Post a book you reading
“Palm of The Hand Stories” by Yasunari Kawabata.
“Norwegian Wood” by Haruki Murakami.
“The Sun and Her Flowers” by Rupi Kaur
"The Sun is Also a Star" by Nicola Yoon
I read this while off meds years ago. I can’t read anymore.
‘‘The secret history’’ of Donna Tartt
I didn’t read as many books this year as I wanted to.
But the ones that I did read really stuck with me.
Particularly, Wise Blood by Flannery O’Connor and All I Really Need to Know, I Learned in Kindergarten.
I really recommend the All I Need to Know — book, and When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Harold Kushner.
“The Music of Chance” was nice, we read it in high-school as part of our literature studies
I don’t like to read books now, I am spoiled by instant media and my addiction to games.
I read now the book Walden-Henry D.Thoreau and I think it’s going to be one of my favorites. I like his writing and his wise words.
I like Wikipedia topics on microeconomics, macroeconomics, marketing, financial accounting, managerial accounting, calculus, statistics, psychology, Japanese, Chinese, Korean etc…
I also liked all the books of Laura Esquivel She writes in the form of ‘‘magical realism’’.
I’ve read many, many, many books and I’ve loved most all of them. Last night, I finished Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”. It was a very good novel. One of the best.
I just finished Mary Buffetts “Buffettology”, and “The New Buffettology”, by Mary Buffett and David Clark. I am now reading “The Buffettology Workbook”, by Mary Buffett and David Clark. All of these books are most excellent. They are about investing using Warren Buffett’s techniques.
I just ordered two new novels from Amazon.com “Lady Chatterley’s Lover”, by D.H. Lawrence, and “David Copperfield”, by Charles Dickens. I am very excited to read these two novels.
Suffer the Child was first to link Satanic child abuse with multiple personalities/dissociative disorders. The story chronicles with unblinking objectivity the harrowing experiences of Jenny, and is a true story
I’ve read a ton, but I don’t think I’ll ever enjoy a book as much as 10 year old me loved Goosebumps or 15 year old me loved Animorphs lol
My ten year old self loved the Animal Ark series.
Ship of Theseus
I used to read goosebumps books, they were great growing up. Now I just internet read.
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter - that was when I was 20, though.
I have not read many books as I am a pretty poor reader but can truly enjoy a book .
I loved margit sandemo sagan om isfolket.
I read all of them but have not read her other books.
I loved reading johanne Hildebrandt books Odin,saga,Freya.
Christian Jacque Ramses was rather good too.
I enjoyed some history novels.
Can’t remember all names .
I enjoyed a couple Steven king books but I do not read them cause I do not want to get scared.
I loved Lauren Kate’s book passion but it is the only one of her books I have read.
I can relate to such thinking .
I recently finished a book about horse therapy and it was so difficult for me to read.
I forsed myself to read it because it was a gift.
I try to read in Swedish to keep the language alive within me.
Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. First read it in the psych ward.