[LifeFuel] A Thread for Books

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I've read enough beautiful "quality" writing with long descriptive passages to know that i will most likely not enjoy it, i judge books by their narration and story primarily, then comes the prose, which needs to have some of the following:
-neoligistic words from the author; nice touch

-all around bizzare formatting/typefacing of some of the pages

-ranting on a single subject that does not invoke the visual but welcomes the cognitive

-unformal language such as; shit fuck cunt etc

-references to things

-some degree of lyricism
Well your intuition is wrong in this case :) give it a shot and get back to me
 
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Anyone interested in reading the beginning of a science fiction story I'm writing?
I have no one to show it to, so. Feel free to PM me.
 

quinn24

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i am reading this light novel

i think it is time for me to take the readingpill even if i'm initially taking it with weebshit sprinkled over it.
 
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Michel Houellebecq. I've seen that people have already mentioned him but I have to recommend him again since it's so important, he is the only person writing recognized literature that deals with inceldom. His books are quintessentially blackpilled, you might think that he has been reading these forums but he started writing them 25 years ago. Start with Whatever since it's short and has a lot of blackpills in dialogues between the main characters.

The book I have enjoyed reading the most is Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse. It's about a lonely NEET middle aged man who dislikes the modern society(it was written in 1920's). When I first got it recommended I thought it was about inceldom which it is not unfortunately, but there are probably many things that you can relate to. It has some romance in it which captivated me and made me love reading it.
 
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IntolerantSocialist

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Michel Houellebecq. I've seen that people have already mentioned him but I have to recommend him again since it's so important, he is the only person writing recognized literature that deals with inceldom. His books are quintessentially blackpilled, you might think that he has been reading these forums but he started writing them 25 years ago. Start with Whatever since it's short and has a lot of blackpills in dialogues between the main characters.

The book I have enjoyed reading the most is Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse. It's about a lonely NEET middle aged man who dislikes the modern society(it was written in 1920's). When I first got it recommended I thought it was about inceldom which it is not unfortunately, but there are probably many things that you can relate to. It has some romance in it which captivated me and made me love reading it.
thanks. that book named the band, right?
what if its biography of Ted Bundy?
 
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Read 450 pages of it but stopped reading it, it drags on too much, alright book though, maybe i'll pick up from where i left some day.
I've actually done the same before. Read about 3/4 of it but then stopped. It does drag on a bit. But i'm giving it another shot
 

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Comics and Columbine: An outcast look at comics, bigotry and school shootings

https://www.amazon.com/Comics-Columbine-outcast-bigotry-shootings-ebook/dp/B07C36NZFG/

This is a blackpilled contextualization of school shootings, based on the author's own experiences of being bullied because of autism. The importance of looks is mentioned several times throughout and the discrimination that our society permits against ugly/autistic males is confronted. Precisely because of our alienated nature, we are incapable of advocating for ourselves, unlike other "oppressed" minorities which are actually powerful and therefore able to leverage their "oppression" into a form of privilege.

Reading this book, I was reminded of a post by @Indari

https://incels.is/threads/a-subhumans-college-orientation.4753/
When I returned my group was engaged in another activity where they stood in a circle and an orientation leader would tell us to step forward if we knew someone who had suffered [insert social injustice]. I found it embarrassing and I had conspicuously arrived late, struggling to find a spot in the circle, so I decided to not step forward at all. I felt bitterness towards the activity. It addressed racism, homophobia, headlining catching social injustices like that, but never mentioned anything about the type of suffering I faced much more prevalently than getting called a nigger occasionally on the street by passing cars
 

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Comics and Columbine: An outcast look at comics, bigotry and school shootings

https://www.amazon.com/Comics-Columbine-outcast-bigotry-shootings-ebook/dp/B07C36NZFG/

This is a blackpilled contextualization of school shootings, based on the author's own experiences of being bullied because of autism. The importance of looks is mentioned several times throughout and the discrimination that our society permits against ugly/autistic males is confronted. Precisely because of our alienated nature, we are incapable of advocating for ourselves, unlike other "oppressed" minorities which are actually powerful and therefore able to leverage their "oppression" into a form of privilege.

Reading this book, I was reminded of a post by @Indari

https://incels.is/threads/a-subhumans-college-orientation.4753/
Epik
 

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here some comic books i've read

Punisher: In The Blood information
The Punisher: A Man Named Frank
Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot information
Spiderman/Daredevil
Venom: The Hunger
The Flash (2010)
Carnage Unleashed
Daredevil vs. Punisher
Punisher: The Trial Of The Punisher
Punisher: Red X-Mas information
What If? Spider-Man (2018)
Punisher: Naked Kills
Punisher: Year One
The Punisher 2018(01,02,03,04)
Punisher Noir
Punisher-Nightmare
Wolverine-Punisher-Damaging Evidence
Punisher Offical movie adaptation
Punisher 2016(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8)
Daredevil-Reborn(2011)
Dead of Night featuring Man-Thing(2008)
Hulk&Thing-Hard Knocks
Punisher Annual
The Punisher:Born
Web of Venom-Carnage born (2011)
Punisher-The Platoon
Punisher-The Ghosts of innocents
Marvel Universe vs The Punisher
Daredevil-Shadowland
 

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I'm trying to find a book by Gaber Mate called: When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress
It's going to be a mega cope book, but this is the only shit that helps me cope.
can't find it online through my usual methods, and my public library doesn't have it.
it could be interesting.
 
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The Trouble with Being Born. Insomnia is really interesting to me lately, and the same is true of pessimism which, if a word could encapsulate a worldview, was pretty much already mine.
 

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I like reading books on evolution and natural selection. Those kind of books offer you a great perspective on life. When I was growing up the people around me were religious people trying to give a meaning to life by serving God. I went along with it because I was child.

The books by Richard Dawkins was a great way for me to learn more about Human biology and sentient life in general. The Blind Watchmaker, Selfish Gene, Climbing Mount Improbable are the ones I have read so far and they are enjoyable to read and learn.

Besides those book I read programming books. The GNU C tutorial is a great book to start learning C, you can find the pdf online. Currently I am reading the Programmer's Guide to nCurses, I am planning on adding Textual User Interfaces to some of my programs.
 

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any book by schopenhauer
the book of disquiet by pessoa is also a beautiful incel book

The Trouble with Being Born. Insomnia is really interesting to me lately, and the same is true of pessimism which, if a word could encapsulate a worldview, was pretty much already mine.
i love that book. cioran is a genius
on the heights of despair" is also really beautiful
 
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Finished reading "Hear the Wind Sing" by Haruki Murakami. It's his first novel and it shows. It's not very engaging. I can't relate to the MC at all and the only interesting character, Rat (who is probably an incel), doesn't show up enough. But you might like it if you just want to know about 1970's Japan. Started reading its sequel (Pinball, 1973), but it's not getting any better. Will finish it anyway because it's short, but these aren't books I would recommend.
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Finished reading "Hear the Wind Sing" by Haruki Murakami. It's his first novel and it shows. It's not very engaging. I can't relate to the MC at all and the only interesting character, Rat (who is probably an incel), doesn't show up enough. But you might like it if you just want to know about 1970's Japan. Started reading its sequel (Pinball, 1973), but it's not getting any better. Will finish it anyway because it's short, but these aren't books I would recommend. View attachment 80473
I'm currently reading Thewindupbirdchronicle.
Can't relate to them(Haruko's MCs) because they're sex-haver Changs, but i enjoy Murakami's simplistic prose and surreal shit, try his short stories collections; i would recommend The Elephant Vanishes and Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman.
Nigga i cant fucking """read"""
Try Naked Lunch by William Burroughs, very easy to read and accessible novel that's totally-not-a-fragmented fuckfest guaranteed.
 

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