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I'm reading a very interesting book on communication right now. I've had a tough time reading because a pc is just faster at everything so when I'm at home I just use a PC but now I have a very good occupation during the day where I can be creative or just grow in any way and I can read so I've done that and I enjoy it a lot :)10
No, but I just bought 2: one on The Beatles (kind of a diary of the things they did from day to day) and one on John & Yoko. Aside from that, I've got two other Beatles books to read, one on (from) the white album and one on (from) Sgt. Pepper.15
Nah, I have got a novel series as gift from an cousin because he knows I'm a bookworm. The twisted series. However, I have only read first 86 pages so far. The plot is like some high school drama and the writing style is not decent or handsome, I mean many slangs are used and it's a bit... cheap. But it's okay. 6/10.20
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Dididnt even pick one up to kill a fly39
I finished "Pseudopandemic: New Normal Technocracy" by Iain Davis, and am now almost done with "The Controversy of Zion" by Douglas Reed.
Real light reading. LOL But chocked full of documented facts and super enlightening. Mind blowing, in fact.10
Re-read a few business books
Checked out a book by Duncan Bannatyne (haven't finished it yet)
The dummies guide to organising your finances (terrible unless you are an utter incompetent)
Lone Wolf by Felix Dennis
Bought a book on jewellery repair... that was terrible
Possibly others I've forgotten right now10
Yup a few "This Is Going To Hurt" by Adam kay highly recommend, (24/7 demon mart) by D. M Guy has potential but the main character is frustratingly dumb so I can't recommend it and the first 2 books of the dirk cooper series Paranormal Real Estate and Death Of Dirk Cooper by Matthew howry which is fucking amazing great world building, comedy and story I can't wait for the next book10
I’m reading Prince Harry’s autobiography right now. Also binge read a bunch of Rick Riordan books.12
Gulag archipelago series
Osamu dazai “No longer human”
The Bible (again )
Jordan Peterson “12 rules for life”
Yeonmi park “ While time remains”
Sylvia Plath “The Bell jar”21
I've not read a book in years. I miss reading for pleasure but I got sick a few years ago and one long term impact is my ability to focus on a book is dreadful.
I listen to books on Audible. So far this year I've done two Frank Peretti novels, one by Obama and I'm currently listening to Bruce Wilkinson's The Dream Giver0
I've been read a few actually:
Dragon Marked by Jaymine Eve. Part of the supernatural prison series. (Netflixs Supernatural Academy Series is based on this)
Fantasy and magic based aimed towards adults more so. Has magic users, magical creatures of many kinds and fey, plus people who can shift into an animal. I don't know really how to explain it.
A Forest of Vanity and Valour & A Sea of Sorrow and Scorn by A P Beswick (Levanthria Series)
This series it's based on stories like robin hood, the fountain of youth but with a dark fantasy twist. They are very good.
Medieval Sieges and Siegecraft by Geoffrey Hindley I'm in the process of reading.
The Gates of Athens by Conn Iggulden I've started to read. Sort of history fantasy of the battle of Marathon and Thermopylae
Also the Lore of Flight which is all about the history of aviation.0
Star Wars. It talks about details on Anakin that the movies doesn’t talk about10
I just finished my third book for the year so far.21
I am embarrassed to say I have not. I plan to work on that as soon as I have some time.10
I think I'm on book 11 now - not counting the books I've read that are related to my work.
But I do cheat, I've listened to two audiobooks that I count as reading.0
Reread The Return of the King (Lord of the Rings), and just about to reread The Silmarillion.10
Not yet in 2023.
However, I do own a few novels that I want to read, but do not have time for.0
Currently reading an book entirely in Latin, no English at all, called Lingua Latina.
It’s a beginners book in Latin about various events in the lives of a Roman family.0
Do Epic Shit.0
The subtle art of not giving a fuck and The comfort book. Currently I'm reading the red book by jung, course in miracles, art of seduction, wicked king and some poetry.0
Not unless children’s books count.21
I’m working on this book/ journal called get your shit together I like it so far0
So far, completed 11 fiction, 4 non fiction. have 2 fiction and 2 non fiction open.0
Yep, I’m reading “Sapiens: A Brief History Of Humankind” by Yuval Harrari. I finished reading Verity by Colleen Hoover (since there was a lot of hype surrounding it; not bad, I’d rate it a 6/10. I finished that in one day). I’m planning to read “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn and “Turn A Blind Eye” by Jeffrey Archer.
If you’re planning to read Sapiens, I’d say go for it. It’s pretty good but also has a lot of factual information. I’d say it’s a good read. 9/10, would recommend.
Thanks! I think I have a copy somewhere. Gone Girl is really interesting and dark. Hope you enjoy.