50 Books I want to read

It’s hard to find a good book to commit to reading one hundred percent off. After some research, I have made this list of books that I would potentially like to read and know more about.

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  1. The Gunslinger – Stephan King
  2. 11/22/63 – Stephan king
  3. Looking forward – Jacque Fresco
  4. Bill Hicks: Agent of Evolution – Kevin Booth
  5. Brain Droppings – George Carlin
  6. Fingerprints of the Gods: The evidence of Earth’s lost civilization – Graham Handcock
  7. Foods of the Gods: The search for the original tree of knowledge – Terrance McKenna
  8. Fear and loathing in Las Vegas – Hunter S. Thompson
  9. Welcome to the universe – Neil DeGrasse Tyson
  10. Death by black hole – Neil DeGrasse Tyson
  11. Thinking in Numbers – David Tammet
  12. A tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
  13. The Catcher in the Rye – J.D Salnger
  14. War and Peace – Leo Tolstoy
  15. To kill a mocking bird – Harper Lee
  16. Culture and Anarchy – Matthew Arnold
  17. Education through Art – Herbert Read
  18. A brief history of time: From the big bang to black holes – Stephen Hawking
  19. Catch – 22 – Joseh Heller
  20. Ulysses – James Joyce
  21. Heart of darkness – Joseph Conrad
  22. Moby Dick – Herman Melville
  23. Middlemarch – George Eliot
  24. Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahbenab
  25. You are not special – David McCullough Jr.
  26. Plato at the Googleplex – Rebecca Goldstien
  27. 1000 Creative writing prompts – Byran Chen
  28. Reign of Error – Dianne Ravitch
  29. Our mathematical Universe – Max tegmark
  30. Show your work! – Austin Kleon
  31. Lord of the Files – William Golding
  32. Vanity fair – William Makepeace Thackeray
  33. The inferno – Dante
  34. The grapes of wrath – John Steinbeck
  35. The book thief – Markus Zusak
  36. The old man in the sea – Ernest Hemmingway
  37. Game of thrones – George R. R Martin
  38. Catching fire – Suzanne Collins
  39. The raven – Edgar Allan Poe
  40. The odyssey – Homer
  41. Brave new world – Aldous Huxley
  42. Roman honor – Carlin A. Barton
  43. Swiss family Robinson – Johann David Wyss
  44. The Autobiography of Malcolm X
  45. The art of War – Sun Tzu
  46. The bible
  47. After Virtue – Alasdair MacIntyre
  48. Mediations – Marcus Aurelius
  49. Beyond good and evil – Friedrich Nietzsche
  50. The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho

If in doubt, get some of these books in audio and listen to them while doing something else. That is something I want to get more into.

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One thought on “50 Books I want to read

  1. Cool list – a lot on here I want to get to, too! As a Stephen King fan, I’d love to weigh in on the first two –
    I found The Gunslinger to be a bit of a slog, especially for the first installment of such a beloved series such as the Dark Tower. If you feel the same way, fight through it; the next few are downright amazing.
    11/22/63 is so damn big you could probably seriously hurt someone with it, but I FLEW through it. I absolutely loved that book, and was so sad when it ended. The JFK assassination plot is of course compelling as hell, but the 1960’s scene King paints and the characters he introduces was the better part of the story, in my opinion.
    Good luck with your list!

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