Good Books

January 23, 2012 @ 14:31:58
Bhagavad Gita
January 23, 2012 @ 18:03:45
bossypants
January 24, 2012 @ 15:16:39
this is one of the most intelligent threads HB has seen...good lookin out
January 25, 2012 @ 01:18:46
almost transparent blue by ryu murakami
such a good book. ive read it too many times goddamn
January 25, 2012 @ 05:43:58
last few books i've read...



bought this book because i enjoyed "women" by bukowski and because this book had good reviews. anyways, this book sucked dick. it started off pretty funny because of bukowski's crude voice... but there really was no story or character development. i could see how a 16 year old virgin who hasn't really lived yet could find this book interesting, but after the first few chapters this story becomes so stagnant.
January 25, 2012 @ 05:50:23
Originally posted by Inactive User

bought this book because i enjoyed "women" by bukowski and because this book had good reviews. anyways, this book sucked dick. it started off pretty funny because of bukowski's crude voice... but there really was no story or character development. i could see how a 16 year old virgin who hasn't really lived yet could find this book interesting, but after the first few chapters this story becomes so stagnant.


I was just about to pick up 'Post Office' and 'Ham on Rye'. I'll have to read it myself to see if I really enjoy it myself.


Found this while cleaning my house. Going to try and finish it up. Left off on it about 1/3 of the way through. It's like reading a text book, but it's still great if you like reading philosophy books.
January 25, 2012 @ 07:23:59
Just cracked open "Freedom from the Known" by Jiddu Krishnamurti.

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February 07, 2012 @ 19:23:43
Jean-Paul Sartre is amazing! Great writer. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Just finished the following:
Doors of Perception & Heaven Hell by Aldous Huxley.
Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges (First and won't be the last Argentine writer I read).
February 07, 2012 @ 21:01:35
i just got through wit maske by phyllis galembo...mostly pictures
February 08, 2012 @ 01:48:54
because of this thread i just bought

The Alchemist
Life in the Woods
Kitchen Confidential
Book of Five Rings
February 08, 2012 @ 04:22:51
Anything by Malcolm Gladwell.

Real eyes realize real lies.

February 08, 2012 @ 07:27:38
The Financial Lives of the Poets - Jess Walter
Invisible Man - Ralph Ellison
The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald
Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
February 08, 2012 @ 18:28:52
For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway

One of my favourites.
March 31, 2012 @ 04:18:50


For any of y'all tryna stack your paper. I'm 200 pages in, and I love it. Jason Zweig applies Graham's logic to the 1991-2002 bull-bear market cycle (read this book to find out what the hell that means). If you ever plan on investing in stocks or bonds, this is THE book you should read beforehand. Take your time while trying to wrap your head around the terminology. I'm sure if you're a finance major in college, any respectable professor will assign this book for an upper-level course on investing.

Watching American Gangster and Wall Street beforehand helps.

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March 31, 2012 @ 04:20:47
On Bullshit - Harry G. Frankfurt
The Will to Power - Friedrich Nietzsche

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July 13, 2012 @ 21:13:13
Originally posted by Inactive User
almost transparent blue by ryu murakami
such a good book. ive read it too many times goddamn

i wasn't sure which book i should start with so i chose your post at random and decided to read that one. bumping this thread just to say its really good so far. dark as shit though. makes requiem for a dream look like little miss sunshine.

my recommendation is L'Etranger

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July 14, 2012 @ 00:36:11
go fucking read a supreme lookbook after eating popeyes chicken
edit: on a more serious note, PiHKAL by Alexander Shulgin

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July 14, 2012 @ 02:11:47

I'm into history, so I'll pick up this book when I get a chance..all black tank battalion in WWII

"I keep myself so lifted I'm accustom to new heights."

July 16, 2012 @ 08:04:12
YOU ARE NOT SO SMART by David McRaney. best book i've ever read.
July 16, 2012 @ 10:09:03


my hand can't fit in there
July 17, 2012 @ 18:55:51
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Infinite Jest
The Pale King
No Country for Old Men
The Road
July 17, 2012 @ 18:59:31

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The Boy In The Striped Pajamas
October 22, 2013 @ 19:45:07
yearly bump
October 22, 2013 @ 21:30:07
The Little Book of Bull’s Eye Investing

Cmon get down with a real nigga wussup

October 23, 2013 @ 23:50:48
daily bump
October 24, 2013 @ 01:45:00
best books i ever read 
the best of the best are near the top but if it made the list it changed my life 

the adventures of huckleberry finn
the adventures of tom sawyer
infinite jest by david foster wallace
gravity's rainbow by thomas pynchon
JR by william gaddis
lolita by vladimir nobokov
catch 22 by joseph heller
anything hemingway but the sun also rises and a farewell to arms are standouts
the fountainhead by ayn rand
shantaram by gregory david roberts
american pastoral by phillip roth 
the corrections by jonathan franzen 
american psycho by bret easton ellis
under the volcano by malcolm lowry
invisible man by ralph ellison
the crying of lot 49 by thomas pynchon
brief interviews with hideous men by david foster wallace
the pale king by david foster wallace
inherent vice by thomas pynchon
1984 by george orwell 
the great gatsby by f scott fitzgerald
a portrait of the artist as a young man by james joyce*
naked lunch by william burroughs*
the grapes of wrath by john steinbeck
slaugherhouse 5 by kurt vonnegut*
animal farm by george orwell
lord of the flies by william golding
on the road by jack kerouac*
a catcher in the rye by jd salinger
V. by thomas pynchon
zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance by robert pirsing
the stranger by albert camus

and finally a few non-fiction
freakonomics
outliers/the tipping point by malcolm gladwell 
into thin air by jon krakeur 


*more important for being groundbreaking or for what they did for literature than their actual "goodness"

Fucktard we been developed a ratio

October 25, 2013 @ 17:14:48
afternoon bump
October 25, 2013 @ 23:58:33
I recently finished Musui's Story by Katsu Kokichi which is an autobiography of a 19th century samurai and yesterday I started Naomi by Junichiro Tanizaki which is a love story in 1920's japan about a 28 year old guy who falls in love with a 15 year old girl.

both are dope and i usually hate reading 

where the azn girls at

October 26, 2013 @ 02:38:58
any good book reader app for iphone u guys would recommend? 

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