So, Veeky Forums, what is your favourite book?
So, Veeky Forums, what is your favourite book?
I mostly read obscure SciFi books.
"Two Faces of Tomorrow" was one of the best, "A Fire Upon the Deep" was also good.
My favourite book that anyone might actually know is pic related.
A Farewell to Arms
wtf we should have merged with /k/ instead. I hate Veeky Forums now.
What are you, 16?
my diary desu
Pic related, i dont know how it's called in english
The elementary particles.
the unbearable lightness of being
when I read my last book yea
I read too much pop shit to have a favorite book.
Nothing I've read has left an impression on me.
I've read the entirety of Asimov's sci-fiction books and almost all of his mystery series, then I moved into Terry Pratchett and I'm 3/4ths into his collection.
I need to become more cultured and shit.
....at least its not zen and the art of memecycle maintenance
harry potter 1
Seven Pillars of Wisdom, it's dope yo.
I also really enjoyed House of Leaves even though it's very gimmicky
I really liked the book "The name of the wind"
probably the best fantasy book of the last decade
Right now it's Crime and Punishment by Dostojevski, I don't know if he's considered good in Veeky Forums but I like him.
Veeky Forumseratis rate Veeky Forumsizens required reading list.
Slaughterhouse 5 - Kurt Vonnegut
How'd you know?
>that feeling of superiority looking at entry level reading lists on other boards.
Right now Laurus, Germinal and A Hero of Our Time are meta on Veeky Forums, and I couldnt be happier
Unironically American Psycho
48 laws of power
this was a huge red pill for me
This make begs the question: HOW MUCH DOES Veeky Forums LIFT?
If you were Germanic you would write Dostoyevsky.
how do you feel about the Veeky Forums one?
The little engine that could
my numbers sound fake af because I used to be fat so my squat is like twice my dead lift
I only read the heaviest books I can find for isometric gains
I have never fully read a book
The brothers karamazov
what fucking retard made this list
Alice in wonderland
That is not the Veeky Forums one, it is a troll.
Here is a solid Veeky Forums chart, one of thousands
>Hundred Years of Solitude
Marble Cliffs is top tier
they are dope
Which book can I eat for the fastest gains? I'm halfway through the Cyclist's training bible, but all the cardio tastes horrible.
Is there an approved Veeky Forums reading list that deals with interpersonal relationships, developing empathy and such that isn't depressing as fuck?
fuck you cuck pick up something heavy in your life
The Book of the New Sun
Controversial, but I think apt. Kristin Lavransdattar for instance.
Like your Oedipus complex?
Good-fucking-Lord, yes you do. Imagining what you read is giving me sympathy pains. If you really love sci-fi then just start hitting every Ray Bradbury SHORT STORY collection you can get your hands on. When you're done with that, think about the difference in his work compared to what you already read. THEN read Neuromancer, and think about how the internet didn't exist when that book was written.
Honestly, what you read was so light and easy that maybe you should start with Ender's Game for easy sci-fi with stronger themes and more well developed characters. Seriously though, stop reading an author's catalog. Get some variety.
I was hoping this would be the first post
I really like how much effort Umberto Eco put in his books, there's no author like him nowadays.
Kanye West > J.R.R. Tolkien
Don Quixote is one of the best book I' ve ever read. But you have to be VERY fluent in spanish and know Spain history and culture to fully understand it.
There are parts I legitimely don't know how they can be translated.
I can barely overhead press a 20 kg dumbbell
This is troll
cory in the house
we don't read books you nerd
get on my level
Came to post this.
Meditations is literally a self-help book you pleb
The Great Gatsby.
I know I'm boring and it's everyone's favourite book, but I really liked it in high school and just kept rereading it over the years.
Faith of the Fallen and / or The Black Company series.
novel: siddhartha (hesse)
philosophy: ethics demonstrated in geometric order, or the tractatus
I don't lift anymore though since I developed bad chronic pain, but when I did I used to deadlift 405 for reps, OHP bodyweight 1rm, etc- I was pretty strong
I have finished reading this 2 days ago. Like, what the hell am i supposed to learn from it ? I don´t hear shit when listening to river.
i just bought a physical copy of yurope for my fat sister
she made it about 15 pages in before calling me up and telling me i'm a cis gender, body shaming piece of shit
then holding the book up to the phone while trying to tear it up, but running out of energy after about 20 pages
Count of Monte Cristo is the god-tier /fitlit/ book.
Edmond Dantes is my idol for self-improvement
My diddly is 475 brah
Genesis 6 conspiracy
Don Quixote, especially the second book.
Mine is the Fellowship of the Ring but I also really love the Guard series.
I liked this one and I'm a Veeky Forums regular. But the first short story in it was the most boring flowery shit I have ever read.
oh i dont know, i dont read very often, i liked a lot the truth about the henry quebert affair
I really liked Ender's Game.
its for the book or the pic? because the book didnt strike me as roastie stuff
Welcome to our self-improvement board you retard
The last thing I finished was Last Evenings on Earth by Bolaño but I'm 30 pages into 15 different tomes I can't seem to finish
The 13 and 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear