Please write down the books that made a positive impact in your life.
>No More Mr. Nice Guy
Paradise Lost - Milton
Thus Spoke Zarathustra - Nietzsche
Steppenwolf - Hesse
The Silmarillion - Tolkein
The Art of War - Sun Tzu
Mein Kampf made me realize just how Hitler used to view the world. Looking at the world through an infamous dictator's eye has helped me understand my mistakes and as such, I'm avoiding the mistakes he engaged in. I'M NOT A FAN OF HITLER.
How to win friends by Carnegie
Models by Manson
Wisdom of insecurity by Watts
12 rules for life by Peterson
The Power of Positive Thinking
The Power of Now
Very well said on "How to win friends."
East Of Eden
100 Years Of Solitude
Meditations - Marcus Aurelius
City of Thieves by David Benioff
I Married a Communist by Philip Roth
Black like Me by John Howard Griffin
The Jungle by Upton Sinclair
The Prince by Machiavelli
Not particularly unique but disillusioned me in a lot of ways.
How to Lie With Statistics by Darrell Huff
Replay by Ken Grimwood
Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon
Feeling Good - this was the number one book that taught me cbt and how to get shit done by educating me about moods and habits. I often found that a lot of other self help stuff ended up crossing into this book's territory.
Flow - this taught me how important experience and attention are, and helped me decide what i wanna structure my life around as an adult. i had a panic attack reading one chapter because it goes a little too in detail about the self.
What Color Is Your Parachute - This was extremely helpful in showing me how to boil down what I want as a career, and to understand what skills I actually have
Nonviolent Communicaiton: The Language of Life - this taught me how to understand and communicate better with others using empathy.
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up - this changed my relationship with stuff and how I view the objects I own.
Halo the fall of reach
A Game of Thrones
I have no mouth and I must scream
Ready player 1
I fear I shall never leave this island
Thanks for adding a description to each
Is the third still useful if I'm already in college and have decided what I want to get into?
Absolutely I just graduated. Have you worked before?
Watership Down-Richard Adams
Treasure Island- Robert Louis Stevenson
Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy- Douglas Adams
2 Years Before The Mast- Richard Henry Dana Jr
Fuck your self-help bullshit
At the ripe age of 12 I was slapped by the reality of what love really is
Just thinking about Levin kills me, but it kept me grounded and stopped me from being a drooling fool for love
Congo Mercenary -Mike Hoare
Ride the Tiger - Julius Evola
Revolt Against the Modern World - Julius Evola
Not a book but if you can find "king, Warrior, Magician, Lover" as a 20 page or so pdf. That is a fucking amazing one.
Demian - Hermann Hesse
The Stranger - Albert Camus
Post Office and Women - Charles Bukowski
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep -Phillip K. Dick
Mother Night - Kurt Vonnegut
The Giver - Lois Lowry
Nothing - Janne Teller
Have Space Suit Will Travel - Robert A. Heinlein
Who Goes There? - John W. Campbell
Super Toys Last All Summer Long - Brian Aldiss
Never met another Aldiss fan on Jow Forums! Have you read the Helliconia series?
In a good way I said. I read Evola and if anything I got fucking depressed, but maybe that's just me.
The Stranger and The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus, that shit and a bit of therapy stopped me from commiting suicide, it's awesome.