Discussion in 'Books' started by Hellblazer, Mar 12, 2016.
And here is why.
So I've basically found the best book ever:
"What emerges from the best of this fascinating book is that the need for love is deeper than the quest for knowledge. Jesus must don a space suit, Cleopatra become a computer."
- "CYRIL CONNOLLY in The Sunday Times"
(It's on the back cover of "SF THE BEST OF THE BEST PART TWO", a book edited by Judith Merril, from 1970.)
do weeb visual novels count
You can't jack off to a real book so, no
Don't know if it counts as a book, but I've been reading The Far Side by Gary Larson lately. Sometimes it can get pretty morbid.
So I read Bear, by Marian Engel.
Yes, the one about the lady fucking the bear.
It was good.
Uncomfortably, disquietingly good.
I like reading books by Swedenborg (1688-1772).
Interesting view on the afterlife.
There was a book I read a few times in middle school called the Gammage Cup where these hobbit-like people lived in a town that tried to be all uniform and perfect like a fantasy HOA. They got mad at this one woman for painting the door on her house in bright colors. Then there was a door painting revolution where other people started painting their doors bright colors and it pissed the mayor off.
More stuff than that happened but I like the part where the woman had a colorful door that pissed off the mayor.
Read This book lately. It's a good read, but i'm never reading it ever again
What's the premise besides "A thrilling dystopia"?
It has lots of cannibalism in it
it has lots of wat
Thats not a spoiler btw, it's the core subject.
It's only 200 pages long if you're curious
That scene looks like something out of a satire like the old Simpsons or The Far Side.
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