• StreetlightX
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    Jairus Banaji - A Brief History of Commercial Capitalism
    Jairus Banaji - Theory As History: Essays on Modes of Production and Exploitation
  • darthbarracuda
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    The Rebel, Albert Camus
  • Manuel
    330
    Currently reading:

    Dance Dance Dance - Haruki Murakami
    Writings 1902-1910 by William James
    EuroTragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts by Ashoka Mody
    Understanding Disney: Manufacturing Fantasy by Janet Wasko
  • javi2541997
    595
    Haruki MurakamiManuel

    :100: :up:

    I also like Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World and 1Q84
  • Manuel
    330
    Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World and 1Q84javi2541997

    :cheer: :fire:

    Both fantastic books! I'm re-reading this one and my next re-read is gonna be Hard-Boiled Wonderland, it was my favorite of his from what I can recall.

    1Q84 was also great. :)

    Haven't heard very good things about Killing Commendatore, so I'm very hesitant to read it...
  • javi2541997
    595
    Haven't heard very good things about Killing Commendatore, so I'm very hesitant to read it...Manuel

    Me neither! Because Murakami has an extent collection of books. In my case, I will give it a chance to Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage the title looks so interesting so I decided purchasing it.
  • Manuel
    330
    Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimagejavi2541997

    I stopped after 1Q84, I read like 6 of his books in a row. But I wanted to read different authors.

    I might try that one: some people say it's very good, other people not so much.
  • darthbarracuda
    3.2k
    Also started The AI Delusion by Gary Smith.
  • Pantagruel
    1.5k
    You ever wish you could read all your books and all the ones that everyone else on here posts also? :chin:
  • javi2541997
    595
    You ever wish you could read all your books and all the ones that everyone else on here posts also? :chin:Pantagruel

    That would be so awesome. Also I made a goal to myself try to read at least one book from a Nobel prize winner. I find it interesting :sweat:
  • Pantagruel
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    That would be so awesome. Also I made a goal to myself try to read at least one book from a Nobel prize winner. I find it interesting :sweat:javi2541997

    :up:
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