia Cheerio23
+1
2023-01-25 21:42
#187
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Russia mshkoda
yep it is more like story, not novel mens this gallant hero in the friend zone, people who can't talk to each other straightly, all these sighs and notes – it makes me feel stuffy
2023-01-25 21:45
1 reply
I understand
2023-01-25 21:47
#176
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Russia mshkoda
Ferdinand Celine The journey to the edge of night
2023-01-25 21:32
Zrůdy STB - Monsters of STB (secret communist police of czechoslovakia, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StB)
2023-01-25 21:35
1 reply
looks interesting. I will give it try ! thanks
2023-01-25 21:39
Last read: The Process by Franz Kafka Currently reading: The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
2023-01-25 21:39
5 replies
#195
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Russia mshkoda
Process 8/8 Did you read 'the castle'? Highly recommended, unfortunately it was not ended, but only gives to it more meaning
2023-01-25 22:03
4 replies
I have, and I think it's even better than the Process. Hard for me to even formulate how I feel about it; it's so unlike anything else I've read. I believe his works had big influence on much of modern culture, especially within surrealism
2023-01-25 22:58
3 replies
Is the not finished part of it too off-putting? Some say it completely ruins the novel.
2023-01-26 01:10
2 replies
I don't think it matters much with Kafka. His literature is already so unconventional and strange that an abrupt ending doesn't feel out of place
2023-01-26 01:13
1 reply
On to the to-read list, then.
2023-01-26 01:15
sigma guys never read😎
2023-01-25 21:46
4 replies
Maybe that's why average turk iq is 87
2023-01-25 21:50
2 replies
Damn, don't kill him
2023-01-25 22:33
rekt
2023-01-26 01:06
yeah cause they can't
2023-01-26 00:11
#189
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Latvia Sibul
Just finished The Witcher series actually, wanna start reading something new but idk what
2023-01-25 21:47
1 reply
have some genre or theme in mind?
2023-01-26 00:09
#193
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France EUROP3AN
Not for many years. People don’t really read books here.
2023-01-25 21:55
The Colour of Magic. I love the the Discworld series by Terry Pratchett, and decided to reread it. I got off to af flying start, with the first book read this week.
2023-01-25 23:06
#205
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France Ocelot31
The Trouble With Peace from Joe Abercrombie
2023-01-25 23:11
#206
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India _Nexius
waking up by sam harris
2023-01-25 23:12
50 days before my suicide
2023-01-26 00:10
#211
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Brazil Gravelord
Currently reading Spiritual Combat by Fr. Lorenzo Scupoli
2023-01-26 00:11
The last one was Campo Geral. I had to read it because of uni admissions. Currently reading The Stand.
2023-01-26 00:17
#214
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Finland teukkjs
pet sematary by stephen king
2023-01-26 00:17
The richest man in Babylon
2023-01-26 00:23
sounds cheesy, but the bible
2023-01-26 00:29
#220
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Poland JK_l3
Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief
2023-01-26 00:34
The Tartar Steppe looks super interesting actually, thank you for that! My last book is Zeugnise und Berichte, german language accounts of auschweitz. Dont reccommend unless you rlly cant hold ur morbid curiosity.
2023-01-26 00:46
Inferno - Dan Brown
2023-01-26 01:00
Currently on Brilliance by Marcus Sakey.
2023-01-26 01:05
#236
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Russia tr0pp
South of the border west of the sun, by Haruki Murakami, really good book I think I will read more his books
2023-01-26 02:00
The alchemist
2023-01-26 01:57
#239
Rice | 
Brazil ricca
the motorcycle diaries
2023-01-26 11:25
nonono broski i cant read :(
2023-01-26 11:31
The fall of Carthage by Adrian Goldsworthy
2023-01-26 11:35
I'm reading the foundation series by isac asiimov right now. Anyone got some more sci fi recommendations?
2023-01-26 11:35
#246
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Russia el1ge_
fight club. chuck palahniuk
2023-01-26 12:28
Catch-22
2023-01-26 13:26
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