#1
i was just looking for suggestions for some books to check out when i go to the library today because i have no more ideas.

i like authors like pahalniuk, dostoyevsky and bukowski, but from there I don't really know where to branch out to.

any author suggestions or book suggestions?
#2
Read Dan Browns "Illuminati". One of the most goddamn exciting books i've read in a long time.
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#4
Ayn Rand... it should be an interesting comparison to some of the other russian authors you've read...
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#5
I recommend and Charlie Huston's 'Hank 'Henry' Thompson' series of books. Action-packed, fast-paced, brutally violent and funny.

What more could you want?
#6
anything by stephen king
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Read some Kurt Vonnegut stuff. For Sci-fi, try Orson Scott Card. Also, read 1984 and Brave New World.
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i was just looking for suggestions for some books to check out when i go to the library today because i have no more ideas.

i like authors like pahalniuk, dostoyevsky and bukowski, but from there I don't really know where to branch out to.

any author suggestions or book suggestions?


if you like bukowski

get some jack Kerouac:
on the road
visions of cody
lonesome traveller
...

and naked lunch by william s. burroughs.


or some hemingway always does the trick.
#9
R.L Stein.

W00t Goosebumps.
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#14
yeah, defenatly go with Stephen King. I'm reading the Dark Tower series now. One word, AMAZING. and try something by Hunter S. Thompson like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
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and naked lunch by william s. burroughs.

Isn't that the metaphysicist who shot his wife in the face with a bow and arrow at point blank range by trying to reenact the William Tell feat while tripping balls on acid?
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Isn't that the metaphysicist who shot his wife in the face with a bow and arrow at point blank range by trying to reenact the William Tell feat while tripping balls on acid?


aha.

definitely going to read the book if thats true.

thanks for all the suggestions, even if some aren't related to what im looking for, its appreciated.
#18
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
1984 by George Orwell
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith

they're all great books that you should read in your lifetime
#19
all books by neil gaiman i've read were amazing. also i just finished The Music of Razors, i cant remember the author though. oh and you shuld check out Memnoch the Devil by....anne rice i believe? its the woman that wrote interview with a vampire
#20
Carlos Ruiz Zafon - The Shadow Of The Wind
Amazing book. Will catch you to death.

Henry Cherriere - Papillon
Probably the most interesting book I ever read.
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