Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by Wander, May 1, 2009.
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"The Lucifer Effect" by Philip Zimbardo
I am close to finishing it. I'd be as well noting the damn book here before I binge on anime
"The Magic of Reality" by Richard Dawkins
The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman.
It's a children's book but I highly recommend it! There's a lot of complex ideas in it, like, about the universe, life and death, etc. It's a book written by an atheist and full of positive atheist ideals.
"Bird Brain: An exploration of avian intelligence" by Nathan Emery
To Kill A Mockingbird <3
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
Loved that book
Just finished Oedipus Rex and onto Antigone
Right now I'm reading A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara, and I'm not very far into it but so far it's really well-written. The author creates this really emotionally intense relationship between her characters and the reader.
Fool Moon by Jim Butcher, the second book in his Dresden Files
411, a book about ridiculous 411 calls one girl had received... it was a little boring, actually... XD;;
all the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr
The Resurrectionist - James Bradley.
The Iron Druid Chronicles 1. Hounded - Kevin Hearne
I finished The Color Purple by Alice Walker today. Absolutely loved it. My first time reading it all the way through and only regret not finishing it the first time.
Animal Farm, Orwell
Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad. Good, but grim.
The Neverending Story, by Michael Ende (again. I read it when I was 11. Then I found it a few days ago.)
Just finished The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini for the second time, and now I'm a wreck for the second time. Just reminded me why it's my favourite novel.
The Secret Diary of Billy Chase (I'm in book two of the series). By Comicality. Hilarious, poignant, sad, happy, intense, angst filled, suspenseful. Some explicit sexual language. Well written, it will take you back to your teenage years if you're an older person, or perhaps reflect on the present if you're a teen. Highly recommended. A page turner that can be read in short sessions and come back to.