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48 laws of power is the first book a man (or any human being) should read

if i read it when i was younger, my life would be awesome

book explains manipulative methods that you can use for gains in various aspects of life, sex, promotion at job, job interview, social circle, dealing with friends and enemies, fame, etc
Just hold plates and spin frames bro
 
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48 laws of power is the first book a man (or any human being) should read

if i read it when i was younger, my life would be awesome

book explains manipulative methods that you can use for gains in various aspects of life, sex, promotion at job, job interview, social circle, dealing with friends and enemies, fame, etc
There's no book for your height
 
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I'm just starting the end of work by Jeremy rifkin
 
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Erectus Walks Among Us
The Bell Curve
Siege
Mein Kampf
White Power by George Lincoln Rockwell
Better To Have Never Been
The God Delusion
God is Not Great How Religion Poisons Everything
The Secret of the She-Bear
The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice (yeah most of her vampires are fags but its in the bisexual sense so its not as bad I'd wager as pure buttfucking faggotry would be). I recommend this because its good escapist entertainment.
 
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I just finished "A Savage War of Peace" by Alistair Horne. It's about the French war in Algeria, how the paras coup d'état failed, and the exploits of the OAS (the best part). Would recommend to any boogaloo/prepper/history fag.
 
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I just finished "A Savage War of Peace" by Alistair Horne. It's about the French war in Algeria, how the paras coup d'état failed, and the exploits of the OAS (the best part). Would recommend to any boogaloo/prepper/history fag.
Bookmarked, thanks for the suggestion.
 
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i truly adore and admire Carlos Zafon. i relate much to his mindset tbh. any other cels in same boat?
 
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I want to read nice scifi books tbh, any recommendations?
 
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I want to read nice scifi books tbh, any recommendations?
Fahrenheit 451,Neuromancer,The Invisible Man, and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
 
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"Notes from Underground" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky is about an incel. Has anyone else read it?
Fahrenheit 451,Neuromancer,The Invisible Man, and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
1984 is a must read as well.
 
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just finished reading Harry Potter and Globet Fire after 2 years break, feels good tbh
 
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If you read youre a homo
 
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just finished today at night Harry Potter and Order of the Phoenix
way worse than previous part but still 8/10
 
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I've just finished "Babel. Around the world in twenty languages". It was a fun, quick read. I was afraid it would completely gloss over syntax and grammar, and only focus on history of those languages, but thankfully, it was not the case. I'd recommend it to anyone interested in learning languages and linguistics.
Yesterday I also read "コンビニ人間" which was one of the best explorations of autism I've ever come across. I think it also has an English translation, it's quite a popular novel.
 
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just finished Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince (10 time in my life)
refreshed all memories as welll, in my ranking this part sits proudly on second place after Harry Potter and Globet Fire
most sad ending ever, RIP Dumbledore

my rating: 9/10

today i will start Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows
 
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i finished the very hungry caterpillar. very blackpilled and based novel please check it out
 
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man, Blaise Pascal is surely a literal genius, but his Pensees...
not only some quotes are arguable especially coming from a mathematician
but his famous "wager" is, basically
"yeah you should believe in God because if he exists then you are not fucked"
I should rather read St Augustine, Montaigne or even Pierre Charron since they influenced him
edit: plus his writing is so inconstant I need another 200-page addendum which explains every fragments
 
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Today in night i finished last part of Harry Potter (Deathly Hallows). My life is completed for this year already.
I would rate this part 9.5/10, i always been enjoying reading this one and even after 10 repeats i still do.
 
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Today in night i finished last part of Harry Potter (Deathly Hallows). My life is completed for this year already.
I would rate this part 9.5/10, i always been enjoying reading this one and even after 10 repeats i still do.
do u know a magic spell that can turn me into chang
 
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I need new recommendations tbh, science fiction pls.
 
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Currently reading LLPSI to practice my Latin. One of the best books on the Latin language, I heard.
 
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I want to read nice scifi books tbh, any recommendations?
I recommend everything Olaf Stapledon wrote, he taught Arthur C Clarke how its done. Newer scifi writers I like - Kim Stanley Robinson, his mars trilogy's best. Stephen Baxters neat, and James S. A. Corey's Expanse books which got made into the tv show
 
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Just finished "Fantastic Beasts the crimes of Grindelwald"
book is kinda okay, imo not close to orginal HP saga but 6.5-7/10 imho
 
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Just finished "Fantastic Beasts the crimes of Grindelwald"
book is kinda okay, imo not close to orginal HP saga but 6.5-7/10 imho
Is that what crabs do when they're injected with soy? JFL
 
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"Mozart" by Wolfgang Hildesheimer

Was recommended to me as one of the most important and influential books on Mozart. It's an interesting read with a few great observations. Auther comes off super intelligent. But it's also a bit of a mess, sometimes feels like a collection of essay or like rambling. And a lot of 70s psychobabbling. It's the type of 70s history writing where the authors admit that given the available sources we cannot know for sure what happened ... but instead of leaving it at that, he fills the gaps with all kinds of Freudian psychoanalysis. So, I guess it's more interesting if you read it not as a book about Mozart but about the history of the reception of Mozart in the 20th century. But I guess that's what you get if you listen to boomers giving you book advice.
 
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Better never to have been - David Benatar

Capitalist Realism - Mark Fisher

Simulation & Simulacra - Jean Baudrillard

You are a strange loop - Douglas Hofstadter
 
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The Denial of Death - Ernest Becker (why we construct denial mechanisms)
Bullshit Jobs - David Graeber (modern workplace is a deception almost all jobs are meaningless)
The Fall of Western Man - Mark Collett (western society has free fallen, why we need nationalism & borders)
 
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The last book i read was "Johnny got his gun" by Dalton Trumbo

Good read
 
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i would suggest anyone to read '' Choke '' by Chuck Palahniuk ,
its a wild ride but kind of rewarding .
Hes the author who wrote the original book for fight club and his work can be a jumbled mess most of the time ,
but sometimes he produces a diamond in the rough , like Fight Club or Choke .
I also like '' Rant '' , another one of his books .
The rest of them are more like a jumbled mess to me , but maybe im just too low IQ , idk .
 
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Mein Kampf by Adolf
 
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Virgin Territory.

A self-written Incel lifestory, written by a love-shy.com poster “alone99” in eary 2014. It documents his experience as a 50 year-old incel and a virgin. He would be 55 years old now. Perhaps he posts here under another Username? Be interesting to know?

Anyway, a hell of a read, some comical moments in there too. I've attatched it here.

Oh, and Timothy Draper isn’t his real name btw.
 

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Read the subtle art of not giving a F*ck
 
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On the Ruin of Britain by Gildas, even though it's been a while since I've read it I thought it was nice and highlighted the moral failings and hypocrisy that had begun to take hold. While some of the language may be awkward and he often quotes heavily from the Bible (obviously) I would still recommend.
 
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i enjoyed Camasutra
 
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just finished Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince (10 time in my life)
refreshed all memories as welll, in my ranking this part sits proudly on second place after Harry Potter and Globet Fire
most sad ending ever, RIP Dumbledore

my rating: 9/10

today i will start Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows
You've read the half-blood prince 10 times?
 
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This thread is to discuss books: Either those you have read, will read, wish to read, or recommend others to read.

Enjoy!
Read Neville Goddard. Read Haruki murakamim Read Diamond sutra.
 
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FBI snoops I haven't been reading
The Turner Diaries by Andrew Macdonald
 
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Mein Kampf - Adolf Hitler
 
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