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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