Hey mates!I create this topic with the hope to discover many new books, and a lot of different types of books!After miro's post about one of his favorite writer, I thought we could all write here what kind of books you enjoy reading, and who is your favorite writer!Concerning my tastes, these months I've been enjoying something new for me: Fantasy.Normaly I'm more like reading historical books, or "action like" novels.I like many authors, but one who realy touched me is Primo Levi, with his book "Si c'est un homme". (If it's a man), talking about the extermination camps during WWII.The subject is all yours, feel free to post whatever you have on your mind concerning books :-)
go deeper in some things... :)
Poems... modern, stunning & at its best. (no shit xD)
Lets come back to murakami xDread this on sunday morning xD((he writes a lot of very different books - but everything becomes gold))
... and after this you could watch a little jewel of a movie... by a book from haruki murakami xDif you aren´t stunned after this you can beat me xD
You are more in sports?Murakami is a marathon runneryou are more in politics and how people become assasins?read murakamis prisoner interviews xDbtw... there love, fantasy, lifestyle and some kind of horror by him too xD... and besides he studied theater and had a jazzbar in tokyo...
Wow, now that's great!Thanks for the presentation, I'll have a closer look at all this !
:)What are you reading?
I ate this book alive. - The spoiler is untrue. Hannibal is a great man! Read the book! - :)(You can ignore the movie completely. It is bad and leaves every passage worth showing out)Complete spoiler without depth
I'm still on a fantasy book atm miro!Looks nice para!I like that tye of books, thanks!
I don't read a lota of "action books" but I loved this one and I'm sure you know it. "No Country For Old Man" it is a book of Corman MacCarthy wich was adapted to the cinema by Joel and Ethan Coen. I love the 19th french litterature too.
Yes, I know it :-)Yeah, 19th century french litterature can be really interesting!
Like Para, I ate all the Hannibal Saga.And for French Speakers/readers => Bernard Werber is a must...
Leave the gun, take the cannoli.
Never heard about him, thanks Dam's