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I liked it. It made my head spin at first but once you get into the flow, it's a good read.

On the Road: The Original Scroll: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

TBR/On the Road: The Original Scroll (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition): Jack Kerouac, Penny Vlagopoulos, George Mouratidis, Joshua Kupetz:

Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger - deserves to be read in high school and then again later on in life

20 Books That Will Make You Fall In Love With New York City All Over Again

Catcher In the Rye, favorite book of all time.

Wikipedia: The book explores a dystopian United States where many of society's most productive citizens refuse to be exploited by increasing taxation and government regulations and disappear, shutting down their vital industries. The theme of Atlas Shrugged, as Rand described it, is "the role of man's mind in existence". The book explores a number of philosophical themes...it expresses the advocacy of reason, individualism, capitalism, and the failures of governmental coercion

Peopled by larger-than-life heroes and villains, charged with towering questions of good and evil, Atlas Shrugged is Ayn Rand’s magnum.

Ernest Miller Hemingway was the 1954 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature "for his mastery of the art of narrative, most recently demonstrated in 'The Old Man and the Sea,' and for the influence that he has exerted on contemporary style."

The Old Man and the Sea is perhaps one of Ernest Hemingway’s most famous and enduring novels, telling the simple and yet deeply meaningful story of a Cuban fisherman’s struggle to catch a giant marlin in the Gulf Stream.

Great Book catcher in the rye

Wolf Hall ~ Hilary Mantel ~ historical fiction ~  a wonderful depiction of Tudor history as told through the eyes of Thomas Cromwell.

Wolf Hall: A Novel: Hilary Mantel A fantastic book about Henry VIII .I'm a fan of anything Tudor

Lots of scary stories to choose from. But I hated The Ruins. Just didn't do it for me.

Picture of Bram Stoker's Dracula - 1902 Doubleday

The Closing of the American Mind  by Allan Bloom  http://www.nytimes.com/1987/04/05/books/the-groves-of-ignorance.html?pagewanted=all=pm

The Closing of the American Mind: Allan Bloom, Saul Bellow: Published in 1987 . is still pertinent today.

Jonathon Livingston Seagull

Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach. Because he spends so much time perfecting his flying form instead of concentrating on getting food, a seagull is ostracized by the rest of the flock.

Goodnight Moon. This book is about a bunny who is laying in bed, and before he can go to sleep he must tell all the familiar things in his room goodnight. For example, his socks, the clock, the mittens, and even his kittens.

Goodnight Moon: Margaret Wise Brown, Clement Hurd: Age Range: 1 and up, Lexile Measure:

sex, drugs & cocoa puffs: a low culture manifesto by chuck klosterman, published in 2004.

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sex, drugs & cocoa puffs: a low culture manifesto, chuck klosterman

Although I've never been there, novels about India always strike a chord with me. None more so than this classic by E. M. Forster.

A Passage to India E.M Forster The title of A Passage to India is a reference to a poem by Walt Whitman, “A Passage to India”.

Dracula by Bram Stoker (Stoker didn't invent the vampire, but this gothic novel's DNA can be found in all modern-day bloodsuckers. Dark, broody, and ever suspenseful, it's a horror-ific classic.)

Dracula by Bram Stoker (Stoker didn't invent the vampire, but this gothic novel's DNA can be found in all modern-day bloodsuckers. Dark, broody, and ever suspenseful, it's a horror-ific classic.

Eating Animals

alpinistoamericano: “Recently I read the book Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer. It is an intensive look at how devastating the effects of animal agriculture are on our environment, our health,.

Banido em vários estados. Em 1972, foi proibido em Strongsville, Ohio (derrubado em 1976), em 1974 foi proibido em Dallas, Texas, e em 1979 foi proibido em Snoqualmie, Washington

'Catch-22': A Paradox Turns 50 And Still Rings True

Catch 22 by Joseph Heller

Franny and Zooey - J.D. Salinger (1955, 1957; 1961) - Salinger is magic and his characters are beyond amazing! Wes Anderson, please make it into a film :3

Franny and Zooey, now on my to Read list!

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