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'The Golden Alphabet' by Charles Spurgeon. It's a commentary of Psalm 119.
Book 2: The Lion The Witch The Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis
Currently loving it.
The Legion of the Damned - Sven Hassel
The ONLY TRUE word of God, that is to say THE KJV BIBLE (especially Paul's epistle, but look at those Psalms, Proverbs, John, Peter, etc.. what a magnificent masterpiece!)
The case of Charles Dexter Ward
“An Autistic Guy’s Guide to Security” Straight forward and thorough read with a pragmatic perspective.
This Is How You Lose the Time War by by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone
Currently reading three books at once:
Grant by Ron Chernow
Heir To The Empire by Timothy Zahn
The Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien
I'm planning on reading Chernow's other biographies on Alexander Hamilton and George Washington after finishing up Grant.
Heir and Fellowship are the first volumes in a trilogy, so I'm going to read the complete trilogies of each before moving on to other fictional works.
i really liked fantascientific novels : at the top >The foundation series of Isacc Asimov , novels of Philip K Dick , Brave new world of Huxley
so if you guys can counsel me something , i'll really appreciate that
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
like you think all other traduction are flawed but this one is perfect ?
It’s quite funny to see that the guy got rich selling his book.
The whole « spirits talked to me » is a big red flag.
Have you tried the AMP version of the Bible? It's helped me understand the Bible so much better than other versions. I prefer NKJV for remembering scripture.
Book Thief by Zusak and Arch of Triumph. Both are quite interesting during this "holidays". I also can mention about those books were my home task/essay assignment helped me accomplish that as soon as possible.
Goodbye Things - A japanese minimalism book, Not actually read it, I listen that in youtube
The Power Of Habit - The theory is good and simple, you need to make yourself an instant reward to motivate yourself for a new habit
12 Rules For Life- Is a good book, for me is not easy, so many things going on this book
Currently reading Wool by Hugh Howey. It's the first book in a post-apocalyptic series. One of the better science fiction books I've read so far. Highly recommended.
Recently finished the first book in the Vampire Diaries series, and boy oh boy was it a disappointment. The show is a million times better. Still gonna keep listening to the book series though. Lol I'm curious enough to continue for now.
Shakespeare - Hamlet
Carl Von Clausewitz - On war
Benjamin Graham - The Intelligent investor
Henrik Meinander- Suomen historia
Robert Greene - The 48 laws of power
James Clear - Atomic Habits