There are few things in life better then sitting down in a comfy chair with an exceptional cup of coffee and a book you are excited about reading. I was wondering what any of you are reading or books you have read that afterward you couldn't stop talking or thinking about. I have a profound weakness for J.D. Salingers' Glass Family the enjoyment and interplay of his world is fascinating. I also love everything written by Richard Brautigan, Italo Calvino, Albert Camus, Aldous Huxley and Jorge Luis Borges. Hopefully we can talk more in depth about specific books but I figured this to be a good start.
Books very fitting to these times would be Atlas Shrugged, which I've read, but would like to revisit again soon.
Another book I've been working my way through is The Unseen Hand. I usually prefer non-fiction, but I settle for philosophical fiction from time to time.
Also, Being and Time by Martin Heidegger. I always have too many books going at once, and I just skip between them until one is finished, then I stick another book into the rotation. Perhaps I need help.. or Ritalin.
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