Last book you read?

“The Last Christian”. Based in 2088. not really about christianity just some cool sci fi fiction.

“The Colors of Space” by Marion Zimmer Bradley

“VALIS” by Philip K DIck. Was last year sometime. Good read.

“Brown Girl Dreaming,” by Jacqueline Woodson.

I’m looking for a good book on feminism if someone can recommend. I want to read it in the plane. Last book I read was a couple of months back the prophet by khalil gibran. I started reading to kill a mocking bird but lost interest.

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I have the prophet but ive only skimmed through it. i liked its simplicity for sure.

i had to read mocking bird in high school… not an exciting read.

“At the Heart of Freedom: Feminism, Sex, and Equality”, by Drucilla Cornell … It’s good

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Hey! “Lives in the Shadow with J. Krishnamurti”.

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I know most of my favorites are science fiction… Stuff people don’ want to read.

If I had to make a suggestion in general though, read “Cat’s Cradle,” “Sirens of Titan,” and “Breakfast of Champions” all by Kurt Vonnegut.

Seriously charmingly unique and his style is simple. Good reads.

Arlen Coben, “Stay Close”, really good read.

Philip Kindred Dick.

read completely through? some novel about colonial american trader sailing the seas making business deals. cant even remember the name.

I don’t know that one.

Is it kindred? lol

The Infinite Jest of David Foster Wallace. The book has 1400 pages!.
The guy had chronic severe depression. He hunged himself. This is the guy

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“The Future of the Mind” by Dr. Michio Kaku. :neutral_face:

Full of cross references on Pop culture and movies, talks a lot about schizophrenia and other mental afflictions. I learned about Savant Syndrome which affects people with traumatic brain injury and makes them geniuses.

Excellent read overall!


Change Your Brain, Change Your Life by Dr. Amen.

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I’ve heard about this book, and this guy on NPR.

They praised what he did for followers and admirers during the book, and after.

Quite a tragedy.

“Contemporary Fiction” - a book of short stories.

“I thought it was just me” by Adele Leslie Adams.

Kind of a book/booklet on information for children of Vietnam Veterans about ptsd and the family.