August 09, 2006 @ 16:19:52
Do U Hypebeasters read books? If so what are your favorites?

I keep it simple

1. Of mice and men by John Stienback
2. Anything thats written by Dr.Suez(i like the illustrations)
August 09, 2006 @ 16:25:14

Inactive User

I really like "A Heartbreakeing Work Of Staggering Genius" and "You Shall Know Our Velocity" by Dave Eggers. and for a good fiction novel you can't go wrong with Dan Brown, James Patterson, or Ted Bell.
August 09, 2006 @ 18:25:36
Donald Goines books
Iceberg Slim books
Walt Whitman books
Ernest Hemmingway books
Edgar Allen Poe books
The Art Of War
The Dirt

Good stuffblushing
August 09, 2006 @ 20:04:30
Robbins, Vonnegut, Welsh, Bukowski, Ballard, Kafka, Hemingway, Rushdie, Kundera, Upski!
August 09, 2006 @ 21:38:53
the art of war.
I think I might pic that up
August 09, 2006 @ 22:07:58
Good Omens by Terry Prachett/Neil Goodman
wittiest book ever

or i recommend Watchmen by Alan Moore, it's a comic book about superheroes, but superheroes who rape each other and are living in poverty. JOY!
August 11, 2006 @ 09:57:55
the destructors by graham greene the shit is hard to find though
August 11, 2006 @ 17:38:20
i've been reading some chuck palahniuk recently. who read lullaby? shit's crazy!
August 11, 2006 @ 18:41:29
Originally posted by Inactive User
i've been reading some chuck palahniuk recently. who read lullaby? shit's crazy!


Lullaby was awesome! Definitely check out Invisible Monster or Survivor if you haven't already.

film version of Fight Club was better than the book though IMO.
August 11, 2006 @ 19:22:07
I thought lullaby was pretty lame... Choke is the best of his i think. Survivor was good too. Oh yeah and some of the short Haunted stories were really good (but some were trash). Either way I think he gets more fame than he deserves.
August 11, 2006 @ 20:29:35
yea many people referred choke to me, gotta check that out myself
August 21, 2006 @ 02:12:58
48 Laws of Power
The Art of Seduction

both by Robert Greene
October 16, 2009 @ 16:32:32
48 Laws of Power
The Art of Seduction

both by Robert Greene


these any good?

anyone read conversations with god?
October 17, 2009 @ 17:18:12
Danielewski - House of Leaves
Bolano - The Savage Detectives
Fitzgerald - The Great Gatsby
Wallace - The Girl With Curious Hair
Orwell - 1984
Palahniuk - Rant
Bukowski - Sifting Through The Madness To Find The Word, The Line, The Way
October 17, 2009 @ 19:35:01
Reading Now:
Catch-22.

Just Finished:
The Art of War.
October 17, 2009 @ 19:40:00
Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho !!!!!.......He makes the best books IMO I love his work.
October 18, 2009 @ 15:16:52
The Outsiders-S.E Hintonsmokeyface
October 18, 2009 @ 18:08:23
City of Tiny Lights - Patrick Neate
Twelve Bar Blues - Patrick Neate
Fury - Salman Rushdie

Other ones are pretty much just classic lit pieces from Dostoevsky, Orwell, Tolstoy, Nabokov.

narsha.narsha.narsha

October 18, 2009 @ 18:28:49
A Once and Future King
October 20, 2009 @ 07:28:33
i've been reading some chuck palahniuk recently. who read lullaby? shit's crazy!


i thought lullaby was one of his weakest books easily. Survivor was my fav hands down.
i thought fight club the book and the movie were exactly the same, like word for word...so to say one was better than the other doesn't make much sense to me

As for my favorites:
Into the Wild
Wind up bird chronicles
Sputnik Sweetheart
1984
and a couple of marketing books
October 20, 2009 @ 11:26:29
just finished reading motorcycle diares of che guevara

favorite book is autobiography of malcom x. great read.
October 20, 2009 @ 12:35:44
(Herman Heese) Siddartha
I love this book, you have to savor every single word
October 20, 2009 @ 17:25:17
Authors: HP Lovecraft, Stephen King, George R.R. Martin, Cormac McCarthy, Upski, Jeff Chang, Stephen Ambrose, Robert Jordan, JRR Tolkien, Richard Adams
October 21, 2009 @ 18:27:33
Watchmen by Alan Moore, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Something Wicked This Way Comes by Bradbury too. The Road by Cormac McCarthy
October 22, 2009 @ 08:59:40
Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho !!!!!.......He makes the best books IMO I love his work.


The Alchemist is a great read

big into my fantasy - robert jordans wheel of time series is killer
last book has been split into 3 and the first installment comes out this november!
October 28, 2009 @ 08:03:24
harry potter series
February 06, 2010 @ 03:58:16
I love reading books. That's what I do on my free time. Some of my favorite authors are Danielle Steel, Nora Roberts a.k.a JD Robb, Jayne Ann Krentz and Sydney Sheldon. =)
February 06, 2010 @ 12:11:06
I don't read enough grown up novels, if any.
February 06, 2010 @ 13:04:56
Neuromancer
June 02, 2011 @ 22:04:30
Love in the time of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Breakfast of Champions - Kurt Vonnegut
Collected Stories of Richard Yates - Richard Yates
Moby Dick - Melville
Tropic of Cancer - Henry Miller

probably many more but i forget sometimes, i read a lot stuff all the time

currently reading:
- mental illness and psychology - foucault
- beyond good and evil - nietzsche
- autobiography of malcolm x - alex haley
- the stranger - camus
- steppenwolfe - hesse
- some carl jung reader/collection
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