pro players doesnt read book.
so i dont read
You do realize you're on hltv, right?
Currently I'm reading books from Metro 2033 universum. I'm finishing Piter.
anything from stephen king
thinking in c++
KAPPA WTF OMG ROR
Mark Behr - The Smell of Apples
I dont usually read books but i really like American Sniper and couple finnish made books.
i read during the day *ba dum tss*
all in AUDIOBOOKS
Bible. But masturbation first.
I don't know how to read books
Just finished War and Peace from Tolstoy, now reading The Children of Hurin by Tolkien (wanted something a bit lighter after Tolstoy :D)
Been making my way through the "A song of ice and fire" books, however I usually just pass out whenever I want to read, so it's taken me a year or something for the first book :9
Well my favourite book is A Storm of Swords in the A Song of Ice and Fire series. Popularly known as Game of Thrones. George R.R. Martins writing is simply the best.
But right now I am trying to finish the 8th book in A Tale of The Malazan Book of the Fallen which are way more vast and far more complex than Game of Thrones.
After those last 2½ book I am going to finish Ben Kane's The Forgotten Legion series (haven't read the last book yet) and then read Bernard Cornwells historic novels - The Warlord Chronicles and The Saxon Stories. He is also the man behind the Sharpe novels which was aired as a TV series starring Sean Bean back in the 90'ies.
When I have to relax and not let the mind work I bring forth a comicbook like the old Prince Valiant or other historical fiction stories like it for example A Hedge Knight and Sworn Sword (preludes to Game of Thrones).
As a child I grew up with reading Narnia, The Hobbit, Dragonlance, Prince Valiant and books with that type fictional setting though still with historical links (eg. the world war and medieval warfare). And my favourite movie was Spartacus for many years. So I have stayed on the same path all along.
Finished the Wheel of Time series a few months back, which was my favorite books at that time, but now I'm in the middle of The Malazan Book of The Fallen which is by far the most vast and interesting series I've read this far! Also read the first two books and waiting for book 3 in Brandon Sandersons epic fantasyseries The Stormlight Archives! :D
Metro 2033 and 34,very good..but i havent yet read that 34',just a bit
R. Jordan The Wheel of Time series
the only book that I know is the face book
Albert Camus is the man.
Currently finnishing American Pyscho
Master and Margarita my favorite book, hands down.
Journey to the End of the Night
The first series I ever read was The Sword of Truth. The first book, Wizard's First Rule, will always be one of my favourite books. The series became by time more and more "political" meaning Terry Goodkind's worldview was expressed heavily throughout the books; not necessarily bad (i myself like his worldview) but it became tedious at the end.
Since then i've favoured "gritty" fantasy and Sci-Fi: The Malazan Book of the Fallen, The First Law, Prince of Thorns, and several others.
My favourite series though is A Song of Ice and Fire. It became wildly popular when HBO picked it up to make a tv series, and rightly so in my opinion. The way it builds a story complete with different ideologies, goals, personas, and much more complex storylines than many series is fascinating. I long for the next book and I just hope it isn't going to take as long as the wait for previous one -_-
EDIT: Okay maybe not my favourite but a close second or third is A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. So clever and funny :P
harry potter, Lord of the Rings
A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ofc.
I read it like 10 times, still not bored.
such question can only be posed by someone who doesn't read much. imho.
Just finished Fight Club and Hunger Games. Getting through The Stand by King is taking me far too long, but i'm determined to finish it.
jeremy clarkson: "driven to distraction"
WHEEL OF TIME. One of the best series ever. :) read it like 5 times already
John dies at the end, really good book ;D
I don't do thit shit of "read before bed". I read one book at a time and don't keep coming back to them.
I'm reading a shot version of a Schopenhauer book atm, next one will be Dostoyevsky's Notes From Underground.
More often than reading I listen to various things before sleeping, but when I do read, I read a religious book by Polish nun Leonia Nastal. It details her mystical relationship with Jesus Christ. Amazing stuff, I highly recommend it to any Pole who wants to deepen his faith in God (it hasn't been translated into any foreign language as far as I'm aware).
so much to learn
To Kill a Mockingbird
Always a classic
Some HLTV comments are harder to read than an entire book