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LifeFuel A Thread for Books

The only book I read and finished was hunger games, back in 2018,
I also read some books about life in Soviet Union

Last book I read was game of thrones which I never finished I hate reading
 
Seems interesting. Is this worth a read?
Not him but I read Murakami's Norwegian Wood and it was so fucking weird, it felt like a self insert the whole time. It was full of romance and sex. I know it's pathetic but I found one of the girls in the novel very attractive. Unfortunately if she were real I would have no chances. It's that type of book anon
 
Not him but I read Murakami's Norwegian Wood and it was so fucking weird, it felt like a self insert the whole time. It was full of romance and sex. I know it's pathetic but I found one of the girls in the novel very attractive. Unfortunately if she were real I would have no chances. It's that type of book anon
Lmao. Roger that. :feelsokman:
 
The Unabomber Manifesto: Industrial Society and its Future
 
This is an archaic forum, but I suggest reading siege
 
the bible
J Jonah Jameson Laughing GIF
That book isn't worth the pages its printed on
 
Stephan King is a feminist cuck boy. Just sayin for anyone still recommending him.

Read Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melnibone; conceived as the anti-thesis of Conan The Barbarian, a sickly albino Emperor of a degenerate nation, who uses drugs and diabolic sorcery to stay alive. He turns his back on his own people and then destroys them, promptly before wandering the Earth hacking and slashing shitbags with his unholy runeblade Stormbringer.

Any of Robert E Howard's characters are a must read, be it Conan, Krull, Solomon Kane, etc. All his stories are politically incorrect, and savage as fuck.
His books are mediocre at best.
 
i really really want to get into reading to improve vocab and writing skills
buy my depression gets in the way

any easy books for beginners??
 
i really really want to get into reading to improve vocab and writing skills
buy my depression gets in the way

any easy books for beginners??
I honestly prefer audio"books". I can't read without being bored after 1 page
 
The lightning and the sun by Savitri Devi, Revolt against the modern world by Julius Evola, and The International Jew by Henry Ford
 
How Computers Really Work: A Hands-On Guide to the Inner Workings of the Machine
by Matthew Justice

good book overall, answers a lot of questions, it does have room for improvements
but one of the best I've read
 
The lord of the rings: The two towers
 
if you said stephen king i just know you have no real taste in books his shit is preposterous
How are Stephen King's books preposterous?
 
Obviously I recommend Hoellebecq's novels, mainly "Atomised", "Whatever" (very blackpilled novel where we met the incel character Tisserand) and "Submission" (where we can see how liberal and secularized France submit herself to Sharia also because sexually frustrated men can achieve one or more wives in this way).
I advice also very interesting dystopian novels like Orwell's ones ("1984" and "Animal farm") and above all "Brave New World" by Huxley, where we can see a very likely future society, where sexuality is polygamous and moral-free since childhood and humanity is divided into classes based on beauty and intelligence both scientifically determined (obviously top classes are beautiful and intelligent and selected for high-level jobs, while lower ones are at the bottom of the society).
Then, some of my favorite books are all Tolkien's and Asimov's works, the best choices if you like respectively fantasy and/or sci-fi.
About politics, I can suggest a lot of stuff both on Fascist/NatSoc and Socialist/Communist sides, but about contemporary writers I recommend the (relatively mainstream, at least here) hegelo-marxist Italian philosopher Diego Fusaro, one of the few who condemn the today promiscuous sexuality from the left.

I would be really glad to read some book advices by @IntolerantSocialist however!
Am I the only incel who thinks that Michel Hoellebecq's Whatever is dreadfully boring?
 
The Way Of The Heart
Expatriation Ragnarok
Murder By Injection(you can read it for free on archive.org)
 
The Cognitive-Theoretic Model of the Universe - Chris Langan

Only piece of text on philosophy you'd ever have to read if you fully grock it. It is a metaphysical model for reality, aiming to establish itself as a theory of everything. Good shit.
 
Bambi by Austrian Felix Salten.
This real Disney Darling is a vicious brute.
Take the Scottish Bambi it feast's on its nestlings by decipitating its heads and legs to make up for calcium deficency
 
i just read 'misery'. here's my review:

it's good


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I read some Jewish writings like midrash sometimes
 
If u want to read a awesome book i highly recommend the Manuel of 16th century renaissance surgeon Hans Vans Gerfdoff . He tells the 44 best points where to perform amputations. The illustrations are fabulous .
 
Was reading a cook book . Yes i did learn something. Yes crayfish are delicious. Yes they belong in the same biological phylum as cockroaches.
They are both Arthropods with segmented bodies. They both have compound eyes and jointed legs.
Cockroaches must be poisoned and crayfish boiled alive.
 
Listened to all 5 books of "Rational Male", by Rollo Tomassi. The first one was my introduction to the red pill, after YouTube MGTOW content.

He describes foids well, to my limited experience. But there are some contradictions. He says things like "Women make rules for Betas and break rules for Aphas", but still tells people to chase foids.
His SMV chart is laughable.

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1984
Songs of the great adventure by james griffes
 
Another wonderful book is The Giving Tree by Shiel Silverstein . Spoilers !!
Its about a tree and this boy keeps coming and taking stuff from it whole life until their is nothing left but a stump. Then when he is man then just sits on the stump. Sound familiar .
 
My attention span only let's me read books like Green Eggs and Ham
 
Industrial Society and its Future
 
ottolenghi test kitchen extra good things
 
Go-To Dinners: A Barefoot Contessa Cookbook
i don't know if this count as a real book but it's a cooking book
 
Perdido Street Station, tome 1 - Mieville, China: 9782265071858 - AbeBooks

very based book
highly recommed it
 
The Lord of Flies is a must for understanding soyciety
 
The Siege of Numantia by Miguel de Cervantes
 
Harassment architecture
have read it. I liked it. He reminded me of sam hyde and the MDE books, how to bomb the us govt and jaoohies trip to the future.
also a bit of american psycho.

this is an interesting read for blackpillers
 
Mortal Engines saga
 
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Finished this. A tremendous read that exposes the industrial scale incompetence and fraud of the Afghanistan War using government documents.
is it actually worth reading?
 
the negro: a menace to american civilization
 
 

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