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what are you reading ISTlit/?
Industrial Society and its Future
i started Temple of the Golden Pavilion like 6 months ago and got halfway through and then forgot about it
just finished between two fires
it was okay
>what are you reading ISTlit/?
Your moms ass tattoo, it says 'cum receptacle'
Matthews and Revelations
Ive read Matthews like 10 times, my favorite book of the bible, proverbs and Job are pretty good too.
read the art of war a few months ago, twice, very short and overrated book i do not understand the hype for it.
>read the art of war a few months ago
>i do not understand the hype for it
Back in the 80s, big business types would use it to get ideas on how to win at business so it became a corporate meme book. That's it's modern claim to fame.
Ward Cogn neurosci and eisenbud commutative algebra
The Devil's Chessboard
- C.G. Jung textbook
- C head first
- Short stories by Stanislaw Lem
Most of these
I have a bad habit of reading half a book and then moving on to another book
I'm currently focusing on "Full Stack Development with Spring Boot and React", since it'll help me get better at my job
Screencapped for ultimate cringe.
Jesus fucking Christ
Compensation - the bookcase
I don't understand
Do you guys not have hobbies?
Seethe and dilate.
I don't understand
Do you guys not have hobbies?
Nah, you're based. They are just envious of your lifestyle.
>jack dempsey book
>Muay Thai, Judo and BJJ techniques
>Japanese dictionaries and textbooks
Pretty based, ngl
>Muay Thai, Judo and BJJ books
I bet you are shit at everything
Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock
>Le Comte de Monte-Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
in french, obviously
The Witcher series
The Bible... but it's the NET version.
I need to get a KJV.
The Secret Teachings of All Age, gotta get those astral gains bro
The worst of the series but you must finish it to get to the best two books
Thanks for the motivation kick
Augustus, by John Williams
It's mainly about how our metaphysical beliefs form the foundation of morals, ethics, law, the arts, interpersonal relationships etc. Pretty good.
interesting thanks anon
bretty good, it's made me reconsider the importance of saving white women instead of abandoning them even though they're retarded and easily brainwashed by ~~*media*~~
5000 years of debt
Language of the third reich
Shadow of the torturer
and whatever moldbug has on his substack
Anna Karenina by Tolstoy
Same, I’m in the middle of part 3. I keep hearing people say that this book depicts women very accurately but I still don’t understand anything Anna does kek.
>I keep hearing people say that this book depicts women very accurately but I still don’t understand anything Anna does kek.
I only hear this on IST, but it is a small part as to why I chose it as opposed to War & Peace. Went through a break up recently and then had a date that I thought went perfectly until she texted me that she would rather we be friends. So I hope Anna Karenina sheds some light as to the inner monologue of a process
Reading the road. Im a little past the point where they fed the old man after leaving the bunker
want to reed conjugal happiness by Tolstoy, read the first 8 pages on a pdf but hate reading looking at screens and it has been impossible to find a good Spanish translation in print.
Do yourself a favor and DO NOT read the sequels.
Conceptually they're alright but the execution is fucking terrible.
there are only two books in the hyperion duology
no more, no less
yes I know
Euphoric in places but it's the first time I've really enjoyed a book for years
it's cool but i find it hard to care about the story
it seems like an art "project" more than a tale so far, but i only just finished the conviction arc so i have more to read
I'm reading the collected works of HP Lovecraft. Currently on The Dunwich Horror. I'm not a big horror guy but he's a captivating writer.
Warren Peas. It about napoleon or something. not about peas at all.
Dostoevsky's short stories, I just finished The Double and The Heavenly Christmas Tree and currently I'm reading White Nights
His, along with Tolstys, short stories are so underrated, or at least overshadowed by the tomes. Read The Crocodile by Dosto recently. brilliant and funny. Some would say lynchian.
On Resistance to Evil by Force https://a.co/d/9hLN5QM
Author was a Russian Orthodox Catholic who survived the gnomish communists.
>Why do you put the shelves so high
>Because you are my silliest manlet
lols aside great looking book and downloaded
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Book filled with plot twists, description of wide dicks and constant incest
Very fun read but gets darker to the end
An anon recommended Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Just started, but seems like a comfy romantic adventure.
>Championship Fighting by Jack Dempsey
>As a Man Thinketh by James Allen
>daily passages from the Bible
>some Marvel comics from the 90s
Working on carrol Quigleys 2 books atm as well as the digital version of the Israel lobby and a book on the transatlantic slave trade
The complete works of Clark Ashton Smith. About halfway through, it's pretty hit or miss.
You looked a lot better at higher bf% and shorter beard.
Storm of Steel, Trail of the Fox
Just finished Trail of the Fox, excellent read. Moving on to Hitlers War having just found a copy.
I just finished the Wheel of Time series following a friend's recommendation. Some of the books were underwhelming, but the last few were captivating. Great fantasy series overall.
Now reading Meditations by Marcus Aurelius. It is interesting to get advice from an emperor. His diary wasn't ever meant to be published, which makes it even more interesting as it isn't full of propaganda like Caesar's books.
I finished slight edge yesterday, I don't know why I keep reading this self help garbage. Back to philosophy for the foreseeable future.
Almost done with the kino schizo rambling of Sun and Steel,
and the fucking Handmaid's Tale since ive been talking to a girl at parties who i went to highschool(but never really talked to) with that is a a 23 year old gym going femcel virgin (i suspect she might even be kissless) and we were talking about books at the last party but didn't have much cross over and i think its a pretty safe bet she's would have read this
its a good book.
Handmaid's Tale is used as masturbation material by women, that's why it's so popular, if you haven't guessed already. Take this information and use it to your benefit in life.
also metabolical by robert lustig
City of God - St. Augustine
I hardly enjoy reading anymore because I get nothing out of the books I read. I may as well be mindlessly watching TV.
Obligatory pic related post
Also I'm currently reading Fitzgerald's translation of the Odyssey which I can already say is by far the best English version
Here's my bookcase. The top row is mostly old stuff, I don't read fantasy anymore. I'm reading Discourses at the moment and I'm really enjoying it, after that I'm going to read The Civil War and maybe pick up some Thucydides, Xenophon, Herodotus, or Arrian.
Albert Hirschman's Exit, Voice and Loyalty.
Not used at at all reading economic essays, but the perspective that the book gives on client/citizen behaviors is really interesting.
The ITT Wars by Rand Araskog. Only a few chapters in but it's captivating stuff. If you want to understand how corporate America changed in the 80's this is a good start.
I'm reading Steel Ball Run
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