#1
Well I'm finally on vacations, after college and work where I used to work from 7a.m. to 2 p.m. and go to college from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. and do some some research after that.

Now I find my self at home not knowing what to do with all the time I have.

So I want some recommendations for good books.

My favorite books are: every book by Ayn Rand and George Orwell, so I'm trying to look for more books of the same kind.

Books with substance like Atlas Shrugged, 1984 etc.

I've been planing on reading some Sartré, Schopenhauer, José Vasconcelos, etc.

I'll really appreciate it if you knew some books on the same line as Ayn Rand.

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Ok so I live in México, so I need the authors, so I don't need to bet on the correct translation.


Never mind, I'll just google them...
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#5
if bored of fiction, i enjoyed a brief(or briefer) history of time or the god delusions

EDIT: Stephan Hawkings and Richard Dawkins
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#9
Stephen Hawking and Franz Kafka I've read them.
Franz Kafka wasn't much of my likening though...
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#11
Phillip K. Dick.

Or, because I want to bring it up.. Read, "The Satanic Verses."
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#12
Animal Farm and Heart of Darkness
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