What was the last book you've read?
What Guys Said 34
The Power by Naomi Alderman.
In 'The Power,' Women Develop A Weapon That Changes Everything
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A Novelist Asks, What if Women’s Bodies Became Deadly Weapons?
What If Women Were in Charge?
‘The Power’ is our era’s ‘Handmaid’s Tale’
What If Women Had The Power?
A stunning new speculative-fiction book by Naomi Alderman couldn’t be more timely.
A Feminist Dystopia For The #MeToo Moment
Author Naomi Alderman conceived of a world in which women wield all the power. What she really shows is how impossible that would be.
“Free Will” by Sam Harris. That is the last book I have completed, but I’m currently on “The Moral Landscape” by the same author, Sam Harris. I have not been able to get to it because of my class readings getting in the way, so I’ll have to get through the semester to finish that book.
The last book I read is this:
And not finished book by my friend.
Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks. He's a terrific writer. One of the best collections of short stories I have read.
I probably should remember the last physical book I read, but I don't so I'm going to list (some of) the light novels I'm currently reading, which I am all up to date with (at least the English translations of when they are in other languages):
"I was reincarnated as a magic academy"
"Kumo desu ga, nani ka"
"I was a sword when I reincarnated"
"Monster who levels up"
"Devil evolution catalogue"
"The death mage who doesn't want a 4th time"
"The charm of soul pets"
I have about 50-60 or so others on the backburner on tabs on my phone, and probably another 40-50 unfinished (still being translated) in bookmarks.
The Book of Noah.. Well I watched it to be exact https://youtu.be/h6omFJhKr6o
The Great Philosophers: An Introduction to Western Philosophy.
By Bryan Magee.
Can't recall. I've switched to audio books to give my eyes a break and free up my hands for chores. I get a lot more done now.
Well I'm currently working on a novel under the title "Fallen".
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K Dick.
Well i finished these two at the same time so..
The Count of Monte Cristo.
Letters to a young poet.
Pretty Girls By Karin Slaughter
Summary- More than twenty years ago, Claire and Lydia’s teenaged sister Julia vanished without a trace. The two women have not spoken since, and now their lives could not be more different. Claire is the glamorous trophy wife of an Atlanta millionaire. Lydia, a single mother, dates an ex-con and struggles to make ends meet. But neither has recovered from the horror and heartbreak of their shared loss—a devastating wound that's cruelly ripped open when Claire's husband is killed.
I can't read. I'm illiterate.
1984 by Orwell.
Origin by Dan Brown
Wizard of Oz
That would probably be "testimony" by Neal Morse
harry potters all of them
Labyrinth by Kate mosse was good
Pejsek a Kočička
Art of Learning BY Josh Waitzkin
Slash's autobiography! Can't recommend enough!
Guillaume Faye - Why We Fight.
A cute Japanese novella called
The guest cat
Kane and Abel
The phenomology of spirit by hegel
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What Girls Said 12
It's been awhile. I think the last one was City of Heavenly Fire.
I was reading Dan Brown's Inferno but didn't finish it.
The Creepshow graphic novel by Stephen King
A book about a girl that went on a vacation with her parents to Italy, in a old house from the parents friends.
I'm currently reading The Dazzling Heights by Katherine McGee
call me by your name
Kamila Shamshi's Home Fire.
Genealogical fictions... by Maria Elena Martinez
Aphorisms on Love and Hate - Friedrich Nietzsche
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