I am now well on my way towards finishing it. Have enjoyed it thus far.If you liked Quantum Psychology, do also consider giving Prometheus Rising a try
I'm reading Brighter than a Thousand Suns. It is beyond awesome. Reading it almost makes me want to be a physicist rather than an engineer.
Book just came on the mail today. I don't have class tomorrow, so I'll likely get through a good portion of it.Checked it out on Amazon. General comments seem to be that it is a bit outdated and has mostly the opinions of people with 30 + less years of information and history (we have more from being around today), but still an essential read. I just ordered it for 4 bucks.
I recently read Kafka on the Shore and enjoyed it.
Which ones?Immanuel Kants books
Just finished reading a book abouta centaur that lives in the XX century in Brazil. The Centaur in the Garden, by Moacyr Scliar. Kafka style.a mentally ill introverted jew who thinks he is
Books? What importance do they provide? (Damn this current mindset)
I am reading Dune---Boring.
A lot of writers in the 19th century were paid by the amount of text or the stories were first serialized in newspapers, which gave the writers an incentive to drag out as much as possible. See most of Alexandre Dumas' or Charles Dickens' works for other infamous examples.Just read Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, only to find that the copy I had was the abridged version... Now I am reading the unabridged version... and now I finally understand why modern writers have editors.