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What Books Are You Currently Reading? (Part 2)

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    Lol... So many great books to read, but not having time (or rather energy, me personally) to immerse yourself in them. Yeah, always different things to do besides reading books.

    Yep, lol. :relaxed:
     
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    Shiny objects by James a Roberts
    Connectography by parag Khanna
    Curing affluenza by Richard Denniss
    Hacking happiness by John c Havens
    Remarkable retail by Steve Dennis
    Junk by Allison Stewart
     
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    The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
    I find it to be a very fascinating and poetical novel.
     
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    Just a lot of crime fiction/thrillers.

    The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Damn it Christie, you got me.
    The Maltese Falcon - It was cool to be a cold-hearted jerk.
    The Crazy Kill - Never gonna look at bread the same way again.
    A Dark-Adapted Eye - Oh no families.
    Gone Girl - The perfect couple.
     
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    "big chicken", "the meat racket", "global strategies for emerging asia", "12 rules for life"
     
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    I'm currently trying to get into Julius Evola's Revolt Against the Modern World. Really vibe with the d00d. Plus I'm reading Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche and I wanna reread The Song of Roland.
     
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    Not exactly a book to read but definitely one that I recommend to check out.

    You Are Here : Around the World in 92 Minutes - Chris Hadfield

    It's a beautiful collection of photographs taken by Astronaut Chris Hadfield made on the ISS of the earth. These photographs have an almost abstract perspective on
    our little blue planet (and it's a fun read as he's adding some fun facts and comparisons with these photographs). Definitely recommending this one.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/0316379646/?tag=infjsforums-21

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