LU: 20220827033721

I direct a flow of books through my booklog for posterity, thoroughness, bragging rights. It's in TeX, using the glossaries pkg, however, since titles started repeating without the presence of obsequiously long subtitles, I had to switch to authors as entries with their works as subentries. I explored different formats, possibilities. I tried terminal spreadsheet programs: visidata and sc-im, and .tsv files, easily generable via Perl from from .tex ones. If one craves bespoke eyecandy, nothing beats TeX. latex2hmtl was a dumper fire whiles back, and, after switching to tectonic and shell magic, I can't comment on make4ht.

Accumulated titles passed an arbitrary threshold on the second or third paper-based log, so lil' ol' me'd decided to *cough* PASS RIGHTEOUS JUDGEMENT UPON THEM! Yeah. . . and when the shear stress mixed with the dried finger grease and ball sweat and blood and snot and cum and piss, the and vicissitudinous font-size, baseline, adjustment, indentation/padding, text-direction; presence of boxes, super- and sub-, and microscripting et cetera all got my goat and then some, then did I birth the rating system, shown in the table below. The next section explains the system. A month through the ordeal, I'd accidentally sorted a part of the list, hence the first 130 items' alphanumerically ascending order.

Regarding taste, objectively, I enjoy the new and or novel: be it knowledge, opinion, argument, viewpoint, thought, or thought patterns; things, my head haven't so far conjured in itself or others' accurately; and, subjectively what I consider to be good writing—Chuck Palahniuk >>> Tolkien (among other false idols for trash people). Omitting textbooks and reference material, genre-wise I endulge in (in no order): extreme horror, horror, gorefest, true crime, suspense, thriller, philosophy, essays/commentary/thoughts, short story anthologies, science fiction, some translations of 'greats' or classics', among others still. I dislike and have little-to-no use for: the trivial and known, the lazy, the stupid, the greedy, the easy and comfortable, the indulgent, the dogmatic, and the predictable; addtionally, most series, most anything by a woman, jew-apologetics, war stories, and cringe. Fuck weak-willed, smooth-brained, auto-fellatory, ultimately stupid readers—lit-kiddies, underageds, females, soyboys, Marxists and all their kin on goodreads, tumblr, twitter, facebook, literally anything from reddit, any from a 'journalist', anything popular from the past, say 30 years. Also, disregard Russian lit—a good 96% of what I've (tried to) read is very predictable, stereotypical, class-based or propagandist waste. Russian 'classics' are overtly overhyped—better trash than other trash, but trash nonetheless. And Japanese lit... most everything modern is intolerably bad with zero redeeming aspects, though they do have a few standouts around and shortly after WW2. Could be a translation thing. But those, touting these books', don't partake of them in the original either, so it may be an intelligence thing...

As of writing this, 20210417T055800, I've gone through (finished or attempted) some 300 titles starting roughly 20201214. That was when I'd lost my external hard drive with some 1.5 TB of .mp3's and .flac's I'd been collecting, archiving, organizing, listening to. For eight years. Around 2016 (or '17?) I'd been a music reviewer for a growingly popular metal site; I dropped out due to disagreements with management but the experience had only intensified my obsession with music. It is-, or rather was..?, my second passion in life. I lost, as if, a chuck of myself that day. Since realization doesn't impale you from the sky, but weedles in over time, it wasn't really a day, but weeks. But that too shall pass. I've not much changed personality-wise, I think—I'd merely exchanged habits, similarly to addicts or the problemed traversing cognitive behavioral therapy. I've been cramming the then newly created chasm with the thoughts and opinions of others, as well my subsequent own, with fiction and non-fiction (65/35 was my ratio around 202107XX), with ideals, knowledge, opinions, arguments, etc. Although I employ some of what Schopenhauer suggests in The Art of Literature, he might still mightily cringe at my efforts and goingabouts. Lovely quote therefrom:

A precondition for reading good books is not reading bad ones, for life is short.

I've nobody to talk to regarding books, my opinions, thoughts, so it's rather lonesome when amidst blathering, infantile, predictable children: be it on 4chan, lainchan, leddit, or the rare case of real world reading person. The predominantly posting malignant, human-size tumors on the internet would necessitate daily, hour-long beatings to begin to comprehending basics of how and why the world functions and is where it is.
If you have any objections, rebuttals, contributions, remarks, jokes, or would like to talk about a-ny-thing, especially relevant to topics discussed within below titles or my remarks thereto, please do drop a line. I would like to talk to a decent hooman bean.

My reading is mainly facilitated through audiobooks at around 1.50–3.25 times the default speed, dependent on reader; or, if no audiobook exists—flite. Anything I fancy, or'd like to better retain or understand (say, an average of 8 out of 10 titles), I'll (try to) download, convert, and pull up text alongside to scroll through (the terminal equivalent of leafing through). This also bolsters concentration on heavier or more tedious books. I've not held a physical book in my hands in quite some time, I've little space as is, and less so spare money for something, I'd argue, should be free. Forbearing completion to savor virginal pleasures with the material happens to me; titles might fall behind or, fuck forbid, be forgotten. Others still will have reviews or remarks: click the equilateral triangle appearing before the title to open these. Titles are in approximate chronological order of completion or addition, unless being presently read. Lastly, if an entry's fourth column is closer to zero, it is unworthy of my time; and if not quite 1, ending or parts have been glanced over or skipped; if greater than 1, whole or sections multiply read.

What follows are non-fiction, yet non-literary works; they're just good reads. I don't know where to put these, so here:

Rating system

Bearing but one change and 2–4 minor additions, it is able to crudely but sufficiently attribute merits where due. The meaning put behind each symbol should be fairly consistent amount adjacent titles (through time). However, pursuing a reread, the title will be pushed to the forefront as if it were new. I don't forgive and I don't forget: often one infringement is sufficient for expulsion from my mind and hard drive. Authors get blacklisted thusly, as well. A good mood might dispose me to mercy, i.e., extending an opportunity for redemption, or another chance to disappoint—people can better themselves, being the reasoning. However, this rarely, if ever, bodes well. Absolutism never is too swell for anything really, so I won't publish a listing all embargoed individuals. Anything Marx-, or Hegel-derived would be there though, along is a bunch of armchain philosophers, along with other self-propagating childish memes and dreams. Ratings are given in nonstrictly monotonically decreasing order of intensity, i.e., the leftmost glyphs constitute larger parts of my overall 'rating'/opinion. Uppercasing serves as an intensifier.

✓✔ A checkmark means 'good' or 'great', so much so that it'd warrant an eventual reread. I think and would argue that a 'good' example of any art must also be re-enjoyable. The thicker, latter one has the intensifier associated with emboldening.

m I didn't think it necessary to distinguish between 'mediocre' (as in nonexceptional, rather than as with a negative connotation) and 'decent'—completion rates allude to either emphatically. Possibly worth the read, but better exist. If bold, could be 'great', but not rereadworthy.

p 'Predictable' means I've successfully constructed a accurate (>50%) model of any of (in increasing in difficulty): 1. what characters will do and say (narration not exempt); 2. what future text entails; 3. precisely what words, punctuation, and/or wording the writer will use. If everything you want to say on a topic or about a plot (or your whole existence, when speaking more broadly about humans) can be modeled by my brain, you're wasting my time.

g (C-)overt 'agenda'. Propaganda resides here—shallow, pseudo-scientific, juvenilely try-hard, easily refutable, superciliously pontificating. This should be kept in mind when reading and thinking about material presented within, considered from within and without that context. In case you're unsure about some title (or something) for yourself, ask yourself—Is he (assuming person is male) trying to sell me anything (cui bono?)? Does he think himself infallible, faultless, flawless right (guru, in the pejorative sense)? Are issues often presented as black and white, that is, as (false) dichotomies (dispensing certainity to comfit)? Is he absolutist (can't think of an example where an absolutist was ever right about his big thing, but if you can, hit me up)? One-sided? Etc., then it likely belongs here; pardon my inability to offer a concise definition rather than examples.

k With known info, I've a higher tolerance—there might be something new. Do we chase the dragon? obs.?

f Publishing something, you should've done your homework, so being objectively wrong and spreading falsehood grants a one-way ticket to Fuck-off, where the weather is chilly and windy with a good chance of blacklisting. Back to you, Tom.

w 'Bad writing' is both sub- and objective: just as you don't have to be a master chef with 40 years experience serving worldly gourmands to know a dish is shite and/or not to your taste: there exist commonalities between books widely and/or historically regarded as' good'. Beer may be an acquired taste, but it won't be as revolting to the new triers as diarrhea shakes or period pancakes.

b Is just boring. Snoozefest, slumber-inducing, sleep-inviting; languorously paced or void of action, change; tedious litany. MMMNNEEEEEEXT!

a Itches at my being: active toleration required.

j I thought it'd be funny (it isn't), but I don't read much obviously biased things, so it sees little use; implies pushing of jew agenda, jew-apologizing, -enabling, etc., idunno. obs., falls through into g

? Unsure as to what I think, requiring more time for material digestion and or opinion crystalization.

Reading the descriptions or merely the titles of some 2/3–3/4 of audiobookbay's weekly submissions, one notices a trend: women write horrid shit. Correspondingly, a bag of the above bad descriptors in varying degrees, or symbol for Venus. Note: you don't have to be a woman to get this, neither does being one, necessarily impart you this. Women, they rightfully shamefully (attempt to) hide and deceive by using either fore- and middlename abbreviations, that is, initials; or bad and or conspicuous noms de guerre. Sure as fuck ain't I taking the ~1e-5 chance of tripping over a good book written by a Barbara, Emily, Jessica, Jemima, or Janet, or one named 'The Irresistible Miss Peppiwell', famous for elongating her shitstreak with Scandalous House of Calydon, Book 2. More examples. Omitting chiclit, this still holds. Likely due to the failure of American education, and/or some combination of the success of Marxism-derived drivel, government cronyism, oligarchy, unscrupulous and short-sighted power-/money-grabs. They can compose good stuff, there is historical evidence of this—they should just stick to what they're good at not attempt to compete with men. Same goes for men—don't fucking write gay, furry, tranny, trap shit. Don't write power fantasies, 'LitRPG's, or series when you can't even spell your damn name.
For fuck's sake.

Rating system
wbad writing
all of the above


LU: 20221126T072010

Tales of the Madman UndergroundJohn Barnes1
30 Days of NightSteve NilesAGpf0.2
A Head Full of GhostsPaul Tremblay1
A Journal of the Plague YearDaniel DefoeB0.15
A Little History of the WorldE.H. GombrichKAW0.15
A Lush and Seething Hell: Two Tales of Cosmic HorrorJohn Hornor JacobsGAb0.1
A Medicine For MelancholyRay BradburyB0.05
A Noise DownstairsLinwood Barclay1
A Small TownThomas PerryGwa0.15
A Tap On The WindowLinwood Barclay1
A Touch of HappyAndrew Kanago1
A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of AmericaPhilip Rucker, Carol Leonnigwgfap0.1
Abandoned Prayers: The Incredible True Story of Murder, Obsession and Amish SecretsGregg Olsenmb0.3
AirshipsBarry Hannahga0.05
Alone in the Fortress of the BearsBruce L. Nelsonbap0.1
American Female Serial KillersBrian Berrymb0.5
American PredatorMaureen Callahan1
AngrynomicsEric Lonergan, Mark BlythmBa0.95
Autopsy: Life In The Trenches With A Forensic Pathologist In AfricaRyan Blumenthal1
Bad Moon RisingSherrilyn Kenyon♀apmwg0.9
Big Boys Don't CryTom Kratmanb0.05
Blind FaithJoe McGinnissb1
Buried Beneath the Boarding HouseRyan Greenmb0.65
By Night In ChileRoberto Bolaño, Chris Andrews (tr.)1
Caffeine: How Caffeine Created the Modern WorldMichael PollanmK1
CaliphateTom Kratman1
Can't Pay, Won't Pay: The Case for Economic Disobedience and Debt AbolitionCollective DebtGWAf0.05
Cannibal CreekJon Athan✓M1
Carmine the Snake: Carmine Persico and His Murderous Mafia FamilyFrank DiMatteo, Michael Bensonb0.15
Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the SixtiesTom O'Neill, Dan PiepenbringBa0.15
Chase Darkness with Me: How One True-Crime Writer Started Solving MurdersBilly JensenGbf0.1
Conan the Cimmerian: The Coming of Conan the CimmerianRobert E. Howardbw0.05
Convenient Suspect: A Double Murder, a Flawed Investigation, and the Railroading of an Innocent WomanTammy Malm✓b1
Cool Hand LukeDonn PearceBm0.15
Coyote Blue

The only C.M. book so far that I've found damn boring. inb4 it gits gewd rait after ya've finished it.

Christopher Mooreb0.2
Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the WorldJoseph Mennmkap0.8
Dawn of the DeadGeorge A. Romerobaw0.1
DeadbreakJorge Sánchez1
Deadly ForceMisty EvansGf0.1
Devil's Knot: The True Story of the West Memphis ThreeMara Leveritt♀apb0.15
Discipline Equals FreedomJocko WillinkPKam0.25
Distracted and Defeated: the rulers and the ruledMike Bhangukwag0.33
Donald Trump v. The United States: Inside the Struggle to Stop a PresidentMichael S. SchmidtGFW0.05
Dying Days 7Armand Rosamiliagap0.2
Eddie Flynn: 5 - Fifty-fiftySteve Cavanagh1
Elevator PitchLinwood Barclay1
Emotional First Aid: Practical Strategies for Treating Failure, Rejection, Guilt, and Other Everyday Psychological InjuriesGuy WinchKWf0.15
Tales From The Gas Station: 1Jack Townsend✓a1
Tales From The Gas Station: 2Jack Townsend✓map1
Tales From The Gas Station: 2.5xmasJack Townsendmap1
Tales From The Gas Station: 3Jack TownsendAP1
F*ck Whales: Also Families, Poetry, Folksy Wisdom and YouGeorge 'Maddox' Ouzounian✓KPMj0.5
Fat Vampire: 1 - Fat VampireJohnny B. Truant✓m1
Fat Vampire: 2 - Tastes Like ChickenJohnny B. Truantm1
Fat Vampire: 3 - All You Can EatJohnny B. Truantmp1
Fat Vampire: 4 - Harder Better Fatter StrongerJohnny B. Truantpam1
Fat Vampire: 5 - FatpocalypseJohnny B. TruantPA0.8
Fluke, or, I Know Why the Winged Whale SingsChristopher Moore1.1
Flu: 1 - FluWayne Simmons1
Flu: 2 - FeverWayne Simmonsb0.5
FoolChristopher Moore1
Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of OutrageDan CrenshawPBAGfm0.33
DeadbreakJorge Sanchezcpa0.15
Fred, the Vampire Accountant: 1 - The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire AccountantDrew HayesM1
Fred, the Vampire Accountant: 2 - Undeath and TaxesDrew HayesM1
Fred, the Vampire Accountant: 3 - Bloody AcquisitionsDrew Hayespam1
Fred, the Vampire Accountant: 4 - The Fangs of FreelanceDrew HayesPAwm1
Fred, the Vampire Accountant: 5 - Deadly AssessmentsDrew HayesPAW0.33
Frozen In IceArmand Rosamiliamp0.3
Fuck Yeah, Video Games: The Life and Extra Lives of a Professional NerdDaniel Hardcastlecwa0.1
Genius: The Life and Science of Richard FeynmanJames Gleick✓M1
Gotti's Boys: The Mafia Crew That Killed for John GottiAnthony M. DeStefanob0.15
Grandfather's HouseJon Athan1
Hackers and PaintersPaul Grahambawp0.15
Hartmann the Anarchist: The Doom of the Great CityEdward Douglas FawcettM✓1
Hiding from the Internet: Eliminating Personal Online InformationMichael Bazzellkm0.35
Hunting LeRoux: The Inside Story of the DEA Takedown of a Criminal Genius and His EmpireElaine Shannonba0.5
Ice StationMatthew ReillyWba0.05
Inside Broadmoor: Up Close and Personal with Britain's Most Dangerous CriminalsJonathan Levi, Emma Frenchmb1
IsolationDavid Moodym1
Killer Clown: The John Wayne Gacy MurdersTerry Sullivan, Peter T. Maikenm1
KokoroNatsume Sōseki, Edwin McClellan (tr.)♀apBAP0.5
Listen to Me NowA.I. Nasserm1
Loneliness: Human Nature and the Need for Social ConnectionJohn T. Cacioppo, William PatrickWbk0.1
LovesickJon Athan1
Magic Ex Libris: 1 - LibriomancerJim C. HinesAPw0.75
Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln's KillerJames L. Swansonba0.2
ManifestTheodore J. Kaczynski1
Midnight in Peking: How the Murder of a Young Englishwoman Haunted the Last Days of Old ChinaPaul Frenchm1
Midnight SonJames Dommek Jr., Josephine Holtzman, Isaac Kestenbaummw0.25
No Sleep Til WonderlandPaul Tremblaym✓1
Sammy and the Cheese: 1 - NoirChristopher Moore1
Norco '80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery in American HistoryPeter Houlahanbw0.1
Norwegian FairiesLibrivoxb0.2
Our Dumb World: The Onion's Atlas of the Planet EarthThe Onion1
Pale FireVladimir Nabokovmb1
Parents Who Killed Their ChildrenR.J. Parkermb1
Peeling the OnionGünter Grassbm0.2
PerfumePatrick Süskind1
Pine Cove: 1 - Practical DemonkeepingChristopher Moorem1
Pine Cove: 2 - The Lust Lizard of Melancholy CoveChristopher Moore0
Pine Cove: 3 - The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas TerrorChristopher Moore1
Prisoners of Our Thoughts: Viktor Frankl's Principles for Discovering Meaning in Life and WorkAlex PattakosKWAf0.15
Robert Pickton: The True Story of the Pig Farmer KillerChris Swinneybm1
Screaming Eagles: 1 - The FrontTimothy W. Longagpb0.1
Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American CultureDavid MametBAgj0.15
Secret SlaveAnna Ruston1
Sex SaysMax Monroebaw0.05
Skeleton in Space: 1 - HistaffAndries Louwsbapw0.2
Small SacrificesAnn Rule♀apbap0.1
Survivor SongPaul Tremblaypbma0.2
The AbominableDan Simmons1
The Anime Trope System: 1Alvin AtwaterCWPa1
The Anime Trope System: 2Alvin AtwaterCWPA0.05
The Cabin at the End of the WorldPaul Tremblay✓m1
The Candy Cards: The Shocking Story of Dean CorllRobert Brownm1
The Case Against EducationBryan CaplanKa0.25
The Club: Johnson, Boswell, and the Friends who Shaped an AgeLeo Damroschbm0.1
The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City NeighborhoodDavid Simonba0.1
The Curse of LonoHunter S. Thompson1
The Devil All the TimeDonald Ray PollockB0.1
The Devil and Karl Marx: Communism's Long March of Death, Deception, and InfiltrationPaul Kengormb1
The Haunting of Alma FieldingKate Summerscale♀apBw0.05
The Jokes of Nafsreddin Hodja: The World Is Not a Tragedy, But a ComedyMolla NasreddinmKPa0.75
The Mole People: Life in the Tunnels Beneath New York CityJennifer Toth♀apgab0.1
The People's Republic of Walmart: How the World's Biggest Corporations are Laying the Foundation for SocialismLeigh Phillips, Michal Rozworski1
The Heroin Diaries: Ten Year Anniversary Edition: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock StarNikki Six1
The RoachRhett C. BrunopA0.21
The Sea Was AngryArmand Rosamiliampa0.3
The Stench of HonoluluJack Handey1
The TerrorDan Simmons1
The Toughest Prison of All: The true story of bank robbery, prison escapes, and the search for love on the outsideFloyd C. Forsbergm1
The UnconsoledKazuo IshiguroB0.1
The Vory: Russia's Super MafiaMark Galeottimbp0.75
The Woman in Apartment 49Ross Armstrongb0.15
Thirteen StoriesJonathan Simsbm0.15
This Dark EarthJohn Hornor Jacobsw0.05
Timothy: 1 - TimothyMark Tufo1
Timothy: 2 - TimMark Tufo✔m1
Timothy: 3 - Tim 3: Sliced, Diced and CubedMark Tufo✓mp1
Torchwood CoffeeJames Gossbap0.75
Under the TrestleRon Peterson Jr.bm0.5
Who Killed These Girls?: The Twenty-Five-Year History of Austin's Yogurt Shop MurdersBeverly Lowry♀apw0.2
Why Fish Don't Exist: A Story of Loss, Love, and the Hidden Order of LifeLulu MillerWB♀ap0.1
Worldship Files: 1Erik Schubachw0.01
Zomblog: 1T.W. BrownBW0.2
Think AgainAdam GrantkAf0.1
Super Powereds: Year 1Drew HayespAC0.25
Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook CatastropheRoger McNameeGPb0.33
The Case of the Haunted Haunted HouseDrew Hayesapw0.15
People MoverJohn David Cardm1
Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and DreamsMatthew Walkermkfa0.9
On BullshitHarry G. FrankfurtmB1
Batman: Dead WhiteJohn ShirleyA0.05
A Shrouded World: 1 - WhistlerMark Tufom1
A Shrouded World: 2 - AtlantisMark Tufompa1
A Shrouded World: 3 - ConvergenceMark TufoAP0.25
Blue Ant: 1 - Pattern RecognitionWilliam GibsonM1
Blue Ant: 2 - Spook CountryWilliam Gibsonbam0.35
Nothing Good Happens After MidnightJeffery Deaver, Lindwood Barclay, Rhys Bowenm1
Skulduggery: Building a Criminal Empire: 1Logan Jacobsm1
Skulduggery: Building a Criminal Empire: 2Logan Jacobsmcp1
Skulduggery: Building a Criminal Empire: 3Logan Jacobsmpc1
Skulduggery: Building a Criminal Empire: 4Logan JacobspCm1
Make Something Up: Stories You Can't UnreadChuck Palahniuk1
Ocean GraveMatt Serafini✓m1
The BreachNick Cutter1
The ServantRobin MaughamM✓b1
The DeepNick Cutter1
No-No BoyJohn OkadaMap1
Batavias Graveyard: The True Story Of The Mad Heretic Who Led History's Bloodiest MutinyMike Dashmb0.15
Twas the Nightshift Before ChristmasAdam Kay✓Mj1
This Is Going To Hurt: Diaries Of A Junior DoctorAdam Kay✓MApj0.75
Horus RisingDan AbnettAP1.2
FulgrimGraham McNeillAP0.15
In The Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You: 1Luke Smitherd1
In The Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You: 2Luke Smitherd✓Ma1
In The Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You: 3Luke Smitherd✓M1
In The Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You: 4Luke Smitherd1
113 MinutesJames Pattersonapc0.25
The Rewired Brain: Free Yourself of Negative Behaviors and Release Your Best SelfSki Chiltonka0.5
The Curse of YigH.P. Lovecraftpam1
Never See Them AgainM. Whilliam Phelpsm1
Mephiston: Blood of SanguiniusDarius Hinksbwac0.1
The Horus Heresy Primarchs: 5 - Lorgar: Bearer of the WordGav ThorpewcaB0.1
The Horus Heresy Primarchs: 6 - FulgrimJosh ReynoldsB0.25
The Horus Heresy Primarchs: 7 - Ferrus Manus: The Gorgon of MedusaDavid GuymerB0.15
Animal Kingdom: An Apocalyptic NovelIain Rob Wrightmwp0.88
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective AgencyDouglas Adams✔✓a1
Underground The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese PsycheHaruki Murakamibw0.05
The BleedMark Tufo, Chris Philbrook, David Moodywm0.1
The Billionaire Murders: The Mysterious Deaths of Barry and Honey ShermanKevin DonovanB0.1
The Scarlet PlagueJack London1
YouthIsaac Asimovm1
Wings of SorrowIain Rob Wrightmcwp0.4
The MoorSam Haysomb0.25
The Scarifyers: Dinner Date with DeathRoland Moorebm0.45
The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free SocietiesRysard Legutko1
The Toilet of Doom: 1Michael Lawrencemb0.5
Pink MadnessJames Hillman✓m1
Capital and IdeologyThomas PikettyFJG0.1
Dear Mr. MHerman Koch1
ChokeChuck Palahniuk✔✔2
HauntedChuck Palahniuk✔✔2
Running from the DeadMike Knowlesm0.38
Space TaxisAdam FroshJG0.05
Bone WhiteRonald Malfibaw0.05
Hell's Princess: The Mystery of Belle Gunness, Butcher of MenHarold Schechterwma0.6
Satellite LoveGenki Fergusonmap0.15
The Mad Kyoto Shoe Swapper and Other Short Stories from JapanRebecca Otowa♀pba0.15
Alien: Into CharybdisAlex Whitewap0.02
Dark RideIain Rob Wrightbw0.17
Capital Realism: Is There No AlternativeMark Fisher1
The Fly-by NightsBrian Lumleybw0.18
The Monkey's Paw and Other Tales Of Mystery and the MacabreW.W. Jacobsmbw0.15
Khai of KhemBrian LumleyM✓1
TantamountBlaine Lee Pardoe, Victoria R. Hester♀ap0.02
Perfect PeoplePeter JamesmwaP0.32
Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong IlMichael Malicem✓Pak1
The Savage DeadJoe McKinneywb0.05
CharlatansRobin CookwB♀0.02
Overruled!V.A., Hank Davis (ed.), Christopher Ruocchio, et al.mwb0.25
Pendragon: 06 - The Rivers of ZadaaD.J. MacHalemp1
Pendragon: 07 - The Quillan Games

Of all the books in the series this one hits closest home hardest, when I read this in, say, 2009–10, I just thought of Walmart, not know about the shitfest that is The People's Republic of Walmart by Leigh Phillips, Michal Rozworski and thinking humanity's heading for very rough waters, if their example (currently amzn) is implemented worldwide. Dark days ahead.

D.J. MacHalem✓p1
Cat's KarmaChristopher Moorem1
Less Than ZeroBret Easton EllisM✓1
Dear NHSAdam Kayagwj0.01
The Secret Life of Groceries: The Dark Miracle of the American Supermarkets

Just great. Information, good resources, well-cited, good interviews, good descriptions. Writing style at times on par with Palahniuk's. Sufficient.

Benjamin Lorr✔✓1
Amusing Ourselves To Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show BusinessNeil Postman✔✓1
The Naked Truth: Using Shameless Honesty to Enhance Your Confidence, Connections and IntegrityDaniel MunroMKP✓0.85
The Conspiracy Against the Human RaceThomas Ligotti✔mk1
Darkness at Noon

Just real good. Top candidate for a screenplay.

Arthur Koestler1
The Weird and the EerieMark Fisherm1
You Will Love What You Have KilledKevin LambertbwmA0.05
Find You FirstLinwood Barclay1
F*cking History: 111 Lessons You Should Have Learned in SchoolThe CaptainmAPJ0.35
Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease

Describes in too much detail big pharma's shenanigans.

Gary GreenbergmWB1
Heart of Darkness

Slow. Not much happens. Good descriptions and 'feel'.

Joseph Conradm✓1
High Rise

Dangerously based at times. Good read for modern day cities.

J.G. Ballard1
Cannibal ReignThomas KoloniarW0.05
HaterDavid Moodywb0.01
MIND: A Unified Theory of Life and IntelligenceFrank T. Vertosick Jr.Fp0.1
The Road to Revolution- The Complete and Authorized UnabomberTheodore J. Kaczynski1
The Keepers of Limbo: The Range - 01Yuri Ulengovcw0.01
The Consolation of Philosophy

Stuff I figured out alone before graduation (though I'm not from the 6. century nobility). You could say, it's a good read if you've never thought and/or are under 18. Also, fuck all your god shit.

The Consolations of Philosophy

Immature, self-centered, superfluous examples and stories. Yo, this ain't a bio. kys.

Alain de Bottonmaf0.01
Why Liberalism Failed

Great read, if you've not heard the arguments—I hadn't. Tad dry and theoretical, in that not all's grounded in reality. Worth a reread in .5–1 years' time.

re; bad writing- I remember there being some assumptions and premises coming the vacuum of space itself. Construction on sand, let alone vacuum, is seldom fortuitous. EDIT: I find myself regarding this book, or its conclusions too often.

Patrick J. Deneen✓Mw1
The Wicked and the DamnedJosh Reynolds, David Annandale, Phil KellyPwb0.05
The Chaos Space Marines Audio CollectionV.A.mpb1
Hold Up the Sky

Honest-to-fuck, (prolly ccp-sponsored/backed) chink scifi. Propaganda seeps thru, and is felt constantly. People 'act' unlike evolved creatures, or bogstandard hoomans.

Cixin Liubmwp0.15
Time Spike

Timeline mixing—new to me, wanna see it explored more, supposedly alt. history is the genre. Although I'd love to read about the 'bad' parasites winning, instead of the 'good' ones. Rather unsaleable, and paperweights don't pay the bills, nor are nutritious.

Eric Flint, Marilyn Kosmatka✓M1
The Lobotomist: A Maverick Medical Genius and His Tragic Quest to Rid the World of Mental Illness

Nice layman's dive into the shitsea that is psychiatry and, more so, psychosurgery. Often over-detailed, great nonetheless.

Jack El-HaiM1
Pandemic!: COVID-19 Shakes the World

Bemused, infantile rantings of an old man trying to make sense of things using communism derivatives, postmodernism, history of old dogma and authority, and often times objectively false reasoning and premises. As a fellow hooman bean, sad. As sb w/ an bigass audience- spreading unknowledge, misinformation, regardless of pseudonym, annoyingly infuriating.

Slavoj ZizekFGpa1
Pandemic! 2: Chronicles of a Time Lost

Bemused, infantile rantings of an old man trying to make sense of things using communism derivatives, postmodernism, history of old dogma and authority, and often times objectively false reasoning and premises. As a fellow hooman bean, sad. As sb w/ an bigass audience- spreading unknowledge, misinformation, regardless of pseudonym, annoyingly infuriating.

Slavoj ZizekFGpa1
Planet of SlumsMike Davism1
Alpha and Omega

Story revolved around jews... Inclined on boring and wasting your time.

Harry Turtledovejb0.1
Give Me Back My Legions! - A Novel of Ancient Rome

To be honest, I should've given this on more time, however, too many names, and I don't care who's who to whom in Rome. Implying, any writer or historian worth a grain of salt would write about household 'struggles', and boring shit, meanwhile - actual tribal genocide, burning and pillaging, but nah, weddings and brother-in-law 'n shit. Fuck this dude. Alt. history my ass.

Harry Turtledoveb0.2
The Dictionary of DemonsM. Belangerbm0.01
Against Nature (Against the Grain)

I'd read this, not listened through it, years ago. What had motivated me, I cannot remember. But given it took me ~1.5h of my usual speedy listening, before I caught the drift: Hey, don't I know you? The book is so devoid of meaning and content, I barely remembered anything about it. Because there was nothing to remember. Well, fuck you, Huysmans.

Joris-Karl Huysmansapb0.2
Maniac: The Bath School Disaster and the Birth of the Modern Mass KillerHarold Schechter✓Map1
The Rational Male: 1 - The Rational Male

Braindead. Copy-pasted collage of MRE tryhards, doing absolutely nobody a favor. Should be hung publicly by the balls for being so pussywhipped. Did the abook, had all three, and listening to parts of each chapter of all– fewer than two paragraphs sufficiently summarize the reasoning, goals, visions, mindsets and everything possible. Dude's more legible than a tower of Babel sized W at the ophthalmologist.

Rollo TomassiKafc0.3
The Rational Male: 2 - Preventive MedicineRollo Tomassikafc0.1
The Rational Male: 3 - Positive MasculinityRollo Tomassikafc0.1
The Dictatorship of Woke Capital: How Political Correctness Captured Big Business

Hadn't seen/been shown the economic face of matters alongside the political/cultural one, this book is a good introduction. I'll have to reread it, since I've already forgoten whether or not it makes any predictions (other the obvious ones), or just describes history- ya no, the easy part.

Stephen R. Soukup1
Unfu*k YourselfGary John BishopKP0.25
Secrets in the Cellar

Repetition through the book and insufficient detail lower score. Otherwise great, would make one helluva movie.

John Glatt✓mw1
The Caller of the BlackBrian Lumleymb0.2
The Art of InvisibilityKevin MitnickkMa1
Labyrinth of Ice The Triumphant and Tragic Greely Polar ExpeditionBuddy Levymbp0.38
Out of Mesopotamia

Perhaps my first modern Middle Eastern novel. Not half bad, predominantly caused by the foreignness of (civil) war in one's own country, the not jungle|city|space|hightech|lowtech setting, just plain ol' toyota hilux and domestic and foreign terrorism against all people you deem unworthy. Boring whenever the interpersonal, or rather man-woman?, or 'civil'? or merely familiar?, occurs. The rest is fine by me.

Salar AbdohM1
In the Shadow of GoldMichael Kenneth Smithb0.11
The Horrors of Fox Hollow Farm

Boring, bad writing, wantonly fallacious.

Richard Estep, Robert Gravescb0.33
An Old Captivity

Written in 1940s by airplane engie, one the is first novels (i think), it's enjoyable, pacing could -be better in spots, be less foretelling overall, the last 20-30% were albeit decent, very predictable. Still, nice for a one-time read. The next novel will dictate te subsequents' lives on my drive.

Nevil ShuteM1
Evil is a Matter of Perspective

The woman author massacred beforehand mediocrities in such a show of force, it whet my critique's edge such that within the ~1' I'd given each subsequent story, not a piece was left. Shit authors. To be expected of a woman, they shouldn't write about what they cannot comprehend- pick something you know, like knitting or emotional bullshit, chiclit and woman power fantasies - lit. 90% of audiobookbay's inventory.


Introduced to me by Alex Jones on the second (or first?) podcast with Tim Pool. 'I am a gorilla—murder yourself.' Yeah, but turns out it really is a book, it really does have a following, the author's made a pretty penny selling propaganda. And, what can I say, it's some of the best written propaganda out there. Rather far from the perhaps jocular suggestions the show gave impression of. I'd've not thought about it, til I saw the site...

The book itself– has circular, circuitous, or plain false reasoning/argumentation at various, critical points. Main goon's supposed to be the good guy(?) or be an average joe, so more or less equivalent- literally hero syndrome-levels of reason subjugation and disbelief suspension. So, we've delusion of grandeur, delusion of mindreading, along with various informal logical fallacies.

"I'm the savior of all these poor folk"- it fails over itself in excess of zero times. I'm not gonna go into an essay. Bad faith, bad reasoning, awful argumentation, good/new viewpoints or frameworks of viewing things.

It would make for onehelluva introduction to a character in a movie, play, or series precisely bc. it's so trivial at times, yet compelling, since it is, indeed, a gorilla. Best propaganda I've read so far.

Daniel Quinn✔g1
Games: 1 - New YearSea Caummisarm1
Games: 2 - BrutalitySea Caummisarm1
Games: 3 - DonnySea Caummisarm1
Games: 4 - MazeSea Caummisarm1
Games: 5 - New GuySea Caummisarm1
Games: 6 - Game Over

Did the 13h abook of all six, dude apparently shits these babies out like a queen bee. Very little depth, likely self-published, couldn't easily find reading material to go along. He thinks in series; each introducing new element(s) or character(s), un-shy about 'gore', albeit tame and shallow compared to Chuck Palahniuk, not descriptive, yet not verbal/action-based. Immature as a writer, imo- maybe that's his niche.

Sea Caummisarm1
Rabbit, Run

Like(d) the style, but the main goon riots, has no redeeming qualities, neither do any of the non-elderly characters. Could be a manual on how to be shit human. It's like all the nigger, small American city, actually probably all ethnicities given there're several follow-up novels, fit into their stereotypes, the ones prescribing bad qualities, mostly. Author blacklisted.

John Updike✓MA0.8

Fuckin' A. My kinda of kino. Second read.

Knut Hamsun1
Rich Dad Poor Dad

Rather condescending writing, catering to either bigger audience under publisher pressure, or actual malice, albeit the rich dad was supposedly the bad guy. Platitudes, garnished with too-detailed-to-be-real example from 'real life'. Nothing you can't figure out yourself before hitting 18, practicing it is another matter- and that's nothing to do with books. Also, contains falsehoods, flawed argumentation, and false premises. Of zero intellectual worth to >90-iqlets.

Robert Kiyosaki, Sharon LechterKaf0.2
A Most Remarkable CreatureJonathan Meiburgmba0.5
The Lost World

Abook, actually greatly done. Lovely writing, humorous and witty, some new words for myself, very believable and consistent. Although I know criticisms of his main work, s.h., perhaps from seasoned, hard-boiled crime novelists and the like, but this, the first of 5 novels w/ prof. challenger, essentially a series, this books seems like an excellent package.

Arthur Conan Doyle1

Nothing within (so far) suggests Nobel-prize-worthiness. Occurs in modern day nowheresville, turkey w/ current issues. Boring though and slow. These 30% could be a 1–2 paragraphs, action-wise.

Orhan Pamukmb0.3
Poison Belt

2. book of Doyle's Prof. Challenger series. Abook again, and this time I didn't feel like opening up the text, inferior to the preceeding one- the ending is heralded before act one is half done. Appreciable epilogue though- some discussion around the topic of ether and additional anti-nuc.war propaganda story.

Arthur Conan DoyleMp1
Gotta Get Theroux This

If you've seen his documentaries, his mannerisms, the way he conducts himself, the question he asks and how he goes about everything, you've read some this book, at least, everything up to his 20s and career start in the US. Smart guy, but indoctrinated leftie in need of subjugation to harsh truths.

Loius Therouxmkpba1
Dead Man Can't Complain and Other Stories

Collection of short stories but in a unprecedented fashion, I liked each and every one. Either I've only ever had bad luck starting stories, or the stories just are original in concepts, content, and feature good writing. Glad I gave the guy a shot, I'm dl'ing his other works hoping quality wasn't sacrificed for depth and longitude.

Peter Clines1
The Art of Literature

Based and pilled. Has decent advice and ideas to consider for author and reader alike.

Arthur Schopenhauer1
Story of BDaniel QuinnG0.9
The Last ExilesAnn Shinwb0.09
Weak Strongman: The Limits of Power in Putin's RussiaTimothy Fryem1
Ex-Heroes: 1 - Ex-HeroesPeter Clinesb0.15
The Eerie Adventures of the Lycanthrope Robinson CrusoePeter Clinesb0.05
Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker, and the Anatomy of Intrigue

Gives a decent to great view, indirectly for the most, into how a good and mature mind goes about tackling a strong foe. David vs. Goliath. However, here Goliath lacks his natural strength, instead hiding behind a system disallowing people without massive amounts of money to play. The first amendment, and freedom of '''press''', both in from the 2000s to early 2020s so very often misused, that lawyers specialize in this overlitigated law. Whereas before companies strove to shut up the the press, who then more frequently sided with the common folk andthe average joe, currently things are exactly assbackwards. Well, with Project Veritas' BIGASS cases against the jew jork times and cnn, soon the titanic Gawker case might be joined by two other leviathans in case law.

Ryan HolidayMJ1
Zero to OnePeter Thielmb0.4
Cruel DoubtJoe McGinnissmp1
The Killer Inside MeJim Thompsonac0.05
Tropic of Stupid

Kinda hard to follow, too many characters, some too zany, or predictable in a stereotypical fashion.

Tim Dorseym0.6
The Coldest CaseJames Patterson, Aaron Tracy, Ryan Silbertw0.1
The ChimesCharles Dickens?0.3
Threads of Life A History of the World Through the Eye of a NeedleClare HunterB0.12
Paradox Bound

I do love a time-traveling novel that's also closed off, that loops into itself, explaining more through different timelines, sets of eyes and eyes. This one also has nice ideas about the American dream, as if it were something physical, making myth out of the founding fathers' creation. If it'd employed better writing, less foreseeable or predictable- I'm always a paragraph ahead of where I'm at-, it could've been a full checkmark.

Peter ClinesM1
American Gods: The Tenth Anniversary Edition

The book gets better, and better, and better. Maybe the hostility from 'Fortunately the Milk' has withered (maybe I should give it another go..?). It weaves together strands from various cultures, geographies, and times into an American story told from the settler on the continent far before the country's founding. Like Under the Volcano, it has a dreamlike, continuous, or stream-of-consciousness-like quality that I quite fancy, and similarly simultaneously find it hard to put down, and myself unwilling to go faster to avoid completion, to prolong virginal self-indulgences.

I like the plot a lot, style isn't half bad, too. I wish it dug deeper, there are many possibilities. The single narrative ties everything together and down. But episodic stories taking place thoughout historoy in the same universe could've made been more expansive, even if slightly less grandiose. The novel's commentary on the American Dream, which was the subject directly and indirectly of Peter Cline's Paradox Bound (recently finished), depicted both sides of an ugly, ugly coin - that of human praise, worship, tribalism, tradition, inertia. Shown was how humans can and will fuck up any thing, not just a good one. The book is a very satisfactory read and deserves a second one as well.

Neil Gaiman1
Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit

The stream of consciousness in this is gorgeous, it never stops. Even more so than Under the Volcano maybe. The matter of fact delivery, the similarities with the real world both make this extremely enjoyable and re-analyzable.

Mark Leyner1
Nightmares in Ecstasy

Great body horror short stories, not bad.

Brendan Vidito1
Trust Me, I'm Lying - Confessions of a Media Manipulator

Nice to hear what some had long been suspecting, me too albeit I've didn't care as much, but was nonetheless fascinated about the length people would and do go to for money and/or power. Just power, actually, all things that be exchanged for in the book can be seen as power within some domain - financial, political, personal, etc. Personally, my first big insight into media manipulation, deception, and play on all team for gain. What ticked me off that he's a giant fucking jew, is how his unscrupulousness and unruefulness. That he sees James O'Keef is fraudulent - this was most damning. He becomes the exact same person he claims to be short- and long-conning, the misinformed reader, the blogger. Showing no evidence, no sources, nothing but spurious claims, (same could be said about handing various other american '''news''' outlets compliments such as 'credible'). He's is no better than these people. And he's a long, long walk from doing anything of worth.

Ryan HolidayMKJf0.85
Ego Is the Enemy


Ryan HolidayJfba0.05
Dark Fantasies

Written in England during the 80s when cheap, explicit gore was all the rage (was it any good tho?), this gentleman's collection of what he call 'dark fantasy', offers a jab back. Were it you cup of tea, you might call it decisive blow, but the 7 first stories within did not grasp me. Dark or creepy, or spooky, they are not. Quaint, sure. Tolerable, even not too boring or predictable, just not enough happening to warrant the time currently with so much on the reading table.

V.A., Chris Morgan (ed.)mb0.28
Happy Endings: The Tales of a Meaty-Breasted Zilch

Hard to believe this guy's a comedian, because this books is a good joke you can hear once, and it's good. And then it's repeated til the second book cover. It functions more like a friend one know well, whose stories all bare a certain tinge, nuance, flavor, that you enjoy, but recognize from afar and whose end you can spell out.

Jim NortonMp1
Empire of the Sun

Too mild. More historical through a child's eyes, than good fiction. Too sentimental, or human, or what would be a better way of putting? Normal, predictable? Were the war, world, characters all fictional, I'd've not cared and dropped it before the hour-mark.

J.G. Ballardmb1
Think Like a Cat: How to Raise a Well-Adjusted Cat, Not a Sour PussPam Johnson-Bennett♀ap0.01

I really could not bring myself to caring about anybody or anything within the first 1.5h of the audiobook. It's boring and bland.

Victor Bevineb0.18
Stillness is the KeyRyan HolidayKam0.2
The Family Next Door: The Heartbreaking Imprisonment of the Thirteen Turpin Siblings and Their Extraordinary Rescue

If you were paid attention at the beginning, you'd know how it ends. I hate it when true crime novels-, I had to, had to look back to see who that other fucking author was who did this-, I WAS JOHN GLATT, FUCK YOU, JOHN GLATT. He did this with 'Secrets in the Cellar', now this. Just take out the apex of suspense and use it as book cover, ffs. The suspense-release method of moving 'plot' (or music, content, etc.) forward works in a monotonally increasing fashion up to the ultimate release, the climax of the piece. Given the peak-end rule, it puzzles me how this twat's editors would allow such a readers-trust-destroying, money-wasting, author-infamy-building thing to go through twice.

John Glattmwp1
A Confederacy of Dunces

From the foreword already I'm hooked by the irrelevant to the book backstory of the author. From the first paragraph, it's a style of writing that regales me. Witty, good storytelling. Being a text phonetically written out in an accent - here, New Orleans'-, though understandable unlike trainspotters (or -watchers?), which was irish or welsh; is also a bonus. Characters are memorable, distinct, colorful, but not unbelievable.
Very fucking based.

Now, this passage, albeit written in the 80s, demonstrates the type of thinking, at least superficially, present among modern-day lefties. Although satirical, somehow the author had had enough either fore- or insight, or had already witness this in his time. The ideas should have already taken root in American higher education then.

...As the magnificence and originality of my worldview became explicit through conversation, the Minkoff minx began attacking me on all levels, even kicking me under the table rather vigorously at one point. I both fascinated and confused her; in short, I was too much for her. The parochialism of the ghettos of Gotham had not prepared her for the uniqueness of Your Working Boy. Myrna, you see, believed that all humans living south and west of the Hudson River were illiterate cowboys or—even worse—White Protestants, a class of humans who as a group specialized in ignorance, cruelty, and torture. (I don't wish to especially defend White Protestants; I am not too fond of them myself.)

Soon Myrna's brutal social manner had driven my courtiers from the table, and we were left alone, all cold coffee and hot words. When I failed to agree with her braying and babbling, she told me that I was obviously anti-Semitic. Her logic was a combination of half-truths and clichés, her worldview a compound of misconceptions deriving from a history of our nation as written from the perspective of a subway tunnel. She dug into her large black valise and assaulted me (almost literally) with greasy copies of Men and Masses and Now! and Broken Barricades and Surge and Revulsion and various manifestos and pamphlets pertaining to organizations of which she was a most active member: Students for Liberty, Youth for Sex, The Black Muslims, Friends of Latvia, Children for Miscegenation, The White Citizens' Councils.

I like to laugh from a non-human perspective, because from a human one, it's just sad, disappoint, suboptimal, grotesque. I'd like to laugh knowing I've never stated or opined (only to not be heard or regarded) and turned out wrong. I'd like to, but I'd rather be wrong and have humanity be better for it, others, the ones I interact with. But no. I'm right, but for my own sake, and I mourn for society every waking moment in the presence of others.


'Maybe your boy went to school too long,' Mr. Robichaux advised. 'They got plenty communiss in colleges.'

..Anyways, it's a great read, it's reread-worthy. No wonder it's a cult classic of the southern us.

John Kennedy Toole✔✔1
Value(s): Building a Better World for AllMark Carneyfg0.05
Children of Time

Decent concept, dull storytelling, and at that length - 16h abook, so ~2e5 words, I'm not fucking waiting for sub-par delivery. NEXT!

Adrian Tchaikovskybm0.42
An Ancient Enemy

No fucking clue what the fuck is supposed to be happening. With zero on-boarding, hearing strange names (jacobarian..?), etc. is off-putting. I thought alt. history was supposed to deal with real historical things, not made up ones. Regardless, without the text in front of me - and I shit sure wasn't gonna give it a chance with that delivery-, big no. NEXT!

Olan Thorensenb0.05

First story had this nice passage:

I rushed into the nearest newsstand and gathered up as much as I could find on the petroleum crisis and the nuclear energy hazard. I'd just decided to plane ticket for New York. 'Helluva world we live in, huh?' The proprietor was a thin black man with bad teeth and an obvious wig. I nodded, fishing in my jeans for change, anxious to find a park bench, where I could submerge myself in hard evidence of the human near-dystopia we live in. 'But it could be worse, huh?' 'That's right', I said. 'Or even worse, it could be perfect.'

That aside, these stories bore. The editor, himself a famed author in this direction, is enthralled however. I can't figure reconciliate what kind of a person would actually find these monotonous, drab, snoozefests, i.e., cyberpunk-, interesting. Or anything positive really. Visionary in predicting future technologies and/or ideas - sure. Entertaining, enjoyable, pleasant - no.

V.A., Bruce Sterling (ed.)b0.53
Destroying AngelRichard Paul Russob0.15
My IndiaJim CorbettB0.08
The Troop

Third novel of Cutter I've read. This one, like The Deep, is a 200m dart throw bullseye - 1. both characters and plot reek of believability, none of that bad writing shit you find in (all of) sci-fi; 2. the thriller/suspense aspect of whatever genre you'd classify this is one of the best. I've little experience to say what I think is best, but compared to everything else I've read, this is better: there's a monotonally increasing, dipping roller-coaster that culminates nicely and resolved all issues, ideas, etc. brought up. This is good fiction.

Nick Cutter1
The Emperor's ConsciousnessMichael Combsb0.03
Dead Inside

Often tries for dry delivery, but fails more often than not. The feel, or texture, the thought patterns are somehow wrong. Not uncanny, they just don't make sense. Maybe it's trying for gore/horror comedy..? However, nice little passage somewhat make up for it:

Self-awareness really doesn't mean shit though. It is, in fact, little more than psychological masturbation, and has about the same net worth as a wad of semen in a handful of crumpled tissues. No cockroach ever desired not to be a cockroach just because it knew it was a cockroach.


The two living girls I've been with never came at all, and my own climax was nothing memorable. The faint pleasure paling in comparison to the ecstasy I feel when I ejaculate into a dead woman. The dead have no expectations. There's no pressure for you to make them feel anything. I copulate with corpses largely because it is all about me. About the meeting of my needs.

Note—this is the most modern-day, brainwashed, cock-carousel, pseudo-feminist woman statement. Men, if they feel like it, take, they don't comment about it, they don't write in their journal, blog, diary, talk to their friend about it and lead month-long inane discussions.

... Shooting thousands of doomed children in the general direction of her dead and useless ovaries. Another benefit of my little fetish - no condom, no problem. I may very well be the most fertile man on the planet, but all my lovers are equipped with the best birth control the world can offer.

Halfway though, I'd say the biggest problem is characters are shallowly explored. Again, an attempt is made at dry delivery, but it comes off as... off. A lot more side-points, -experiences could've been explored similar to to Victor in Chuck Palahniuk's Choke. That was visceral, this was either harried to completion, or merely initial work of a new author. The third acts drags on retardedly, and has so much tacit/implicit foreshadowing, but puts re-becomes decent for the its parting breaths.

Chandler MorrisonMw1
Dirty Thirty

A cocktail of 1 part interesting, 1 part bland, and 1 part sad, frustrating and disappointing. I've only ever watched one Asa scene, I'm not into anal, or (pseudo-)rough stuff, or any of her strong parts. The surgery make her look fake, alien, uncanny, definitely all south of neutral, let alone arousing. Regardless, her name is recognizable and one can hear this or that over the years about her, the industry, specific other performers. So I was expecting to hear some depressing shit of 2. gen american immigrant youths squandering opportunity, being shitheads, and horrible people. Correct-o. I expected some cool, or interesting stories though. I know it's a profession like any other, but when you work with people you get to do more getting to know, more locations, more scenarios, i dunno. Likely, this is her very first long-form text. Says she wanted to be a writer before becoming an addict and even more of whore. The work is stereotypical of a woman - { aforementioned adjectives }; and either her nib has many miles more of paper to cover before something decent emerges, or, and this is subjective, I don't like autobiographical shit, esp. female. The repetition become more frequent, and predictability increments lockstep. After the first third, you can close the book content to not waste any more of your time.

Asa Akirambp♀0.5
In Defense of LootingVicky OsterweilGF0.01
The Law of LinesHye-Young Pyun♀b0.08
The Only Good Indians

For a horror/thriller/suspense novel - it's shit. I should've trusted my instinct, my disgust, revulsion at Stephen King's endorsement of this mediocre trash. Cut out three quarters, make it punchy, do something, for fuck's sake. Reads more like a a stereotypical midlife crisis - flirtation at work, bumps in marriage, trouble with family/heritage, increasing paranoia about meaningless, irrelevant shit. Pace is frozen solid compared to where it should be. And the reader? Bored, gets a middle finger. NEXT!

Stephen Graham Jonesbm0.48
Gods of the Dark WebLucas Mangumw0.5
A Man

Another boring Jap novel. Most characters are predictable. Up to the quarter that I'd reached, unexpected only was the main release in act 1. Beginning pages are way to rocky. Actual ground is missing, not 'rocky', if I were to continue with a metaphor of a vehicle driving you to the all the essential info of act 1. Also, way too many characters and plot points or lines introduced in too short a timespan. I'm not decoding bad writing. Even when I eventually caught up to roughly what was happening, it's still falls flat. I could wait for 'the good stuff', or actually get a good book.

Keichiro Hiranobwm0.25
Fears of a Setting Sun The Disillusionment of America's Founders

My kinda book, about highly intelligent, prophetic, endeavor-ous (coining this til a sub swims up), who were right about almost everything, and whom nobody listened to regarding matter of most import.

Today, one gets single-sentence, single-word, or, worst of all, emoji replies. Back then, good-faith discussion in long form, in 20-page letters was normal. Thought was expanded n-fold, refined m-fold both written and oral. Somewhere in the technological frenzy, probably since the invention of the telegraph (paraphrasing quote from another book): 'What the fuck does Maine care about Missouri?'. This book is also my first encounter with founders' texts. I do have The Federalist Papers, but the amount of monographs, epistles, speeches given by these four dudes astounds. I've ever only twice spoken in front of people, both failing either time from being under-prepared, and nervous (having failed the first time many years ago). My dude Hamilton gives out five-hour speeches, ffs.

I find the 4-four showcasing of only the currently examined founder's statements lamentable, albeit, it's supposed to be about their hesitancy, despondency, worry, not their correspondences.

Dennis C. Rasmussen✓M1
Future Crimes: Everything is Connected, Everyone is Vulerable, and What We Can Do About ItMarc Goodmank0.5
Epicurus of Samos: His Philosophy and Life: All the Principal Source TextsHiram CrespoM✓w1
Stop Saving the Planet!: An Environmentalist Manifesto

Nice critique and analysis of environmental problems and problems with environmentalists. Although it does get rather floaty after ~2/3, and becoming increasing irrational, petulant, and the type of person she was hating on beforehand.

Jenny PriceMgf0.9
Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media's Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption

Dangerously red-pilled.
Meticulous explanation of connections between key players in various high-level fields - us news, us politics, china, among others. The author does not know the actual nature of the virus, but at least he skirts around the issue, not paying it more than it's due. Little-to-no else was blatantly false.

Alex Marlow1
Fortunately the Milk

For children, I'd hope, outwise unentertaining and unfunny, and annoying.

Alright-y, months laters and in a better than then mood, I relistened and reread it, it's actually quite nice for a short story, family friendly too.

Neil Gaiman✓M1.5
Night of the MannequinsStephen Graham Joneswm0.5
Global Jihad: A Brief HistoryGlenn E. Robinsonbm1
The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success

Reading this at first, I was struct by new-ness of the ideas, or narrative presented. I looking up ol' Rodney in audiobookbay to find that, lo and and behold, dude writes exclusively about religion. Fine, maybe the complete selection elucidates the connection with religion—and it does. A journalist turned sociologist, currently some distinguished prof. of it at some uni or religion-oriented institute, he writes about rel. diverse topics, mostly human ones regarding history, Christianity, etc.: from wiki "Stark has written over 30 books, including The Rise of Christianity (1996), and more than 140 scholarly articles on subjects as diverse as prejudice, crime, suicide, and city life in ancient Rome."

My only gripe is regarding assumptions for the emergence of 'science' in the Middle Ages being due to Christianity, Catholicism specifically. I grant you, no other society with or without religion succeeded in isolation to getting to it. But, just because I wore a mauve sweater today and it didn't rain on me, doesn't mean that: it didn't rain elsewhere, it would have rained on me had the material or color of the sweater been different, or the article, or had I gone bare-chested. An affirmative conclusion from a negative premise. It wouldn't be prudent, nor expedient, to takes thousands of modern-day hunter-gatherers, and observe them enough time in similar enough conditions to allow for a development of religions, and a progression of that development - as he points out, Christianity is the (perhaps?) only orthodox (i.e., based on correct interpretation/opining) religion, whereas others are orthoprax (i.e., based on correct execution of rites and practices): Judaism, Islam, Taoism, and even pseudo-religions such as whatever passes for Marxism these days. It is logically fallacious to assert that it is the sole contribution of Christianity. That it played a big role, however, crucial even, is substantiated sufficiently.

The book is consistent through and through, covers history from around the 8th to the 18th century without unnecessary jumps; topics are chaptered well, and these in turn—well sectioned.

Assuming his references are in check (and I've no reason to assume they're not), this book deprives wanton 'debunkers' and agenda-pushers, most of which he himself points to whenever relevant. Well written, presented. I will also check out some of the titles considered heavily biased, and demonstrably false by ol' Rodney 'ere.

Rodney Stark✔✓1
Zombies, More Recent DeadV.A., Paula Guran (ed.)Bw0.09
Why Do Men Have Nipples? Hundreds of Questions You'd Only Ask a Doctor After Your Third Martini

I'm not layperson when it comes to medicine, but I'm also no ER doc. This is mediocre. Almost all of these questions are easily answerable from an old corpus of scientific knowledge, or from thinking rationally about them, scientific method, bitch. What a waste of time. Speaking of time, I've been thrusted longer religious sect pamphlets than this. A writer's and doctor's combined effort results in a pop-sci Q&A and old-wives-tales 'debunking'/explaining. Any search-savvy teen, non-idiotic teen could get to these answers sans the faux entertainment.

Mark Leyner, Billy GoldbergK1
Hitler: Anecdotes, Myths and LiesJose Delgadobm0.45
Great Again: How to Fix Our Crippled AmericaDonald J. Trumpkm0.85
Devil's Chaplain

Fucking snoozefest, atrocious writing style. At least put the good stuff up front, for fuck's sake. Waste of time.

Richard Dawkinsmwba0.25
Books Do Furnish a Life

Faux condescension, the wording of every fucking sentence, annoys to the bone. Nothing of worth is said. This is below trash. And so is Dawkins regardless of all his previous work.

Richard DawkinsAkpf0.13
Antifragile - Things That Gain from Disorder


One of these days, I'm gonna stop considering all self-help books altogether, same as anything by a woman, or in a series. And this guy's supposed to be fucking smart? Smart in extracting money from trash humans stupid enough to forfeit their money for this garbage. NEEEEEEEEEXT!!

Nassim Nicholas TalebwAPK0.2
The Dead Husband

Supposed psychological thriller writer. Yeah, and I'm a tram. I gave it, like, 5 chances, and it never fails to disappoint. Regarding the rating, as they say, if it walks like a duck, and talks a duck...

Carter Wilson0.02
Third Annual Best Horror Stories of the YearV.A., Orson Scott Card (ed.), Martin H. Greenberg (ed.)m0.65
Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment

The first quarter-to-third (or -half) of this book is extremely weak compared to Kahneman's other books, if I recall correctly (I'm not rereading that shit, yo.). To anyone who's had a statistics class, paid attention, and done the work, this is wholly superfluous. Is the intended audience really stupid people? Uneducated people incapable of autonomous thought? Children..? Similar applies to the quotes appended to every chapter. These often occur within paragraphs of their 'source', and if you've working memory at all, you quotes to half a page back are pure filler.

... which is my next gripe. So far, character count can but cut by half without lose of information or narrative flow.

Next gripe: unnecessary terminology—noise this, noise that—, and obfuscation of already perfectly clear concepts from statistics by changing established terms can or does confuse anybody who's ever dealt with them.

Lastly, there's is a slight not full woke, but clearly leftie-drone drag about race and sex that continues reappearing. My stupid nigga, stereotypes exist for very good reasons: because they are very often, on the whole, true or truisms. And whatever cards one's dealt at the start of life, one should blame, whine, and finger-point, but do whatever's in one's capabalities. Not all X arguments are platitutes as much as stereotypes, but therein you see the double standards (again). Also uses female pronouns for general and neuter cases (you, one, person)—I fucking hate this shit so fucking much.

Also fuck you stupid cunts for referred to the 'covid' thing as a pandemic, something objectively false by definitions of that word up to 2020, when the shills at WHO changed it.

Hm, anyway, it also struck me finally, namely that I'm a superforecaster (kinda?):

What makes superforecasters so good? Consistent with our argument in chapter 18, we could reasonably speculate that they are unusually intelligent. That speculation is not wrong. On GMA tests, the superforecasters do better than the average volunteer in the Good Judgment Project (and the average volunteer is significantly above the national average). But the difference isn't all that large, and many volunteers who do extremely well on intelligence tests do not qualify as superforecasters. Apart from general intelligence, we could reasonably expect that superforecasters are unusually good with numbers. And they are. But their real advantage is not their talent at math; it is their ease in thinking analytically and probabilistically.

Consider superforecasters' willingness and ability to structure and disaggregate problems. Rather than form a holistic judgment about a big geopolitical question (whether a nation will leave the European Union, whether a war will break out in a particular place, whether a public official will be assassinated), they break it up into its component parts. They ask, “What would it take for the answer to be yes? What would it take for the answer to be no?” Instead of offering a gut feeling or some kind of global hunch, they ask and try to answer an assortment of subsidiary questions.

Superforecasters also excel at taking the outside view, and they care a lot about base rates. As explained for the Gambardi problem in chapter 13 , before you focus on the specifics of Gambardi's profile, it helps to know the probability that the average CEO will be fired or quit in the next two years. Superforecasters systematically look for base rates. Asked whether the next year will bring an armed clash between China and Vietnam over a border dispute, superforecasters do not focus only or immediately on whether China and Vietnam are getting along right now. They might have an intuition about this, in light of the news and analysis they have read. But they know that their intuition about one event is generally not a good guide. Instead they start by looking for a base rate: they ask how often past border disputes have escalated into armed clashes. If such clashes are rare, superforecasters will begin by incorporating that fact and only then turn to the details of the China–Vietnam situation.

In short, what distinguishes the superforecasters isn't their sheer intelligence; it's how they released in a final version but that is endlessly used, analyzed, and improved. Tetlock finds that “the strongest predictor of rising into the ranks of superforecasters is perpetual beta, the degree to which one is committed to belief updating and self-improvement.” As he puts it, “What makes them so good is less what they are than what they do—the hard work of research, the careful thought and self-criticism, the gathering and synthesizing of other perspectives, the granular judgments and relentless updating.” They like a particular cycle of thinking: “try, fail, analyze, adjust, try again.”

To give the book its due: it is a nice reminder of what one must always keep in mind. Albeit, having a paper copy of Bo Bennet's Logically Fallacious would be more helpful than this shit, 9/10 times.

Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, Cass R. SunsteinKMw0.95
Atomic Habits- An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones

Same old garbage. Predictable, annoying, platitudinous, common-sense, unhelpful, waste of time. I won't again consider or download a self-help book. I'll rapid-fire go through every single one I've saved, just to reduce space and be content. Deletion s-s-s-satisfiessss.

James Clearpaw0.2
ShedrowDean DeLukebm0.29
How to Think Like a Roman EmperorDonald RobertsonKP0.02
The Neil Gaiman at the End of the UniverseArvind Ethan DavidM1
The Day of the Donald: Trump Trumps America!

Over-the-top parody/satire of the fecal fanfare that is US politics (be on a local or federal level, as seen by natives and foreigner from abroad and at home), albeit kinda leftie-biased, albeit not fully trump-derangement syndrome. Still though, all around good–great short, one-time read.

Andrew Shaffer✓Mg1
Mapping the InteriorStephen Graham Jonesb0.37
Ghost in the Wires - My Adventures as the World's Most Wanted HackerKevin MitnickApkjm0.48
Robert Hunter: 08 - The Caller

Found this in my dir whilst looking for some fiction, something to forfeit my mind to in pleasure. Welp. this Brazilian-born strange dude self-described as having been a criminal behaviorist/psychologist, been a 'musician' with famour glam rock bands (I've never read up, heard up, seen, experienced person describe themselves as such, rather they choose the more apt instrument-er/ist) and somehow settled from the US to London, of all shit places.., to become a (thriller) author.

His major work is 10 novels with an L.A. detective Robert Hunter in the 'ultra violent crimes' division. There are no clear ties, or feelings of missing something, regardless that this is the 8. one. All in all, is was alright or good. Two flaws in the writing which haven't been fixed (and I'm hoping aren't intensified retroactively) are that: 1. faux drama—a very toned down version of Indian soap opera reaction shots and utterances that are distracting, non-plot-developmental and inconsequential, and, worst of all, jarringly out of character (for the main guy, at least); 2. 65 chapters, really? slightly redundant with former point, but they're structured like soap episodes, all but the epilogue end on suspenseful moments, that I wouldn't always call cliff-hangers, not even author's teasing. Annoying if anything, because you don't get all the information at the same time, or even in the same chapter. This staggering messes with suspense-release on > tracks, which I'd call bad.

All that being said, given how shit the competition most often is, it a good thriller, or crime-novel. Gore good.

Chris Carter1
Robert Hunter: 01 - The Crucifix Killer

Going back 7 books, one really does see the author's progression. The plot is good, connected, and complex enough to still be enjoyable without too much concentration on details (with are provided wholesale only when author decides—the exact react why I hate A.C.D.'s Sherlock series), albeit, being a thriller you'd expect as much, Contains a lot more amateurish aspects, such as over-the-top/over-dramatized dialogue and moments; still has the same reaction shots from indosoaps, and simpler language use. Unless it's a chronologically consistent series, there's an ~13y gap between 00 and 01, which is unfilled. The main support also is much more of a comic relief, it's as if author wanted to be a soap scriptwriter, I don't get it. It's unappealing, distracting, and doesn't further anything. Looking forward to the 2–7 & 9–10.

Chris Carter1
Robert Hunter: .5 - The HunterChris CarterM1
Robert Hunter: 02 - Executioner

Compared to 01, much more complicated plot, and even though I paid more attention, the amount of characters (and you know author hand out only distinct, unique, hate-your-parents sort of names to facilitate remembrance) is ~4–5x that of 01. A lot less cringe, but the over-dramatized things still bug me. Given their presence in 08, it's likely a feature, not a bug, as Todd would say. I don't do good with history (dates), and names, much better with ideas, abstractions, actions, rather than descriptions. I think the following characterization will persist in all titles, even without the series: filler à la indian reaction shots, that is, exclamations (on the other hand, it makes it more cheesy, which sometimes works in its favor, like the new bitch boss of the police department with cliche overflow), a few catch-phrases that all three so far read have used 2–4 times, and something that probably has a name but I don't know it, namely, more or less "*overenthusiastic trailer/announcer voice: from an early age, this genius was abused (*echo* abused), he suffered trauma (..-ma.. -ma), and now, he's back for revenge!"—copy-paste with different extrema for for the main, support, and all villains. But it worth it, a nice plot. T h i c c.

Chris Carter1
Robert Hunter: 03 - The Night Stalker

Compared to 02, less interwoven plot, less characters and fewer plotpoints to resolve. Sadly, less gore and violence, too. Nonetheless, worth a one-read, enjoyable.

Chris Carter✓M1
The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left

I'd long thought about the American left (the European, British, and Australian follow suit with some delay) as cryptonazies and cryptofascists. I just didn't know how deep this shit ran. And how far back. Fucking hell. It is thoroughly disgusting what humans will do to each other.

This books provides the herd leftists' perspective in its best light—already abysmally wan—, and of some unbiased or intellectually honest, morally uncorrupt scientists/academicians/historians that just do their job. It's not hard to see the vying for power, control over others and the lying, cheating, stealing, covering up, minimizing and apologizing for used to achieve American cryptonazies and cryptofascists have utilizing across all playing fields when you see the results alongside the whole of of historical evidence, and the many side-by-side comparisons.

Hypocrisy somehow always materializes (within humans) to gunk up any and all human endeavors, true; I take that as a given. But mistakenly assumed not total incompetence, mischievousness, and hypocrisy of the left. That they had ≥one good deed, something of merit. Yeah, well, nope. The prominents play for power only. 'Career politicians' you could say, those exist on all sides, true, but truer of than than of others.

The book is rather neutral, the support I've noticed in the author's words or wording is that of Christianity (he does have a 1 or 2 books about why it's great regarding America..).

There has yet to be a single (more than a capitalist counterpart) successful state in the last 5000 years as far as I know. They degenerate, an intricate network of corruption is woven from the very top to the very bottom, lone cogs suffer, smaller groups suffer, the honest and hardworking suffer, the state rots, putrifies, and eventually dissolves, because excesses of the pyramid atop the pyramid cannot be upheld, but until then 'might is right', possibly beyond that as well, so long as the stupid unyieldingly stupid children are provided bread and circuses.

On point, not too breath-y, and based.

Dinesh D'Souza✔✔1
Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction

A deeper look into the superforecasters mentioned in Kahneman's Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment. Slightly rehashing, bc., I guess, it's hard to make a book out of a handful of paragraphs of good advice. Literally a single page. Still worthwhile for the many examples. Too much slog at times, too lay-centric.
Two okay quotes (the latter, which rends at every nerve cell every time I'm amidst the fucks daring calling themselves humans):

PULLING IT ALL TOGETHER We have learned a lot about superforecasters, from their lives to their test scores to their work habits. Taking stock, we can now sketch a rough composite portrait of the modal superforecaster. In philosophic outlook, they tend to be:
CAUTIOUS: Nothing is certain
HUMBLE: Reality is infinitely complex
NONDETERMINISTIC: What happens is not meant to be and does not have to happen
In their abilities and thinking styles, they tend to be:
CAUTIOUS: Nothing is certain
HUMBLE: Reality is infinitely complex
NONDETERMINISTIC: What happens is not meant to be and does not have to happen
In their abilities and thinking styles, they tend to be:
ACTIVELY OPEN-MINDED: Beliefs are hypotheses to be tested, not treasures to be protected
INTELLIGENT AND KNOWLEDGEABLE, WITH A “NEED FOR COGNITION”: Intellectually curious, enjoy puzzles and mental challenges
REFLECTIVE: Introspective and self-critical
The catch is that the Kahneman-Klein collaboration presumed good faith. Each side wanted to be right but they wanted the truth more. Sadly, in noisy public arenas, strident voices dominate debates, and they have zero interest in adversarial collaboration.

Philip Tetlock, Dan GardnerkM1
The Catalyst - How to Change Anyone's MindJonah Bergerkwg0.15
The Future of UsJay Asher, Carolyn Macklerm0.2
The New Climate War: The Fight to Take Back Our PlanetMichael E. MannGmf0.17
DetourMartin M. Goldsmithmb0.27
Robert Hunter: 04 - The Death Sculptor

Up til ~2/3 was weak, not as deep as the previously read ones. A lot less suspense and release throughout, and, say, 3–5s of the mystery/plot see the Sun rapid-fire within 2 chapters around the 90%. Less gore. Again, no character development as if, the first book was strongest there. You can make the case as with other detective novels, that cases happen separately, as if in their own Everett universe. Shorter too..

Chris CarterM✓1
Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left

This book was referenced in Dinesh D'Souza's The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left, and it goes over the history, motivations, ideations of the innumerable people, dead and alive, showcasing the many connections between any and all flavors of marxists—be it presidents, senators, judges, lawyers, students, teachers and professors, authors, journos, or just people— and fascism/nazism/socialism/statism from the 1900s to the present day. Dinesh's criticism about him barely equating them to nazis (perhaps because of the baggage, although national socialism is brought up many a time; more likely due to danger of being raked over by everybody in his circles..?) is apparent after a significant chunk of the book.

This book is so fucking thorough, so fucking thick with references and quotes, that I needed to section my time, being it feels heavy, the material, the implications. Tight, very tight.

Jonah Goldberg✔✔1
Robert Hunter: 05 - One By One

The slope from 3 to 4 was downward, and steep, but tolerable. This jump was in the same direction and of the same magnitude. We're not quite vertical, but it's pretty mediocre. Explanation repetitions, long wind, and the same issue plaguing 8, 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4. Another unused cast of characters. Too little action, gore, which are the only reasons I liked this series, I've not had any exposure to gore novels, maybe I should research and find some.

Chris Carterm1
The Age of Wood: Our Most Useful Material and the Construction of CivilizationRoland Ennosbm0.52
Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal

I like the jabs, and jokes. But I fucking hate jewry, and religious anything. The jesus char getting everything served on a silver platter, whilst whilst playing innocent is too annoying, to infuriating. These people should be shot. Given the current state of affairs at home, in the EU and US, there is little-to-no reason to tolerate this fuckery.

Great writer, bad topic, or too much worship. Fuck him for this. First ch moore book I couldn't finish, ffs. I'm

Christopher Mooreja✓0.17
Tales from SuburbiaShaun Tana0.1
Robert Hunter: 06 - An Evil Mind

Major game step-up. The last two were weak, as if written in financial need, or quick succession. What I dislike about this one is the incongruence within all significant characters: being professional, then - amateurish or childish; being omniprescient, then - surprised; keeping their cool, then losing it. Robert Hunter is not believable, but the killer, the antag, my nigga is not perfect, but very close. Very nicely constructed. As much as I hated all the predictable interactions between the 'good' toons with and within themselves, and their surroundings, 3–5-fold more was my pleasure in scenes with antag in control, with thing going according to plan, with the stupid fucks incapable of independent thought. Putting aside plot armor, hypocrisy (again), and inconsistent morality: it is extremely кино. Tad disappointing ending though. We need more authors with ball to kill off main characters, and let the 'bad' guys win. Not great for series.

Chris Carter✔✔1
Apocalypse and ChillNeil Bimbeaucw0.3
Version Zero

Nice idea, but either aimed at children/teens and/or very naively and amateurishly executed with a rather palpable left-wing bias. From main to support to accidental, all characters are shallow and predictable. Also has false allegations, and cringe-worthy, unwarranted jabs at Trump, the US 'right', and the older parts of internet culture. I'd bet top dollar Yoon is either very old or younger than myself, in either case both uninvolved and very unknowledgeable. He might have good intentions, but that's worth fuckall, esp. so when the both means and results are mediocre at best meanwhile disseminating unhelpful, baby ideas and motivations, and (re-)stating falsehoods. NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEXT!!

David YoonmGfap0.41
How the West Won

This book was publish 7 years after The Victory of Reason. Omitting some 30–40%, it often is an argument-for-argument and word-for-word rehash of it, especially parts 1 and 2. It is a broader topic, correspondingly accessing more resources, citations and references spanning a greater period. I'm still wary of the Christian bias, however well-substantiated and -referenced. I'm always wary..

Rodney Stark✔K1
Zeno's Conscience

I hate nearly all people within this novel. Pretentious, nagging, inconsistent. Other than human prediction and modelling practice, this novel offers nothing of value to me within the first 15%. Fuck you, Freudian shitknob. Fuck you too, Joyce.

Italo Svevoabw0.15
Dumb Luck and the Kindness of StrangersJohn Gierachb0.09
Standing in a River Waving a StickJohn Gierachm0.71
The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat, and Cheese Belong in a Healthy DietNina Teicholz✔✔1
Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence UsDonald Trump Jr.M0.89
Refugees - A Very Short IntroductionGil Loescherwb0.15
Robert Hunter: 07 - I Am Death

This was a treat, and it even had a bit of what 8 does. Great plot, and very nice and subtle twist(s) at the very end. Satisfying.

Chris Carter1
Clown World Chronicles: The human primate in the 21st Century

When one is this deluded, and wrong within less than 5 pages, the book would be an exercise in pointing out mistakes. I'm not teaching a class, and I'm not educating idiots, so that'd be less wisely spent time. Fuck you, Vince. Though I hope you learn some day.

Vince McLeodFG0.05
The Mood ElevatorLarry E. Sennwa0.05
Psycho USA: Famous American Killers You Never Heard OfHarold Schechtermb0.75
The Shadow Party: How George Soros, Hillary Clinton, and Sixties Radicals Seized Control of the Democratic Party

Cui bono?, or 'follow the money' - the book. Even though it was written in 2006, it explain in detail how Soros acts, and how Soros benefits. Quintessential evil jew, smart enough to use Marxism-derived shit to make money hand over fist over hand over... The amount of foreshadowing, prescience is scary. Or rather, it's been the same since the 60s (and earlier still), the intensification of everything, acceleration has been getting out of hand as if..?

David Horowitz, Richard Poe1
Bad SignsR.J. Elloryb0.05
New Found Land: The Long HaulAustin Grossman, Neal Stephenson, Sean Stewartaw0.04
The Great Depression and the New Deal - A Very Short IntroductionEric Rauchwaybk0.09
Travis Chase: 1 - The BreachPatrick LeeM1
Wasp Factory

Somewhat interesting story, or rather interesting from the point of view that it's a nothing author from a shit country with shit writers (about as much as Ireland) making a story about a sociopathic child/teen inflicting harm on various living subjects for no discernible reason other than plot. deus ex machina, divine intervention, plot armor, blind everyone, etc., all seem to be typical of 1970s–80s–90s whereversville, scotland. This is bad writing that's good enough for for somebody who occasionally reads, and has never thought for himself in his life. That some people might think this is normal sociopathic, or psychopathic, or any kind of consistent human behavior is appalling to me, but hypocrisy, that is, self-serving and often malevolent self-inconsistency reigns over most humans.
Great closing act, though.

Iain BanksMaw1
Astrobiology - A Very Short IntroductionDavid C. CatlingM1
The Mysterious Stanger and Other StoriesMark Twain✓M1
Travis Chase: 2 - Ghost CountryPatrick LeeM1
Kilgore And Co.Edo Van Belkomaw0.12
Titus AndronicusWilliam Shakespeareaw0.1
American Psychosis: How the Federal Government Destroyed the Mental Illness Treatment SystemE. Fuller Torreyb0.34
Travis Chase: 3 - Deep SkyPatrick LeeM1
Robert Hunter: 09 - Gallery of the Dead

Good enough, not as strong as previous two. Great reminder of why women should be barred from mens' work (and vice versa), and why emotions are mostly useless, unhelpful trash. Ridden with same issues as previous 9.

Chris Carter1
Kill Someone

Amateurish at times, it seemed to me, but I think, given the author's afterword in the audiobook version, this was perhaps what he sought. Not mediocrity but rather to provoke thought in readers, which he said would consider the novel's success. Would I have done better, otherwise, or the same? What it all have played out the same? Armchaim philosophy wouldn't help here much. The character supposedly were chosen such as to fit a particular never explicated profile (which I loosely gathered to be loser/failure with no desires/ambitions/achievements/prospectives in life).

The idea of 'choice and consequence' was explored in Chris Carter's One By One, and Sea Caummisar's Games, the former how, the latter both who and how, and more shallowly. The cuminating scene within Nolan's The Dark Knight wherein neither ferryboat decides to press their button to save themselves, however it may be rationalized or moralized, resulted in a great scene. Unrealistic as it may fucking be... All character sans main were believable, constrasted by the whiney, bitchy, complainy, mentally pubescent 21-year-old main toon. Then again, I'd be a ruler of one, had I my way. I'll give Luke the benefit of the doubt. I shot him an email, my second, he might elucidate stuff.

Luke SmitherdM1
The Executive OrderDavid FisherGBf0.5
The Enemy WithinDavid Horowitz✔K1
Down with Colonialism!Ho Chi Minh, Walden BellobG0.12
The Lost WeekendCharles Jacksonb0.4
David Kepesh: 1 - The Breast

The Metamorphosis but funnier and with more exploration of sexual matters.

Philip Roth1
The Overcoat

Although I fucking hate Russian literature, I've had Gogol stories in school lit curriculum, and have attended one of his plays as well. All I remember was 'The Overcoat', and that everything else was mindnumbingly boring. The audiobook version's translation is horrible (Isabel F. Hapgood, a fucking cunt a woman again ruins shit), given the amount of of existing ones. I mean, for fuck's sake, how often do you see beetles in the Russian winter indoors? From Kafka's Metamorphosis (in the original southern German), Ungeziefer would translate as vermin, pest, bugs, wild animals, how any translator would substitute a beetle in these' place and expect pay is beyond me.

Anyways, I fucking hate Russia. All of it forever and always, regardless, at this particular point in time A.A. is an utter loser, wholly irredeemable. Self-improvement? Nah. Status? Nah. Friends? Nah. Family? Nah. Hobbies? Nah. Goals? Nah. Et cetera. The Gutenberg printing press has existed from a some 200, 300 years and these niggas still be using copyists to further fatten to bureaucracy. I take this despicable story as a tragicomedy for weak, shallow men, losers.

Fuck Russia, and fuck Russians.

Nikolai Gogol, Isabel F. Hapgood (tr.)ma1
Alien: Covenant

Bit of a while it took me to make concrete wherefrom remembrance was nagging me. The latest Alien franchise movie is based on this very novel (or vice versa, who fucking cares). However, whereas it was exponentially underperformant compared to the already diminishingly returning Alien3, this vivifies that sterile moneygrab, redeemed by its visuals only. Even though characters were too numerous for me to keep track of (personal flaw stemming from difficulty to relate to human matter—my guess), they were distinct in their motivations, aliances, relations, attitudes. To me, that, rather than some rando future space names, made them.

Aboard the crashed ship and within the cathedral the movies hands-down outshines the book's descriptions. The latter's layout of the plot is substantially denser, more explicit, detailed (assuming it's the same).

Alan Dean Foster1
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

I first rest this on my kindle back in, say, 10. grade, could've been 11. or 9th. It was a big turning point in my maturation, intellectual and emotional. I took much to heart and unconsciously acted and thought accordingly for the following 4–5 years, or til around when uni started getting too involved, me depressed and bogged down by circumstance, etc. Proper focus lacks in my life currently. Feelings of overpowering loneliness and malaise and disappointment constrict me with shinking periods, blotting out hours up to the whole day.

So I thought it prudent to 1: keep handy this book as a .txt file; and 2: revisit the sole worthwhile self-help book ever written. This, I think, is something to keep in mind and not forget. And I've forgotten some shit. Fuck me, I know. Comparing to others in the genree, two things soar out. First regards quality: it's not pretentious, self-righteous, absolute, nor condescending. Second regards style: no baby language, no exercises, summaries, key points/notes/takeaways or other filler. It is curt, albeit the examples are annoying and unrelatable, and well-structured: example, thesis, argument, and possibly another example. The use of 'fuck' (or other explitives) is not too juvenile, more everyday, or tryhard so.

I'd recommend this book—more accurately, the first 25–50% of it—to anybody growing up, having problems, or having forgotten its advice.

Mark MansonK✓0.74
1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 ProjectPeter W. Wood1
Internal Combustion: How Corporations and Governments Addicted the World to Oil and Derailed the AlternativesEdwin BlackGfa0.07
A Guide to the Good LifeWilliam B. IrvineKa0.35
Robert Hunter: 10 - Hunting EvilChris Carter1
Liberal Privilege: Joe Biden And The Democrats' Defense Of The IndefensibleDonald Trump Jr.KM0.94
The Arab ConquestsJustin MarozziFG0.3
A Story of Us: A New Look at Human EvolutionLesley Newson, Pete RichersonFG0.02
Science and Religion - A Very Short IntroductionThomas Dixonka0.19
Humble Pi: When Math Goes Wrong in the Real WorldMatt Parkerkm0.96
Alien: Covenant OriginsAlan Dean FosterbAGw0.93
Humble PieGordon Ramseykm1
The HungerAlma Katsuwb0.05
I'm Dying Up Here: Heartbreak and High Times in Standup Comedy's Golden EraWilliam Knoedelsederba0.05
America: Imagine a World Without HerDinesh D'Souza1
Truth Bombs: Confronting the Lies Conservatives Believe (To Our Own Demise)Steve Deacewa0.1
Matter: A Very Short IntroductionGeoff CottrellK0.1
Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump PresidencyMichael WolffgfWa0.03
Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the EndManel LoureiroGfa0.06
I'm A Joke And So Are YouRobin InceGa0.04
127 Hours - Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Fucking hell, what an cunt this guy is. Everything opportunity in life, every chance turning out lucky for him, fucking hell, fucking hate self-entitled cunts like this, so fucking much. Fuck you.

Spite aside, descriptions were mired, beleaguered with a handful of words used frequently enough to produce a positive afterimage in my when reading other material. Barely tolerable.

Aron RalstonAbm0.91
Touching the Void: The Harrowing First-Person Account of One Man's Miraculous Survival

Along with 127, and The Abominable, this is my third book into mountaineering/climbing/etc. A true story as the former, but unlike it, well-written, more interesting and having more substance, consequence, and character depth.

Post-scriptum. Just now I understand why the whole plot seems familiar, namely, there exists an eponymous movie based on the book's events, that I've watched in the past.

Joe SimpsonM1
Death in Venice

The fuck is this—Lolita but with boys..? I fucking hate Germans sometimes. Lolita wasn't this cringe-worthy though, no, no. It took itself less seriously, this is supposedly serious lit from early 20. century. Kinda nice, but also insufferable.

Thomas Mann, Michael Henry Heim (tr.)MCa?0.85
The Deep RigPatrick Byrne✓M1
Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump LostMichael C. Benderkb0.11
Ever WinterPeter Hackshawam0.26
Go the F--k to SleepAdam Mansbachm1
Alien: AlienAlan Dean Foster1
The Basic Laws of Human StupidityCarlo M. CipollaKGaf0.09
David Kepesh: 2 - The Professor of DesirePhilip Rothja0.04
Think BIG and Kick Ass in Business and LifeDonald J. Trump, Bill Zankeraw0.08
Trump: Think Like a Billionaire: Everything You Need to Know About Success, Real Estate, and LifeDonald J. Trump, Meredith McIverwb0.2
Numbers Don't Lie: 71 Things You Need to Know About the WorldVaclav Smilmk0.66
The Secret of VentriloquismJon Padgettwa0.2
LolitaVladimir Nabokov✔✔✔1.43
The HuntingStephen Leatherw0.08
Tales of the Weird 3Tom Slemenw0.02
A Liberated Mind: How to Pivot Toward What MattersSteven C. Hayesmka0.19
The Mental Floss History of the World An Irreverent Romp Through Civilizations Best BitsSteve Wiegandmka0.39
Cracked: The Unhappy Truth About PsychiatryJames DaviesM1
Tell Me a Story - Science Fiction 1V.A., Paul Williams (ed.)m0.72
Unmasked: Inside Antifa's Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy

On-the-ground reporting, or documenting of marxist infantiles destroying property, tradition; injuring/killing police officers/civilians, and, ultimately, making everything worse for themselves and anyone in their vicinity. This is no historic look-back, scholarly or theorical work, as the other books on the subject that I have or have read. It's not new information, but nevertheless, the perspective it offers is one of a target and of just another blackbloc in the crowd.

Andy NgoMK1
I'm a Therapist, and My Patient Is Going to Be the Next School Shooter: 6 Patient Files That Will Keep You up at NightDr. Harperma♀0.43
The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump

Slightly one-sided biography. I get the drift once, and it keeping the very same every so often. Listening to Donald Trump Jr. talking about his grandparents was far more content-ful. The modelling world has changed much, if at all, I think, in the last 40 years. Despite the matter's potential, the author bored.

Mary Jordan♀mb0.31
How to Read and Why

If you're the prominent a writer, as your foreword suggest, you fuck, why does nobody know your name? Regardless, the advice seemed at first (didn't leaf through to confirm) to be based on the class of the work with 'short stories' heading it. I assume novels, poems/sonatas, etc., follow but it was dogmatic, authoritarian, pontificating, and one-sided. What some mean by 'academic' in its worse sense, is precisely this.
Inapplicable blather.

Harold Bloomwa0.09
The North Water

Surprised to a see a 'boat kino' I hopped aboard. HBO or NetFlix had made a series or movie out of this, I later learned—likely why the audiobook came out synchronously. The author's sole entry in libgen is our here title.

It has its moment, few as they may be. Some characters seem to be more black-and-white (mostly black) than what the real world presents, and I wouldn't allow a measly century or two to change all humans (in the book) into either cunts and saints. Being involve in the conspiracy exculpates the somewhat, but moral qualms or thought are more deficient the present nonetheless. Like a theatrical play, wherein everything is exaggerated, such that 6-year-olds can get the moral of the story, The North Water (title drop, lol), to me, seems more staged than plausible, only—the lesson to be learned is missing. Just a story.

Ian McGuireM1
The Beautiful Poetry of Donald TrumpRobert Searsgwm1
Atheism: A Very Short IntroductionJulian Bagginimk1
Palm Springs NoirV.A., Barbara DeMarco Barrett (ed.)W0.26
Real Food on Trial: How the Diet Dictators Tried to Destroy a Top ScientistTim Noakes, Marika Sboros✔✔1
The New GothicV.A., Patrick McGrath (ed.), Bradford Morrow (ed.)b0.44
Lethal KissesV.A., Ellen Datlow (ed.)bm0.58
Pop. 1280

Great example, imo, of style over substance. A grand total of nothing happens as if, characters are not developed, but built upon, revealed. The banal travesty of everyday life.
A haiku, which for some reason also has a rhyme, descibing my thoughts and feels about the whole thing:

Who, what, when?—you ask.
I don't really know, you see.
Nice grandiloquy.

Jim Thompson1
Dark MatterBlake Crouchmw1
Unexplained Disappearances: Bizarre Missing People Stories That Baffled The AuthoritiesJoseph Extonbm1
The Secret of Crickley HallJames Herbertmpwa0.55
Adventures in Cryptozoology: Hunting for Yetis, Mongolian Deathworms and Other Not-So-Mythical MonstersRichard Freemanbm0.81
Blood, Sweat, and Pixels: The Triumphant, Turbulent Stories Behind How Video Games Are MadeJason Schreiermk0.82
Press Reset: Ruin and Recovery in the Video Game IndustryJason Schreiermbka0.54
Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?Beverly Daniel Tatum♀fg0.11
Meateater's Campfire Stories: Close CallsSteve Rinellaba0.25
RecursionBlake Crouchb0.19
Addicted to the Monkey Mind: Change the Programming That Sabotages Your LifeJ.F. Benoistwa0.04
Lone Star RangerZane Grayb0.18
Asking the Ultimate Questions with the Great Thinkers of Our TimeRobert L. Kuhnwa0.12
F--ked at Birth: Recalibrating the American DreamDale Maharidgeagf0.16
A History of Heavy Metal

Rather malinformed, marxist cunt presents his opinions and the within the metal community popular, mainstream agreed upon views. Annoying for constantly spewing falsehoods and information that has nothing to do with heavy metal. Worthless if you've listened through majors and minors from the 50s onwards. Personally, I learned nothing, but needed something easy to listen to.

Andrew O'Neillmkag0.92
The Life-Changing Science of Detecting BullshitJohn V. Petrocellikaf0.67
The Man Who Owns The News: Inside The Secret World of Rupert MurdochMichael WolffM1
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: 13th Annual CollectionV.A., Ellen Datlow (ed.), Terri Windling (ed.)Wa0.08
Alien: Out of the Shadows

In media, book or movie, I've rarely come across a well-placed, well-purposed amnesia. This book could've been written aften all the rest were finished, and it'd've still been apposite, imo; it adds and never subtracts. Branching off the main storyline, this book connects Ripley to the events from Convenent Origins and Covenant, as well as, in the future, Sea of Sorrows. Nice toons, nice goons, nice setting, nice plot.
I'm an awful writer, are I not?

Tim Lebbon1.35
Forensic Science: Beginners GuideJay Siegelmk1
Dinosaur SummerGreg Bearbm0.26
Fooled by RandomnessNassim Nicholas Talebkwa1
Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory

First collection stories, of which all are good or great, I've read. Some remind of observational standup rountines: deadpan delivery, absurdist themes and motivs—it does well to color them without ever harming the message, and de-pinkifying them, fore they are all mostly love stories, love of one kind or another. Overall great.

I had annoyances with 2 stories, being gynocentric, -apologetic, and -enabling, also featuring degenrate human behavior as normal. Kind of 'leftie', but it's mostly skirting, and the majority of the stories' content is different from others I've read, and good despite the above. And even though others were told from the viewpoint of a female, which is a first for me (a collection of stories some 10 rows about I'd abruptly stopped for being bad, but was also from that POV and was so, so, so very weird, it'd been penned by one too). Lastly, fuck women. F-f-fuck women. Reading shit like this (part of how women are and men interact with women), in addition to seeing what the most 'modern', marx-ball-sucking countries have allowed them to become (they for political power and financial gain), I've begun nursing a rejuvenated loathing for women. Humanity and evolution weren't enough.

Raphael Bob-WaksbergM1
I'm the Man: Story of That Guy From AnthraxScott Ianm0.98
How to Solve a Murder: True Stories from a Life in Forensic Medicine

I didn't ask for your boringass, stupid, gay, inane bullshit life stories. Ryan Blumenthal's Autopsy: Life In The Trenches With A Forensic Pathologist In Africa trumps this ten times over. Not being from the faggot, nannystate British of the past 50–60 years gives him a bonus trump card to their weak and impotent 2 (assuming few if any card games value low-numbered cards).

Derek Tremain, Pauline Tremainba0.07
Men Without CountryHarrison Christianb0.15
Alien: River of Pain

WY made a colony on LV-223, where Ripley's crew found the delerict dog ship, the xenos, etc., Alien: the movie basically. Colonial marines and more xenos, but also kinda meh.

Christopher Golden1
Judge Dredd: The PitJohn Wagnerw0.11
Alien: Sea of Sorrows

Chronologically publication-wise the first to have narration (or just view point) from the other side, that of the xenos. Although the quality of mr. Moore's writing is below that of the Foster and Lebbon, about on par Golden, the storyline, taking place some 300y after the events of the Nostromo (or the David, trimonite mine planet, fuck me if I'm gonna read through 100 pages of alien wiki; also a GIANT fuck you for not have easily comprehensible novel timeline). Has some niceties about how humans fuck up everything, for everybody else and themselves, about the self-propagating and evolving nature of 'life', and other shit to think about.

James A. Moore1
The Best American Mystery Stories: 2000V.A., Donald E. Westlake (ed.), Otto Penzler (ed.)m0.92
On Combat: The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in PeaceDave GrossmanKwfa0.18
The Catcher in the RyeJ.D. Salinger1
Neanderthal Opens the Door to the UniversePreston Nortonwp0.04
Beasts: What Animals Can Teach Us About the Origins of Good EvilJeffrey Moussaieff MassonFGw0.35
The Power of the Powerless

This section deserves inclusion in its entirety. Dandily a bullseye's bullseye, especially post 202003xx.

IV Between the aims of the post-totalitarian system and the aims of life there is a yawning abyss: while life, in its essence, moves towards plurality, diversity, independent self-constitution and self-organization, in short, towards the fulfilment of its own freedom, the post-totalitarian system demands conformity, uniformity, and discipline. While life ever strives to create new and ‘improbable' structures, the post-totalitarian system contrives to force life into its most probable states. The aims of the system reveal its most essential characteristic to be introversion, a movement towards being ever more completely and unreservedly itself, which means that the radius of its influence is continually widening as well. This system serves people only to the extent necessary to ensure that people will serve it. Anything beyond this, that is to say, anything which leads people to overstep their predetermined roles, is regarded by the system as an attack upon itself. And in this respect it is correct: every instance of such transgression is a genuine denial of the system. It can be said, therefore, that the inner aim of the post-totalitarian system is not mere preservation of power in the hands of a ruling clique, as appears to be the case at first sight. Rather, the social phenomenon of self-preservation is subordinated to something higher, to a kind of blind automatism which drives the system. No matter what position individuals hold in the hierarchy of power, they are not considered by the system to be worth anything in themselves, but only as things intended to fuel and serve this automatism. For this reason, an individual's desire for power is admissible only in so far as its direction coincides with the direction of the automatism of the system.

Ideology, in creating a bridge of excuses between the system and the individual, spans the abyss between the aims of the system and the aims of life. It pretends that the requirements of the system derive from the requirements of life. It is a world of appearances trying to pass for reality.

The post-totalitarian system touches people at every step, but it does so with its ideological gloves on. This is why life in the system is so thoroughly permeated with hypocrisy and lies: government by bureaucracy is called popular government; the working class is enslaved in the name of the working class; the complete degradation of the individual is presented as his or her ultimate liberation; depriving people of information is called making it available; the use of power to manipulate is called the public control of power, and the arbitrary abuse of power is called observing the legal code; the repression of culture is called its development; the expansion of imperial influence is presented as support for the oppressed; the lack of free expression becomes the highest form of freedom; farcical elections become the highest form of democracy; banning independent thought becomes the most scientific of world views; military occupation becomes fraternal assistance. Because the regime is captive to its own lies, it must falsify everything. It falsifies the past. It falsifies the present, and it falsifies the future. It falsifies statistics. It pretends not to possess an omnipotent and unprincipled police apparatus. It pretends to respect human rights. It pretends to persecute no one. It pretends to fear nothing. It pretends to pretend nothing.

Individuals need not believe all these mystifications, but they must behave as though they did, or they must at least tolerate them in silence, or get along well with those who work with them. For this reason, however, they must live within a lie. They need not accept the lie. It is enough for them to have accepted their life with it and in it. For by this very fact, individuals confirm the system, fulfil the system, make the system, are the system.

Rarely is material so stentorian. Rarely am I compelled to reread, rethread, relisten, remember every almost every paragraph. Easily one of the most important books regarding politics for the 20. and 21. centuries, one worthy of rereading a few times.

Václav Havel✔✔✔2.33
The Curse of High IQ

I know, right?: the book. I'm around 137, give or take (not shelling out for certified, official test, although that'd be most accurate, by definition bc. it's normalized such that 100 is the baseline).

Although slightly announcing, I found the book describing a significant chunk of my problems in life from highschool onwards. Purporting to offer solutions, I didn't find any offered.. Mostly an encouragement to keep on doing the activity most likely to produce desired outcome. Pretty useless as a book, if you do or do not have the IQ score. At best, one, who is experiencing issues derived from having 1–3 standard deviations the intelligence quotient above the rest could, rather than repeating one's position and arguments therefor, suggest the forgetful parties to read through this short title to get their answers (for the umpteenth time).

Aaron ClareyMK1
When the Uncertainty Principle Goes to 11 Or How to Explain Quantum Physics with Heavy MetalPhilip MoriartyKm0.96
Time to Get Tough: Making America №1 AgainDonald J. TrumpK0.71

Amateurish work. It's like observing a person trying his hand at lying—details, interesting nobody, serving little-to-no plot purpose, tedius, being offered at every new location, character, plot point, etc. It's like watching people go about their day in anticipation of something, related to the plot of the book, happening. New author, I'd hope, but I'm not checking to get disappointed, enough time lost.

Michael Colewmb0.3
Daddy's Little GirlWilliam Malmborgm0.98
Fifty Shames of Earl GreyFanny Merkin, Andrew Shaffermwp0.81
Forensics: What Bugs, Burns, Prints, DNA, And More Tell Us About CrimeVal McDermidM♀ga0.89
Alien: AliensAlan Dean Foster1
The Illuminatus!: 1 - The Eye in the Pyramid

Now this... THIS. IS.—, well, not Sparta, but КИНО. With far re-enjoy value than 300, and as dense as osmium. It is the abominably cute and scrumptious, aborted fetus, diamond blade angleground to mellifluous, metallic, menarcheal (closest I could think of to an m-initiated word for red), matinal mist. Whose (you don't ask)? Mark Leyner's, via Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit, and Malcom Lowry's, via Under the Volcano, others too. More cum than eggs. (side note: I really need to get to reading stream-of-consciousness novels; these are too voluptuous) Update: Only, you see, it was written in the 70s US by prominent counterculter figures, so I (perhaps) predates both mentioned by decades. Schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder reside within as well, evidenced by inclement, tacit vicissitudes in who narrates; their mood; the date and/or time; and what the fuck is going on. Having no experience with such a case, I can't assess its aptitude in this, but, paying (strenuous) attention and sometimes going back a bit, I've yet be confused, or lose the plot, and it's very, very enjoyable. Point for style and substance. This is the first of three books that, according to Wikiepedia, best or most widely introduced Discordianism to the masses. I gotta saw, I'm hooked by some of it. Either way, it's great reading material for the likes of me.

The outside jokes, memes, old wives' tales, and anecdotes surrounding secret societies and various idolized founding figures, that one might've come across the past decades (centuries..?), take stage with a seriousness, absurdity, and hilarity, alongside platitudes and truisms about the world, its countries, its peoples. Various scenes are reminiscent of ace observational comedy; and much the rest is grob gesagt schizoposting. Absurdist art + mathcore, jazzcore, atonal speedcore all blended, poured into the good ol' textifier9000. Or some GPT monstrosity. R.A.W. won me over big time, I dl'd every article, book, or story he's written, and all the major Discordia works.

I'm enjoying myself more than I did with Lolita, but pausing much more often. It's so dense, fucking hell, like metal inside metal. I love this shit.

Robert Anton Wilson, Robert Shea✔✔✔✔1.2
Crisis MoonMichael McGrutherbp0.61
Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite

Annoying Yalie shite pointing out conspicuities about the American tertiary education system, and graciously proffering fuckall solution-wise. The hope tree bears naught for anybody (with a brain) having above common knowledge about the current sitch and, roughly, the history.

Really liked the below 4 paragraphs or the third part at around 67%. Claws on the door to the answer of how I feel about recorded thought.

But popular culture also gives you models for experience, and so does advertising. Fifty Shades of Grey, a Nike commercial, half the pop songs in the world: they tap directly into your id, submerging you in fantasies of pleasure. Who wouldn't want to live like that? The difference is that art provides you both the models and the means to question them. It demands that you read alertly, with your mind and not just your glands. What are the limits of living like Elizabeth? What might Stephen miss about himself? Does Holden get it wrong? Does Ahab get it right? If the liberal arts turn certainties into questions, the humanities do that, in particular, with ethical and existential certainties: our convictions about how we should act and whom we should be. Stories, says the writer Andrei Codrescu, are engines of reflection. Middlemarch, A Portrait of the Artist, Heart of Darkness, the Odyssey: literature enables us to think about our lives, just as it's been doing in this book.

Nor does that reflection only go to values. Everything we find in life we find in art. Ambition in Macbeth and The Sopranos, ennui in Chekhov and Fellini, marginality in Ralph Ellison and Arundhati Roy, and on and endlessly on. I have learned from Dante that love and hate are complements, not opposites (a good thing to know if you happen to belong to a family); from E.M. Forster, that liberal attitudes are often a cover for vanity and ignorance; from Mary Gaitskill, something of the ways the soul is manifested in the body. I don't know that any of those perceptions have influenced my choices, exactly, but they have deeply shaped my understanding of both myself and the world. Edmundson speaks of “the incessant labor of combining your own experience, taken in and metabolized by intense feeling and thought, with what you have acquired in books.” Art and life, back and forth, each illuminating the other, both together creating a self.


You need to know what people are—how they think, what they want, how they act—as well as something of the moral pitfalls of your own proposed interventions. (The law of unintended consequences is pretty much the governing principle of narrative art.) The humanities put back everything the social sciences, by way of necessary simplification, take out. Economics, e.g., the most authoritative of the social sciences today, informs us that people are rational actors, forever seeking to maximize their material self-interest—an assertion that would come as news to the author of King Lear, let alone The Brothers Karamazov. Only literature, in the words of the diplomatic strategist Charles Hill, is “methodologically unbounded” enough to show how the world really works. I've heard it said that novels are obsolete, that books like War and Peace belong to an age when information could be delivered only in extremely inefficient forms. But War and Peace doesn't tell you the same kinds of things that you can learn from a blog post or a Wikipedia entry, not even fourteen hundred pages of them. It needs to be big and complex because it's telling you something that's big and complex. It doesn't give you “information”; it gives you life.


“The most successful tyranny,” said Allan Bloom, is “the one that removes the awareness of other possibilities.” The past gave rise to the present, but it is also different from the present. It shows us that things do not have to be the way that they are now. It provides us with a vantage point from which to see that our conventional wisdom is just conventional, not wisdom—that what we think is natural is merely cultural; temporal, not eternal; particular, not universal. It offers us an exit from the present. It tells us that things change: not only don't they have to be the way they are, they will not be the way they are. The past, in other words, allows us to create the future. ...

William DeresiewiczKma0.75
Enjoy the Decline

Briefly going over some of the results of "democrats'" policies and decision taking effect in America throughout Obomgo's presidency, being succinct albeit lacking some argumentation (which can easily found in, say, Dinesh D'Souza's books), the book provides the likeliest circumstances with the biggest, simplest solutions and obdurate, infallible reasoning. It's also candidly based.

The same author's The Curse of High IQ would have been been served by this book's solid advice and suggestions over many a topic and issue, rather than bare explanations. I don't wanna say that this is I Know, Right?: The Book: 2: Electic Boogaloo, buuut it does majorly mirror my thoughts around various problems, and solutions and reasonings thereto and thereabout.

To quote myself—one ... [could] rather than repeating one's position and arguments therefor, suggest the forgetful parties to read through this short title to get their answers (for the umpteenth time). note to self: reread in 1y.

Aaron Clarey✔Mk1
Meat Eater: Adventures from the Life of an American HunterSteven Rinellab0.23
The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live WellMeik Wikinga0.11
Hagakure: The Book of the SamuraiYamamoto Tsunetomo, William Scott Wilson (tr.)b0.8
Happiness Is A Serious Problem: A Human Nature Repair ManualDennis Pragerjm1
Apocalypse MachineJeremy Robinsonwc0.09
Island 731Jeremy Robinsonmw0.47
Decadence: A Very Short IntroductionDavid Weirb0.95
Robert Hunter: 11 - Written in BloodChris Cartermp1
Year's Best Hardcore Horror: Volume 1V.A., Randy Chandler (ed.), Cheryl Mullenax (ed.)✔M1
MoonglowMichael ChabonB0.12
The Ages of LuluAlmudena Grandesmb1
Smarter Tomorrow: How 15 Minutes of Neurohacking a Day Can Help You Work Better, Think Faster, and Get More DoneElizabeth R. Ricker♀ak0.05
Everybody Is Wrong About God

An exploration of the question: why conversations pertaining to religion (almost) always go sour for either or both parties tacitly or vulgarly explicitly. A far greater divide than that resultant from arguing with a Marxist, which has been descibed aptly as two people in same cinema watching different movies simultaneously but thinking the other is watching, and indeed perceving (concentrating on) the same thing. This is like that, only the two people don't recognize they're both wearing VR headsets, and aren't even sharing the physical space, that is, they're arguing on incommensurable levels. Reminds why church and state are separate, and why church should be so when talking about community, education, morals, rites, etc. Clear-cut argument, well-written.

James A. Lindsay✔✔1
Year's Best Hardcore Horror: Volume 2V.A., Wrath James White (ed.), Cheryl Mullenax (ed.), Randy Chandler (ed.)M♀cw0.93
Tokyo Decadence: 15 StoriesRyu Murakamib0.26
A Horses TaleMark Twainbm1
Chasing The BoogeymanRichard ChizmarWbm0.85
Way of the Wolf: Become a Master Closer with Straight Line SellingJordan Belfortpck0.25
Necro Files: Two Decades of Extreme HorrorV.A.✓M1
Zombie JesusEdward Teachm1.25
For Any Other TruthDenzil Meyrickb0.07
Chaos: A Very Short IntroductionLeonard SmithM1
The Bizarro Starter KitV.A.1.5
Ghost at DuskKevan Dalewc0.05
The LoopJeremy Robert Johnsonbc0.25
The Long Slide: Thirty Years in American JournalismTucker Carlsonm1
Retreat: 1 - PandemicCraig DiLouie, Stephen Knight, Joe McKinneymb0.5
Alien: Alien3Alan Dean FosterM1
Alien: Resurrection

Very nigga.

P.S. Fuck me, the movie was bad: Ripley looks like an aged skeletor with hair; all interiors are smothered in socialist drabs (brown and gray), whilst also looking decared older than the first Alien movie's; the cast are reduced to one-paragraph memecicles or themself, as if. The weird thing for me is that the novel came later, meaning from that did Mr. Crispin create this. And this is much, much better is showing each's motivations and desires, history, relationships, making them more intense and less stereotype-y or comical than the movie does. The costumes and effects used for the xeno are also markedly worse off—using as if multiple nozzles to drown their heads in what should be saliva, comes off as cartoon-tier sweating, their movements (and numerous camera cuts to clothe how bad it looks in 'action') and bodies look stiff and rubber-y/plastic-y, respectively. Perhaps it was rushed, perhaps money was unwisely spent, or was never enough to begin with.

A.C. Crispin1
Don't Know Much about World MythsKenneth C. Davis, Sergio Ruzzierkm1
Lies My Doctor Told Me - Medical Myths That Can Harm Your HealthKen Berry✔✔1
The Mask [I Pledge Allegiance To The Mask]Christopher Cantwell, Patric Reynolds, Lee Loughridge, Nate Piekosaw0.15
The Proper Care and Feeding of ZombiesMac Montandoncw0.06
How to Have Impossible Conversations

If ever there was a book for me and my oh,-im-so-gay,-i-wanna-foster-goodfaith-and-long-term-commitment-in-people, this'd be it. The unproductive, or otherwise stated, asshole-y, conversational methods, that I employ in real life, and much more so on the internet (evidenced by my 4chan posts and my neocities page) are featured in many a study by Peter Boghossian (et. al.), showing just how futile, counterproductive, and hence profligate, they are. Boghossian is a professor of philosophy, while Lindsay is mathematician-turned-critic-of-marxism's-newest-development.

The content of this book is platinum-gilded paladium. Written for man, period; not an adjective man, the this/that group. Advice within is wildly sane and applicable to any person with an IQ above ~80 for any conversation. I feel like I should be rereading every chapter, section, paragraph, going outside, and practicing with so-called 'people'. Some of it seems annoying or coddling, but so far with 3 people it has helped, albeit 2 of which were just more productive and not doubt-in-belief-instilling. I'd highly recommend this, and I'll very soon be rereading it.

Peter Boghossian, James A. Lindsay✔✔1
Year's Best Hardcore Horror: Volume 3V.A., Randy Chandler (ed.)m✓b0.83
Daft Wee StoriesLimmyb0.23
A Hangman's Diary: The Journal of Master Franz Schmidt, Public Executioner of Nuremberg, 1573-1617Franz Schmidt, Albrecht Keller (ed., tr.), C. Calvert BA (tr.), A.W. Gruner MA (tr.)mb1
The Genetically Engineered Pandemic

Concise presentation of the motivations and reasons (again). Ivor Cummins had a great podcast episode with guest Gabor Erdosi, who explained in more detail the virology and biochemistry in the latter half of it, and the chances of it being 'lmao, just nature, lol. accept the bat facts'. This was in March '21.

Peter Tremblay✓k1
A State of Fear: How the UK Government Weaponised Fear During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Having followed the situation in the UK and Ireland with Ivor mostly, little was new to me, information-wise. Reading it in a single sitting—well, two actually, since it's so fucking depressing to read what humans do to each other—, overextensions and overreachings, double standards, otherings, dehumanizations, privations, economic turmoil, etc. etc, etc., etc. But I did allow me some more perspective of the common man, since I am abnormal in a few ways. Written by a female, it only occasionally juts up, rarely even, she kept her cool and did, lo and behold, actual journalism by talking, inquiring, reading, comparing, etc.

Laura Dodsworth✔k1
Eat the Yolks: Discover Paleo, Fight Food Lies, and Reclaim Your HealthLiz Wolfe♀agK0.15
Ghost VirusGraham Mastertonmwbg0.21
Alien: Isolation

Novelization of the eponymous video game. My second meeting with Amanda Ripley, daughter of best mommy Ripley, initial being in Sea of Sorrows name-wise only. While the backstory is plausible and fitting, and pleasant enough, the author doesn't explore new grounds, asks no new questions, and, apart from 'what happened with Amanda?', answers no old ones either. Kind of another 'WY bad' book, albeit more of them are, but at least they had some stuffing... I'd only watched a few playthroughs and speedruns of the game, so I was familiar with the architecture, the setting, the plot, the characters. Again, compared to the game, the book did a poor job of describing various structures, whilst providing unncessary details to other things, like people. The joes were uncanny or sinister enough. *sigh* If more liberty were taken and he'd strayed a bit from the game, awkward scenes could've tacitly been omitted for the better.

Keith DeCandidoM✓1
The Dead StudentJohn Katzenbachmb0.25
Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How

Uncle Ted book. Examines the characteristics of successful and un-such revolutions/activist things. Of course, propaganda to a degree, but also an educational handbook for how to organize movements. Although I don't think an anti-tech revolution is ever to happen, since what the fuck is a technology and who fucking decides, and all that jazz, just creates more problems than it solves. And given the problem-solving nature of engineers and scientists all around the world for the last several thousand years, I'm sure that them knocking their head against the reinforced concrete will eventually suggest a weak spot, as it has in the past. Kinda sad to see him citing the same things, it's as if the penitentiary won't lend out books, or inquire for more.

Theodore J. KaczynskimGb0.9
The October List

Nice premise for a book: chapter delivery in reverse, that is, reverse chronological plot unvealing. However, it's a fucking woman again and shit revolving around her, her child, and the cucks orbiting this slovenly whore. Fuck you, Deaver.

Jeffery Deaverwapb0.08
Dead SetRichard Kadreyb0.06
The Naked and the Dead

Sweet mother of fuck:
Horrible writing.

Norman MailerBw0.03
The House of a Hundred Whispers

How not to tell a story: 1. take your damn-ass time unrolling the exposition with your impotent tiny, gay, woman hands; 2. extend coversations for filler with shit nobody cares about. I was play a game while listening to this, otherwise I'd've launched much sooner. That being said, every minute of the first 1.5h I was reconsidering quitting. This being my second chance to the author of Ghost Virus—decent premise, bad execution. This guy is 2 for 2, you could say this is his 'style', unappealing as it may be for me. I'd rather not know how it ends, than have to endure more of this pussyfooting.

Graham Mastertonmwb0.56
Year's Best Hardcore Horror: Volume 4V.A., Randy Chandler (ed.), Cheryl Mullenax (ed.)M1
The Nightmare Collection: Volume 1Lee Mountfordwp0.15
Death By Food Pyramid: How Shoddy Science, Sketchy Politics, and Special Interests Have Ruined Out HealthDenise Minge✔k1
The Switch HouseTim Meyerwp0.31
That's Your LotLimmym0.6
10 Percent Human: How Your Body's Microbes Hold the Key to Health and HappinessAlanna CollenKm0.91
You See the Monster

My third book from this dude. Indirectly centered around emotion (and controlling them or making use of them) and, vaguely, a few ideas. All (natural) characters drag mental baggage with every step of the plot, struggling til the end, wherein all is resolved. I find the character all unexceptional, normal, maybe a third of a standard diviation above the nation's average, but certainly not bright. The ideas of both tacit and explicit complicity in 'evil' and 'horrors', of rules, and of overaching, bigger-than-thyself things were well trod. I didn't enjoy the content as fully perhaps because 1. I'm so emotionally distant, or numb, or rational (whatever that means; think the word's lost all meaning nowadays...); 2. Smitherd's vocabulary isn't either well-utilized, or well-suited for horror, or tension: local climax felt improperly heightened/intensified; 3. people.

Luke Smitherd✓M1
World War C: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic and How to Prepare for the Next OneSanjay Gupta, Kristin LobergFG0.02
Zero Lives RemainingAdam Cesare1
Clown in a Cornfield: 1Adam CesareM✓p1
ExponentialAdam Cesarempb0.48
I See YouGregg HurwitzM1
Roanoke: Solving the Mystery of the Lost ColonyLee Millerb0.16
The Nowhere ManGregg Hurwitzc0.04
The SurvivorGregg HurwitzM✓p1
The Con SeasonAdam Cesaremb1
Darkness on the Edge of TownBrian Keenecpmb0.42
Don't Look BackGregg Hurwitzap0.05
The Dying CitizenVictor Davis Hanson✓k1
It's Only Slow Food Until You Try to Eat It: Misadventures of a Suburban Hunter GathererBill Heaveympc0.21
You Might Be a Zombie and Other Bad News: Shocking but Utterly True FactsCracked.commk1
Legion versus PhalanxMyke ColemB0.48
The Driver's Guide to Hitting PedestriansAndersen PruntyM1
DeliveranceJames Dickeymb0.52
Alien: EchoMira GrantWpga0.08
Far NorthMarcel Therouxmbw0.15
Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community

A wealth of information collated. Book itself slighty bores, given the format of 'year/s relative inc/dec, possible reasons' ad solitum vomitum. Although not presented as such, it well may (help to) explain many a trend in the US, as well as other countries. I'm no statistician, certainly I'm the doing the work of looking up all data sets and seeing if all the controlling supposedly done was proper, but it seems more true than false on most accounts.

Robert D. PutnamMb1
Before and LaughterJimmy Carram0.28
Eat Fat, Get Thin: Why the Fat We Eat is Key to Sustained Weight Loss and Vibrant HealthMark HymanKwm0.5
The Bomb MakerThomas Perrympc0.34
InterceptsT.J. Paynem1
Should the Tent Be Burning Like That?Bill HeaveyM1
San Fransicko: Why Progressives Ruin Cities

Wholly missing the point and shilling ineffective, self-destructive politics using faulty, objectively wrong reasoning. Fuck you for ruining the one country that could've be good on this shithole of a planet.

Michael ShellenbergerKgfmb0.48
Suspect ZeroRichard KadreyM1
Under the Volcano

Stream-of-consciousness: I'd seen the cover many a time on in /lit/ threads, knew of the style just like 'slam poetry'. Only later did I realize I'd read something similar quite some years back, about a dude that got drunk in a Mexican tavern, went through an attic door inside it, ended up in a whimsical, nonsensical world, that ends up merely a mirror of the real one—politics, sex affairs, sexes' affairs, feuds and wars, clashes, revolutions and resolution, youth and senility: same package, different wrapping.In the drinking aspect, Mexican'ness, and partially the writing style, it is similar, although I cannot remember that novel's title (and I checked out all of wikiepdia's novels set in Mexico in addition to 3 other lists).

Anyhow... I was listening to the abook and thoroughly enjoying it, but doing other things and among 3–4 other reads, aaand I'd lost the plot. . . Downloaded the source material and will slowly redo the experience. (batman scene segway music) *tarada dadada daaaa* It's, like, 5–7 (?) months later. Gonna finish this baby.

Aaand, I love it. It's just.. lovely. A case of ob- and subjective attraction, absolutamente claro.

Malcolm Lowry✔✔✔1.61
Hell: Prison DiaryJeffrey Archeramb0.39
The Secret Teachings of All AgesManly P. Hallcmb0.13
The Color PurpleAlice Walkerb♀0.22
The Perfect Police State: An Undercover Odyssey into China's Terrifying Surveillance Dystopia of the Future

The dystopian future isn't a future. It's has been happening for at least years already. And it's being legalized, uncontensted, unprostested, even accepted, in most of the rest of world: North and South American, Europe, Asia, Oceania (Africa has other problems on its hands). Since some 2e8 weren't enough, let's see if just how many really have to die to get there–-the no place. A must-read.

Geoffrey Cain✔✔1
The Amityville HorrorJay Ansonwc0.08
Year's Best Hardcore Horror: Volume 5V.A., Randy Chandler (ed.), Cheryl Mullenax (ed.)M1

Mystery, bizarro, love story under guise of horror. Very neat and very human.

David Cronenberg1
The CollectorJohn FowlesM✓1
The DoorJohn Holtpmw1
Confessions of a BooksellerShaun Bythellmab0.55
If You Didn't Bring Jerky, What Did I Just Eat?: Misadventures in Hunting, Fishing, and the Wilds of SuburbiaBill HeaveyM0.93

The book very lighty explores these themes: race, guilt, duty, respect, entertaining of ideas; sex and love and trustfulness some. I don't know if on purpose, but the future written is filled with misinformation, agenda about the environment, energy and various matters pertaining the that, hence the G.

Piers AnthonyMg1
I Think You'll Find it's a Bit More Complicated Than ThatBen Goldacrekamb0.75
Dirty WeatherGregg Hurwitzm1
The PlagueAlbert Camus1
The Iceman Always Comes on TuesdayJames Massew0.16
Fourth Turning: What the Cycles of History Can Tell Us About America's Next Rendezvous With Destiny

Over the past week I had heard references to both Neil Howe and the 'fourth turning', so I looked into it. Written in '97. In the introduction both authors are oblivious or could not have then named the marxist forces behind the show, which makes for an innocently neutral look on the (then) present.

William Strauss, Neil Howe1
Mine!: How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our LivesMichael A. Heller, James SalzmanM1
The Very Hungry CaterpillarEric Carlem0
ControlMatt ShawMw1
PornMatt Shawmw1
WhoreMatt ShawMw1
Wheat BellyWilliam DavisM✓1
ConsumedMatt Shawmw1
ClownMatt ShawMw1
Don't ReadMatt Shawmpw1
SeedMatt Shaw✓M1
The Cabin: 1 - The CabinMatt ShawMWP1
The Cabin: 2 - AsylumMatt ShawMWP1
12 StepsIain Rob Wrightmp1
Zero Hour: Omnibus EditionEamon Ambrosewc0.2
Beginning of Infinity: Explanations that Transform the WorldDavid DeutschkapM1
The Midwich CuckoosJohn WyndhamM1
The Mariana TrenchMatt Shawmpw1
The Sovereign Individual: Mastering the Transition to the Information AgeJame Dale Davidson, William Rees-Mogg1
And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their TanksJack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs1
Trouble with LichenJohn WyndhambaM0.76
Sick BastardsMatt Shawmpw1
SickER BastardsMatt Shawmw1

I've seen author's name a few times only, I now see why. His work regards child exploitation and pornography, and sexual deviancy, depravity, deformation, and degeneracy in a rapid-fire onslaught of brutality that you can't easily sell to 99.9% of readers. The work is divvied into sections A through G, each pertaining to 1 or more real-world, (un-)solved crimes in America of violent and sexual nature, with questions asked by some combination of an attorney, a psychologist, and a female magazine contributor, then answered by the—and I'm guessing here, since some, if not all, the crimes are unresolved—, criminals, that is, Sotos himself, using appropriate language throughout. On that note, I know nothing of this man: he writes on this topic exclusively, is handled by small publishers with few prints and often in scant quantities and editions, literally only Pornography is to be found readily online, conaining 5 'novels' of his from '91–00, this being the first of the lot. I quite enjoyed the style, the brutality, and I think he did a few good job at trying to get into the heads of such individuals, I don't know how or why, but I would like to know. I'm actually considering dropping real money on this guy, but I really do not want to deal with physical media.

Peter Sotos1

More an alternative history novel, wherein NatSoc Germany 'wins' WWII, than a detective one, with the majority of the plot focus on events that took place. Eerily similar to present day China and its Uyghurs, or post-revolution Russian. In real life, national socialism's and fascism's apparaent mogging of everything attempted in the East (bolshevism, menshevism, leninism, trotskyism, communism, stalinism, socialism, maoism, juche), I think, is due to both nations' prosperity beforehand (compared to despotic, feudalistic states) rather than the ideoligy, and certainly not any latent demographic superiority (the amount of decent to good or great citizen expelled, expropriated, or exterminated German citizens, let alone the conquereds' ones could have been used for the good of the many—instead potential was lost, for the worse of all). Does the ideas of national socialism justice in presenting them honestly, and American leftists' flirtations with them. A nice book on totalitarianism and authoritarianism.

Robert Harris✔✓1
Darkness VisibleWilliam Styroncm1
A Place So Wicked

Yet another touch upon the ideal-for-a-scapegoat idea explored in Ursula K. Le Guin's The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas, or 1 or 2. Argueably, Huxley's Brave New World and—,wait a sec, this has remained unfinished quite a bit 20211221–20220212, anyways, it was fine.

Patrick Reumanm1
Child of GodCormac McCarthy1
My Deadly ObsessionMatt Shawm1
Irene's CuntLouis AragonM1
The Adventures Of Jean-Fuck The CockLouis AragonM1
BittenMatt Shawmp1
My FamilyMatt ShawM1
Psychopath for HireMatt Shawbm0.6
8d6Robert Bevanmbp0.36
48 Hours to KillAndrew Bourellem1
Trolley No. 1852Edward Lee1
God's DemonWayne BarloweMpw0.76
Rotting Dead F*cksMatt Shawwpbm0.68
ICUEdward LeeM1
Grub-GirlEdward Lee1
GoonEdward Lee, John Pelan1
In and Out the Garbage PailFrederik Perlsw0.1
Going MonsteringEdward Lee1
The CavernAlister Hodgemwb1
Infected: 1 - InfectedScott Siglerw0.36
An Economist Walks Into a Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand RiskAllison Schrager♀wp0.33
Florida Man: 1 - Florida ManMike BaronM1
The Stick WomanEdward Lee1
Florida Man: 2 - HogzillaMike Baronm0.62
LazyPeter Sotos1
Pendragon: 08 - The Pilgrims of RayneD.J. MacHalem1
Bedtime Stories For CynicsV.A.m0.92
Pendragon: 09 - Raven RiseD.J. MacHalem1
Pendragon: 10 - The Soldiers of HallaD.J. MacHalem1
Twelve Days of Winter: Crime at ChristmasStuart MacBridem1
Every Tool's a HammerAdam Savagem0.95
Sleep DisorderJack Ketchum, Edward Lee1
Crime at ChristmasV.A., Jack Adrian (ed.)m1
Couple Found Slain - After a Family MurderMikita Brottman♀a0.06
Harold ShipmanRyan GreenM1
Columbian KillersRyan GreenM1
Fred and Rose WestRyan GreenM1
The Kurim CaseRyan GreenM1
More Bedtime Stories For CynicsV.A.0.18
GhoulsEdward Lee1
Brain Cheese BuffetEdward Lee1
TorturedMatt Shawmw1
TEDMatt Shawmwa0.05
ArtMatt Shaw, Michael Braymw0.18
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeMark Haddonamw0.21
BunnygirlsSimon ArcherWcp0.06
Dharma BumsJack KerouacMAp1
Island of the Sequined Love NunChristopher MooreM1
Sexual HealingMatt Shawm1
The Lost SonMatt Shawm1
Keller: 1 - Hit ManLawrence BlockM1
Keller: 2 - Hit ListLawrence Blockm1
Love LifeMatt Shawmp1
Some Kind of Cu*tMatt Shawmwp1
Keller: 3 - Hit ParadeLawrence Blockbm0.15
Keller: Hit and RunLawrence Blockm1
Sacré BleuChristopher MooreM1
Butcher RoadJon Athan✓M1
Mr. SnuffJon Athan✓M1
A Phantom PassionJon Athanm1
Do Not DisturbJon AthanM✓1
10 DaysJon AthanM1
Camp BlazeJon AthanM1
The Abuse of Ashley CollinsJon AthanM✓1
The Social Media MurdersJon AthanMpa1
Chip Harrison: 1 - No ScoreLawrence BlockM1
Chip Harrison: 2 - Chip Harrison Scores AgainLawrence BlockM1
Chip Harrison: 3 - Make Out ♀ith MurderLawrence Blockm1
Chip Harrison: 4 - The Topless Tulip CaperLawrence Blockmb0.6
Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of ConsciousnessHenri Bergsonmwb0.66
An English MurderCyril Harem1
The Poisoned Chocolates CaseAnthony Berkeleyam0.28
A Family of ViolenceJon Athanmpw1
The Late Night Horror ShowBryan Smithwpbm0.23
The Palm Beach MurdersJames PattersonWbm0.42
The NoiseJames Patterson, J.D. BarkerW0.05
John Wayne Gacy: Defending a Monster

The other book I did on Gacy went into detail criminal and or deviant aspects followed by dull milksop. This one, however, portays a human being, presents a whole lost that had being covered by autorney-client privilege, but that Gacy wanted eventually told by said autorney, the author. Interesting character study, characters. Good read.

Sam Amirante, Danny BroderickMm1
Heliogabalus; or, the Crowned Anarchist

So, second book around, The Golden Apple of the Illumiunatus! trilo, references haven't been eluding me as much, and I've also attempted to acquire any other readables. Well, this is one of them, so I read it. Context matters a lot in history, and this cunt's life and years before that were filled with happenings, that aren't what I came for, aren't debauchery, perversion, ruination, etc. It was interesting, but I also have a hard time keeping track of many, isonomic or similarly enough named people. The interpretations are interesting and would warrant some thought, but as a book it's not great, nor as a textbook, it reads like an long essay.

Artonin ArtaudM1
Fat ChanceRobert H. Lustig✓kM1.15

An Arctic station full of brilliant female scientists—yeah, right—who inevitably fuck up everything—ok, hauling ass back to reality. Boring backstories of the uncredible 'people' there, every 1–2 chapters are cramming unneeded, unwanted information about unlikeables, telling, not showing, whilst also fucking up the suspense curve, which is wrong for the whole fucking book. The present-day part you can foretell wholly, just bad writing everywhere, not a single thing done properly. The idea of the novel is almost passable, but its gradual turn to schlock, (bad) cheese, and (ill executed) cliches made for just more disappointment.

Michael McBridemwp0.75
The Stranger

My second read, first being the in-the-foreword-somewhat-beshaded one, translated by Stuad Gilbert some years ago. I have both copies, and I compared a few pages. Although I prefer this one's wording and vocabulary, the discrepancies are subtle. The book itself is one I take to heart, about acceptance, about the absurdity of life, of things happening and us going along with them, about shit happening. Could have been of a person doing the exact opposite and likewise caring little.

Albert Camus, Matthew Ward (tr.)1
The Power of Body Language:An Ex-FBI Agent's System for Speed-Reading People

Useful knowledge if you have to time to study the people, or have recordings of them, or good photographic memory. Some of information is obviously biased and or false/outdated, and I think the author has left omit a not insignificant of failures and embarrassments for himself and his agency. A nice read nonetheless, if one's collating such information from other sources.

Joe NavarroMKf1
Handling the UndeadJohn Ajvide Lindqvistbm0.26
A House in the CountryMatt Shawmbpw1
Cannibal Jungle

A tribute to 80s horror/gore flicks à la Cannibal Holocaust. Suspense-release-wise, it does very well, taking many hints from 1987's movie Predator. People die, well, they all die, but it's satisfying most often, not cheap, and all people seem reasonably plausable. Short and sweet, like his other novels.

Jon Athan✓M1
The Death Wish GameJonathan ChateauWmg0.59
To Kill A Droid

Uuuh, David Cage's Detroit: Become Human much? However, this was released 2 years prior thereto, and it's actually good, specifically by not ham-fisting you another person's childish moral views via good/evil binary choises. I think, Cage may in bulk buy books, written by indie, unknown, and or new authors, for the total price less than that of a single one by a mediocrely known author. He'd go through them until an idea grabs him, he'll do minor alterations to fit his worldview, change the names, and wa la, a David Cage cage.

Most of Jon Athan's works reside around 40k words, this being one of the very few going to 55k, however, it suffers a few problem. Namely, the harried second half or second and third thirds, leaving no room for showing or telling, character development—you could say, these are androids and this is the future, hence rumination would be a calculation, possibly a recheck at a later time, no 'sleeping on it'. Bladerunner 2077 asks/challenges some of the same or similar enough questions/ideas, as does Cage's Detroit, albeit poorly, but the former's pacing is spot-on, latter's—goes from okay, to bad, to wtf?. Otherwise, a great read.

Jon Athan1
9 Months TrilogyMatt Shawmpw0.54
This Is My Funniest: 1V.A., Mike Resnick (ed.)1
Hardwired: 2 - Voice of the WhirlwindWalter Jon Williamsmb0.06
Naked Statues, Fat Gladiators, and War ElephantsGarrett Ryanm1.15
No Place To Go: How Public Toilets Fail Our Private NeedsLezlie Lowegm0.22
Tesla Prime and the Regulus EventDouglas Equilswpm0.54
EffacementHieronymus Hawkeswm0.25
Lincoln in the BardoGeorge SaundersW0.06
People Who Eat Darkness

Written by a journalist, you can tell, it's fairly biased. It came in an ~ 13 hour audiobook, often void of critical or crucial information, requiring >3.5x listening speed. Didn't warrant reading, because it's shit. More than half the words are inconsequential, personal tragedy made into milksop, i.e., filler. Information of about the guy is the most interesting, but it comes too late, you're already tired of this shit and just want to get over with it.

Richard Lloyd Parrymbpa0.91
Aftermath: Life in the Fallout of the Third Reich, 1945-1955Harald JähnerMg0.89
The UnwelcomeJacob Steven Mohra0.13
The Doomsday Mother: Lori Vallow, Chad Daybell, and the End of an American FamilyJohn Glattmb1
I Must Betray You

Historical fiction well done. Even though the writer is a woman—seriously, though, what the fuck, Baltic countries? You call those names?—, bad tropes of (present-day) female writing lack, leaving but a small bearing of romance and (over-)dramatization around the climax. The level of accuracy struck me, left me convinced half the book, I was reading a novelized autobiographical work, i.e., sth of a 49-year-old Romanian male. Welp, no, but her research was either very fruitful or he childhood in communistic L. and USSR day has made concrete the austereness of Marxism-based movements.

Just like Darkness Before Noon, though more detailed in the mundanity and grayness, stresses, fears, hopes, disappointments, and minute comforts of daily life, a vivid picture of the persons' lives is painted. I can appreciate how various characters' points of view contrast, depending on their end-goals and knowledge, and omissions, bringing nuance. The book jacket is all the summary you're going to need. No information is prerequisite, and not much action happens, or characters to keep track of, though you need only multiply the boy's, experience permuting lightly, by the whole population of Romania. A damn fine, serious, short read.

Ruta Sepetys1
All Heads Turn When the Hunt Goes ByJohn Farrisbw0.21
ShadowsJill Emerson♀wm0.28
A Woman in Berlin

In the very beginning of the book, when describing the bomb shelters' peoples' differing fears and practices, either of which unsubstantiated and or unreasonable, I was reminded of sarscov2's shits—double-, no triple-mask! cloth! no, pvc! 1.5m! 1m! 3m! etc. etc.; Funny how irrational stupid, content people become always. Anyway, listening through Harald Jähner's Aftermath: Life in the Fallout of the Third Reich, 1945-1955, a few books stood out, this being one of them. Harald's had the issue of being delusional at times, which didn't sit well with me, neither did its long bouts of nothing-saying. Anyway, around two-months' worth of happy-fun-rapey time, differences between early 20. century Prussia/Germany and Russia, and other European and Asian countries are made evident. In upbringing of children, in priorities of grown-up men and women, in pussy tightness (fucking lol).

Though a translation, the terseness of the German language and the author's heavily abbreviated/contracted and laconic entries were well-conveyed in English. As well as a fascinating character study, it shares the everyday man's—, or rather -woman's viewpoint, experience, voice. Not that much happens, but no 'boots-on-the-ground reporting' comes close to this: any one event—a distant katyusha launching or landing, an yankie bomber bombing, a drunken glare without parole in search of loot, a full bottle— has both direct and indirect consequences, provoking varying reaction in all nearby parties, all intensified, strung-out as the people are. I wish to read more of women, or men, or children, toughening up in somewhat grave or, at least, uncertain circumstances. This is no PoW tortured til blackout daily for weeks, no, but it's also no tea party.

Marta Hillers✔✔1
Come With MeRonald Malfim1
Stay Awhile and Listen: 2 - Heaven, Hell, and Secret Cow LevelsDavid L. Craddockm1
MineRobert R. McCammon♀ba0.12
Weapon of A.S.S. DestructionAlfonso Rachelmgka0.24
Face to Face with Serial KillersChristopher Berry-Deemwb0.83
SnowRonald Malfim0.83
Spit and DieJon Athanmb0.86
The Sweetman CurveGraham Mastertonmb0.22
Alien: Alien 3William Gibson, Pat Cadigan♀mg1
The Maltese FalconDashiell Hammettam0.13
Anything for a Quiet LifeMichael Gilbertbm0.15
Night ParadeRonald Malphima0.23

Extensively rambley, round-about-y, beat-around-the-bush-y, long-sentenced, long-winded, consistently inconsistent, on the fence and unsure. Even more stream of consciousness than By Night in Chile or Under the Volcano. It reads something like seventy-two village idiots, drunks, or towncriers unfurling the selfsame story, incessantly interrupting each other soon as present storyteller's fire suffocates, continuing? No, beginning anew, but you, you're sitting there, soaking in this man's story, unsure if it's one or all of them, you initially wanted to hear the ending, want him to get to the point, the crux, the resolution, any form of progression. I love it. Circles around? I love it. Also, writing a months or two after completion, it reminds also of Cormac McCarth's Child of God

Samuel Beckett1
Obeying EvilRyan GreenM1
The Truro MurdersRyan GreenM1
SinclairRyan GreenM1
You Think You Know MeRyan Greenmb1
Heaven CallingMatt Shawmp1
Watching, WaitingMatt Shawb0.44
The EndMatt Shawwb0.33
Diary of a Dead Man: The final thoughts of Ed BootheMatt Shawb0.2
The Last Viking: The True Story of King Harald Hardrada and the End of the NorsemenDon Hollwaybm0.49
Little HeavenNick Cutter1.12
A Big Boy Did It and Ran AwayChris Brookmyrewag0.16
All Fun and Games Until Somebody Loses an EyeChris Brookmyreaw0.01
One Fine Day in the Middle of the NightChris Brookmyreaw0.04
The Money Bible: Including the Ten Laws of AbundanceStuart Wildefag0.03
Parasites on ParadeLarken Rosem1
The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information OverloadDaniel J. Levitinkm0.96
Aliens vs. Predators: Ultimate PreyV.A.w♀m0.69
A Pillar of Iron

Lady's done her job quite well researching Latin sources, constructing an authentic, grandiose tower from which one sees into some 21 centuries backs with quite vivid everything. Quite long though, and goes into historical details I couldn't give a mite's ass about.

Taylor CaldwellMb0.44
The Tetris EffectDan Ackermanm1
The End of AliceA.M. Homes✔✔1
American MuckrakerJames O'Keefemk1
Game-Changer: Game Theory and the Art of Transforming Strategic SituationsDavid McAdamswk0.53
Season's Creepings: Tales of Holiday HorrorRonald Kellym0.69
Take Your Breath AwayLinwood BarclayM1
Dresden: Tuesday 13 February 1945Frederick TaylorM1
More From LessAndrew McAfeeKM1
Smellosophy: What the Nose Tells the MindA.S. BarwichBMw0.72
Bad AppetitesJon Athan1
Mason's TelevisionJon AthanM1
Volume Control: Hearing in a Deafening WorldDavid OwenM1
PossessionA.S. ByattMaw0.31
To Taste of BloodJon AthanM1
Vampire Hunter DHideyuki Kikuchi, Kevin Leahy (tr.)WCm0.21
Industrial Society and Its Future

Teddy K.'s magnum fucking opus. This being my 2. or 3. reread, I'd like to make some comments: Reads not at all like ideological merry-go-round drivel unlike some later works, but as an essay: claims are stated, argumented, exemplified. Barely does it read like a manifesto, especially for '95.

The name I find inapt, because it may well be argued that first-world countries are currently in the 'information age', that, or the later stages of the instustrial one scarcely resemble the fuliginously heavy-metal-laden, child-laboring, befactoried one of the 18. and 19. centuries. Yes, you could say we've exported all that to—and are hence exploiting— 'lesser' countries, but that'd be wrong on a few levels. And, unless we need more time, the predictions about its 'future' are yet to happen, albeit I can't wait 'centuries' alive. Published in 1995, it has turned out as increasing, exceptionally correct in its observations on what it therein describes as 'lefties' and 'leftism' trait-, tendency/behavior-, motivation-wise; on some of the shortcomings of conservatives, and on the problems of the most technologically developed societies. It walks and talks like a harsh criticism with only a vague attempt at a solution. It also suffers from two of the problems that all Marxism-derived movements/ideologies/things share, namely, one, that it doesn't know how (the thing will happen; how we'll get to the utopia), and, two, that not all is clearly defined (what is technology, who gets to define it, why centralize?). He speaks of pre-industrial societies, namely tribal nomadic ones, or or pre-feudal village ones. But who's to say a bow or a wheel or fire aren't technology..? Perhaps I shouldn't be critiquing this as if it were is crowning work, The Anti-Tech Revolution... That had it's own issues, which I'll address on a future reread. For now though, this is a concentrated acid.

Theodore J. Kaczynski✔✔2
Rickshaw BoyLao She, Howard Goldblatt (tr.)M1
The Day of the TriffidsJohn WyndhamM✓1
GhoulBrian Keenemw0.38
True Crime Stories: 10 Heinous True Crime Stories of Sickly Serial Killers, Murderers and SociopathsTravis S. Kennedym1
A Better Future: How We Fix the WorldTyler TrueGFm0.24
Forlorn RiverZane Greymbw0.06
Smashed in the USSR: Fear, Loathing and Vodka on the Steppes

Why the hag gets top billing is ponderous, given her contribution consists of fore- and afterword. Ivan abridges his comings and going from various cities, villages, institution in a few USSR republics and oblasts, his dealings, misgivings, conversations, pleas, fights, meals, etc. with many people. He is, to a degree, a walking, talking example of a stereotype for Russians, but he hauls in the much needed absent context for the reasoning of the common folk of various groups at the time, bringing to life the Soviet and post-Soviet periods in these places. If you've experienced any of which, you'll get a good tragicomedy, otherwise the austereness may fly over your head, and the jokes you won't get (not that they're meant to be funny—the absurd attempts at poking fun is more human triumph than risible any play on words of these sad fucks can ever be, or very, very depressing, depending on your view on life and meaning). The brevity of the piece is disappointing, since it is quite an interesting read: if gulag and konzlager survivors could at write novel-length, this dude's life should've filled around 4 or 5 books of this one's length with observations and tales, albeit memory's a bitch when you're shitfaced most of the time, I'd wager. Great read.

Caroline Walton, Ivan Petrov✓M1
In Praise of Slowness: Challenging the Cult of Speed

Absolute shit. 35% in, void of the respect for that which it rails against has brought to industrial and post-industrial societies, or knowledge of the effects of what it pontificates for will about in these. benefit of the doubt would be horribly written by a child-minded, not would be intended malice.

Carl HonoréWfp0.35
The Night of the TriffidsSimon ClarkM1
The Saturday Night Ghost ClubCraig DavidsonMb0.53
A Stranger in the CitadelTobias S. Buckellwa0.14
The Broken RoomPeter ClinesmM1
With TeethBrian Keenem1
The Camp of the Saints

To the fucking retard, slobbering over this work in /pol/, who would not—or if I were more cynical and or despondant—, could not engage what I put forth as questions and ideas for the shortest of time spans (the origin topic having but barely passingly in common with the book's)—, well, motherfucker, this book better fucking be good, because so far it's so fucking flat, so fucking bad. Fuck me, I hate stupid, naive, predictable, hollow 'people', if you can call these husks of flesh people. Rightoid, or leftoid&dmash;both historic terms that have little to no meaning, let alone consistent meaning across people, communities, countries—, if you rely on bad literature, badfaith argumentation, if you care not about higher ideals but would rather goodboi points from a higher authority of your choosing, your ingroup, or the like, then do humanity a favor and neck yourself, if you're so incorrigible as to listen to another viewpoint, to see reason, to act in goodfaith—, I'm tired. I'm too fucking tired. Writer isn't even all that prescient as it may seem to those lacking knowledge of politics and history over the past 200–250 years.

Yes, it does make make pertinent criticisms about 'the left', be it the brain-washed or the malicious power-hungry variants, and truths or good arguments don't lose strength when amidst bad, mid-schooler tier prose, but whatever the message or intent, it gets muddled and lost, and will fall on deaf ears. This is not the way to convince a neutral party, let alone the opposing one, this barely is a way. And as literature goes? Well, one'd have to suspend any advanced brain processing, forget facts and logic therewith to make this seem believable. Alternative timeline maybe..? Idunno..., I could've written this fecal smear of a propaganda fanfic within a day or two, that how unnoteworthy this is.

Jean Raspail, Norman R. Shapiro (tr.)GWmp0.56
TerminalBrian Keenempb0.63
Sh*t Falls UpDavid Deutschm1
Los AngelesA.M. Homesbm0.25
Anomaly Flats

Zaney—the (tryhard) novel, only that cartoons and even some movies have done it better, going off of memory. It didn't go in balls deep, lingering too much at times, killing pacing. As as string of skits around the same loose story would've done better. Neither exactly target child and teenagers, nor adult, I can see it failing at keeping either satisfied. The quirks and idiosyncracies of the settings and characters are its distinguishing features and the lack of character development (in all but one) make this a rather lacklustre one-trick pony.

Clayton SmithM1
Cutting the Cord: The Cell Phone Has Transformed HumanityMartin CooperGF0.05
PandemoniumRyan Harding, Lucas Mangumbwm0.41
In the Name of the DevilJon Athanm1
Music for Torching

A hey-what-if kind of novel of things that nag at us (or me) in live, doing them, and not getting caught, and continuing exploration of what it is to be alive actually. Why do we do this and not that? Why should we try this? Why can't we be like this? What the fuck is up with people? I loved it, very, very human novel.

A.M. Homes1
AloneBrian KeeneM1
Witch: The Cursed ManuscriptsIain Rob Wrightmp1
Kill WhiteyBrian Keenempw1
The ComplexBrian KeeneM1
Tell No OneHarlan Cobenwc0.05
AtmosphereMichael Laimomb0.33
Manners Will Take You Where Brains and Money Won'tDonald G. James, Dennis D. Jamesgfc0.03
Unknown Market WizardsJack Schwager✓M1
Ripped from the Headlines! The Shocking True Stories Behind the Movies' Most Memorable CrimesHarold Schechterm1
Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback WellDouglas Stone, Sheila Heenmk0.76
Letters to My Grandchildren: Thoughts On The FutureTony Bennmf0.84
The King in Yellow, Deluxe ed.Robert W. ChambersMab0.76
CastawaysBrian Keenemp0.75
Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat DietJimmy Moore, Eric WestmanKm1
Insulin - The Crooked Timber: A History from Thick Brown Muck to Wall Street Gold

Documents the many trials and few tribulation around the discovery, manufactor, patenting, sale, etc. of insulin from the very start. Meticulous work, possibly too much so for the lay, but well put together.

Kersten T. HallM✓1
The Greek Revolution: 1821 and the Making of Modern EuropeMark Mazowergf0.1
The Paradox HotelRob Hartacw0.07
One Night StandsLawrence Blockmpc0.62
The TeachingT.O. Paine♀a0.04
The Ocean of ChurnSanjeev Sanyalmb0.48
The Misfortures of Alfonso Ramirez: The True Adventures of a Spanish American with 17th Century PiratesFabio Lorez Lazarob0.16
VespersJeff Rovinb0.13
The Island

Icelandic author become prominent in the Nordic countries enough to risk translation into English several times over. I'd seen his name here and there and new of his existence. On a whim for a fun thriller, I went for The Island, thinking of the movie Shutter Island, with which it only shares insular locations, nevertheless it wasn't disappointing. Hours ago, I finish Snowblind by the selfsame author, and have begun the second in that series. Those share with this book the following: all characters receive backstory, motivation, and either development or refinement. It is rare to have an impartial spectator divvying of his time amongst all actors, major or minor, filling in blanks, adding nuiance, tints and shades, credibility or believability. That and the setting and atmosphere I most enjoyed about it. Additionally, even though I said there's no lead, the investigating officer, since this is almost a detective novel, but not really, is female and very female, very normal, and, I don't want to repeat myself, but, believable. No pacing issues, no over-the-top or superhuman bullshit. Nothing's been hidden from the reader to be noticed only by Holmes to then spew bullshit, everything written seems carefully deliberated, and is never in deficit or excess.

Ragnar JonassonM1
Dark Iceland: 1 - SnowblindRagnar Jonassonm1
Virtue of SelfishnessAyn Rand✔K1
Dark Iceland: 2 - NightblindRagnar Jonassonm1
Castle of OtrantoHorace Walpoleb0.43
Mother ShipScott Bartlettb0.12
The ChrysalidsJohn WyndhammM1
Melmoth the WandererCharles Maturinbm0.08
The MonkMatthew Gregory Lewisb0.05
The Politically Incorrect Guide to IslamRobert Spencermk0.91
The Cat Who Saved Books

The book childishly, in that cookie-cutter Japanese way, tackles what books are worth, what one's time is worth, how books should be interacted with. I recall an article ( that was objectively wrong in some of its author's assumption or presumptions, and more moralistic and holier-than-thou than informative, argumentative, comparative from what I recall; since the topic is dear to me, it left a bad taste in my mouth, that of missing out on a challenge, on something new, more, better. This short book presents that article's arguments in a way, as well as fictitious examples. I appreciate the book, I do. If you'd cut out the relationship with the girl and the other classmate altogether, and made the main either a normal child (rather than a Japanese one—cookie-cutter self-insert with B&W worldview), or just a hooman bean, it'd've'n a been great. Although I disagree with a child another person literally shouting out you 'no, you don't live books, bc i don't do that!' I like the ideas and challenges as food for thought. Think snacks. Brain gum.

Ultimately, a cominbation of the first two labyrinths' masters' and the protag's reading styles, one'd get the best of all, since neither is endless repetition, with or without depth, inherently good, neither is ceaseless novelty chasing, neither is there sufficient time to read all books deliberately, carefully, taking notes, taking one's time. Commenting on the side of the publisher is hard, on authors' too. Some author have worked over one odd jobs for decades before 'making it', that is, making enough sustain theirselves and or families.

Sosuke NatsukawaMpc1
The Midnight Library

Annoying, unappreciative, stup–-, irrational woman main that gets to have her cake several times over. And she doesn't fucking choke to death on it in the end. What a disappoint. Old idea, so-so execution, acts 1 and 2 are meh. Not all women are boring and stupid and predictable children; write a good woman character for fucking woman, for fuck's sack. T_T

Matt HaigMc1
Old School

Could've'n a mix of The Catcher in the Rye and Dead Poet Society, but nah, let's be boring. 40% and nothing of note has happened, the main hasn't developed, regressed, progressed, changed.Unsatisfactory and offers nothing.

Tobias Wolffbwm0.39
Ms. Vengeance

Earlier novel, one of of the 3–4 that are in a shared universe (dr sadist, mr snuff, and sth else), each exploring the a character, setting, background. Is okay, but somehwat bland and predictable compared to other of his works.

Jon AthanMp1

More anecdotes (and hearsay, as if) dryly reported than documenting events or weaving a narrative, or anything interesting (to me). The reluctance of the characters to be identified, open etc. doesn't help with that. So be it. The movie The Exorcist, based on the eponymous novel, derives from this case. More here.

Thomas Allenb0.33
Or ElseJoe Hartbwm0.21
Inspector McLean: 03 - The Hangman's SongJames Oswaldm1
The Physics of the DeadLuke Smitherdmb0.21
Dr. SadistJon AthanMp1
Reasons to Stay AliveMatt Haigpwc0.08
ErewhonSamuel Butlermb0.38
Ruined CityNevil Shuteb0.19
The TempsAndrew DeYoungwg0.21
Lesser Known Monsters of the 21st CenturyKim Fumb0.83
Alien: Colony WarDavid M. Barnettmb0.72
The Crying of Lot 49Thomas Pynchon1
Lost in Tokyo: A Year of Sex, Sushi, and Suicide in the Real JapanGarett WilsonM1
The Jealousy Man and Other Stories

Damn son, this is some boring-ass, trash writing from Norway's supposedly most prominent writer, English-wise.

Jo NesboBm0.34
Madness at Madison Mall

Main story kinda dragged out, suspense not often built up properly, releases also weak, making whole bland and easily forgetable. The few cards it had, were played suboptimally. But, this is one of his early novels, thank fuck.

Jon Athanmpw1
A Biography of the Pixel

20h audiobook, would be ~2e5, does meticulous background checks on literally everything, which starts to get annoying given this is supposed to be a narrative, no encyclopedia. At a point, I just stopped caring what happens, to whom, or for what reasons. Great, if you're into history, maybe, I guess..?

Alvy Ray Smithmb0.61
The Hellbound Heart

Meh, passable. Hard to believe this cunt is famous for this. Neither the gore is gore-y, nor the descriptions extensive, nor the intensity palpable. Take out the cenobites and it's a dump cheating wife story that takes place over a few paragraphs. The only saving grace is its brevity.

Clive Barkerm1
Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline

Great book. Critique tho: almost everything attempted to be interpolated from the events having occurred around 60s American (Ivy League) universities, which is not only oversimplifying, but missing key branches and looking at leaves only. The chapters on music/culture and abortion are also heavily moralized and one-sided, the former wrongly so, and would easily make one label Bork as 'an old elist fart' or the like.

Robert H. Bork✓✔1
Can Fish Count?: What Animals Reveal About Our Uniquely Mathematical Minds

What is says on the tin, no more, no less, no politics, no inanity. Exactly what an M or bold M should be.

Brian ButterworthM1

Fuck me, this is some really bad writing. Specialitous + annoying woman protag. Insufferable.

Carl SaganAW0.09
Age of Cage: Four Decades of Hollywood Through One Singular Career

Nice, perhaps too-short-to-be-really-enjoyable telling of Nic Cage's life and career, published around his fourth decade in the business. I'm a Cage fan and have been intrigued by this cool weirdo since childhood. The appended to the book catalog terse reviews plus ratings of each and every flick he's participated in is well appreciated. Stays on topic without jumping around, but does bad to stick too much to officials.

Keith PhippsM1
All the Lonely People

At first, I thought it was annoying, or all too perfect, but gradually, mister author washed over his built up sand castle to reveal a withered, sandblasted branch holding the thing together beautifully. The novel's jacket was discouraging, but the second and third acts made up for it. The novel tackles loneliness, addresses its consequencesa and its sufferers with propositions for undertakings. It reads as believable to a great degree, albeit a too optimistically or luck-havingly, that is, IRL, it'd be (much) worse. Nevertheless, this is the sort of book to bring people like myself to action, be it for myself, or others. Characters were well-formed, fully formed, that is, with clear motivations for their actions and thoughts, with histories, with un-clear-cut attitudes and relationships. Pondering what I'd want better and how, little stood out before remembering the backflashes or the episodes taking place in the past. These were prominent in the first two acts, and color in the contours etched by the present's happenings, however, being in the past, they've not the same impact or import, and often felt as if they were diverting attention from the main course more often. Chaining ~85% of these right after the introductory chapter or two would have made for a more straightforwards experience, I would argue. Otherwise great novel.

Mike GayleM1
They're a Weird Mob

Defo find the audiobook! Has grade A voicing. The content itself is an entertaining travel-log/diary with funnies based on lingual and cultural misundertstandings, and stereotypes about an Italian magazine writer's 1950s relocation and ultimately establishing in Australia.

John O'Grady, Nino CulottaM1
From Seas to Stormy Seas

I got through two and change stories of the total seventeen. Fuck me. The editor's foreward lines you up for disappointment. Maybe his editing style, taste, and appraisal ability are very far from mine, stronger in different areas, I don't know—but this is some mightily boring shit. I cared not about the setting, the characters, the premises, anything. Exerting yourself to be bored. Verily do I doubt anything would be different had I seen the paintings inspiring these stories.

V.A., Lawrence Block (ed.)b0.16
Horror in the Woods

So, it's 201705XX and this shit gets published. ... Pardon me, but how exactly did this pass the cutting room, or is this the heavily edited version we're getting? The cabin-in-the-woods slasher has been done how many hundreds of thousands of times since the 1960s on the cinema screen or page? The cannibalistic family or 'family' story has been reiterated on film, television, and literature, cheap and well-known. In my last 1.5y of reading, I've come across 4–5 of the latter, and over 10 of the former. Not a single character, motive, settings, motivation, description, action herein has not been elsewhere done far better, and given when it was published, one would think the author would be familiar with the the genre, with the competition. Well, no—this reads like babee's first horror novel, and babee's equipped with the vocubalary arsenal, sentence construction complexity, and lack or failure at seriousness/depth of a late teenager, and the predictability and repetitiousness of a senile. Characters are static, no development over the few hours this takes place over, and what is reveals is exaggerated for the purposes of easer constrasting of the otherwise nondescript characters.

Lee Mountfordwmp1

A play on the psychiatric hospital horror. Characters have some depth and enough distinction from one another to not blend into a nameless, faceless, normal in the statistical sense blob of fictional flesh. This one had some promise and didn't fail too-too badly. Prolongation of the novel again is a major flaw, suspense-release curve is mostly flat.

Lee Mountfordm1
The Netherwell Horror

Takes way too long to progress, leaving me wanting for something, anything of note to happen. No clues are there to be discovered. Nothing funny to be observed. Nothing spooky, nothing perverse, nothing special. Stereotypes, mediocrely to badly portrayed. The loop at the end really just tells me this cunt think's he's clever. Writing is again amateurish. An editor or three is lacking.

Lee Mountfordbm1
WebJohn WyndhamM1
Ghostland: 1 - GhostDuncan Ralstonw0.06
The Whisper ManAlex Northm1

Hm. Promising, slightly entertaining first act, tailed by a noticeable change in both pace and tone, both for the worse, and ditto for the third. We have the nice premise of creatures having past lifetimes' experiences, or memories, but mostly knowledge being hunted for various reasons, among which by some weirdo 'extra-dimensional' race, that are, for all intents and purposes, magic and surival-type evil. Not overly consistent, but whatevs. Begrudgingly, the one character featuring depth and actual character got necked by an idiot 'savant'. Our protagonist and the necked bro see most of the development, sadly, and I say that because there was the opportunity ample for exploiting memes, subverting expectations, slapstick, stereotypes, etc., but, no. The neck bro is consistent, at least. Our main? A pallid facsimile attempting to hit some of the marks his clone in act one made, missing more often than not. Using jargon to the reader unfamiliar and never explained is also a no-no, rendering sentences into baby-talk at times. Same with the 'science' bits—it doens't take itself too seriously, and it doesn't attempt hard scifi, at least. Supposedly there's a romance at the end..? These two exchanged, like, 2 paragraphs over the whole book, with no insinuations of anything being there. Second novel by this bloke, I'm hoping the first is better, and, if not, the third (nonextant).

p.s. reminiscent of Jack Townsend's Tales From the Gas Station

Chris PanatierMm1
18 Tiny Deaths: The Untold Story of Frances Glessner LeeBruce Goldfarbb0.25
The Controlled Demolition of the American Empire

[Citation needed.]—the book. Bitter; making okay-ish at times points but for/from bad reason-s/ing, providing little-to-no evidence and citation; hearsay; strawmaning; both often on point and off his rocker, missing the point; too often seeming to be adorned by rolls of aluminum foil as cranial coverage. Bloke has much to say, but I am not his targeted audience. He hasn't a way with words, is far-flung from the scientific method or rationality or objectivity, nor can he entertain ideas. Features wholly one-dimensional mental space. Overall, nothing was learned. The bold M is for its, to me, light entertainment value as an endless, unreferenced tirade from a would-be besodden uncle on Thanksgiving with his trifle of truths, truck-load of truisms. Low-key slides in (rather easily outright refutable) amuse-bouches at stratetic places. The tone and wording are 89% wrong, defo not reaching anybody not already familiar with or convinced of the the points brought up within.

Jeff Berwick, Charlie RobinsonMgmkf1
SleepwalkDan ChaonM1
Nancy GoatsWeston Ochsem1
The GoatsBrock ColemM1
Of Goats and Gods

Old time pulp fiction series member, yet still just boring and meh. Gave it a wide berth, yet failed to make the tiniest of impacts.

Richard S. Shaverb0.52
Leviathan: Ghost Rig

Mediocre and bland, at the end predictable and just bad.

Lucas Pedersonmwp0.78
Buried in a Good Book

Annoying, woman writing. Slightly cringe too.

Tamara Berrya♀c0.04
All's Well

Annoying, obviously woman, bad writing. Wouldn't recognize depression, if it skullfucked her.

Mona Awada♀w0.03
The GuillotineLucas Pederson, Tim Marquitzw0.16
Doomino's: Apocalyptic Pizza DeliveryLucas Pedersonm1
The Men Who Stare at Goats

Fuck me. Compared to the movie, which, let's be honest, gave a humorous take on the source, which is incidentally this book, it's just a shitton of hearsay alongside what was dug up during the mid-00s on the subject. It's dry, too dry, but it also has zero science or explanation. I don't know if this is how military reports are or war journalism is, but only getting to resolution of the journo's questions kept me reading on. Good material, suboptimally conveyed. It can read like a boring (to me) novel, or a investigative report by some one dude.

Jon RonsonMb1
The Phlebotomist

Hm, for once, a decent-to-good novel featuring three females as the main protagonists. It certainly reads as something written during sarscov2 times, or from somebody aware of China-style marxist takeovers of society. A 60-yo and a 40–50-yo are the the bigguns, and a 14-yo the smallun. To be honest, our main character, through whom most of the story is told, is predictable and annoying. The the naive, daft cunt of a human. Stereotypically bestial mother, kind of a Karen too, although harmless, meek, and weak. She does one thing well, namely being good with blood, possibly a medical nurse before the first bomb.

Weak point is the false dichotomization at times, and certainly the nigh cartoonish villification and or characterization of the antagonists. Yes, pile on the hyperbole, the tropes, the stereotypes. Nuance would've not palliated the implied discussion on the subjects of mass subjugation, government propaganda, freedom, the impacts of centralized power and economy.

Chris PanatierM✓1
Permanent Record

Autobiographical account of Ed's story. Good, it explains governmental inadequacies, shadow government type conspiracies your uncle may spout at every occasion; but, it doesn't go too deep in, it omits some, it is a whitehat whistleblower in action. I greatly appreciated him going through the steps taken to ensure inculpability, security, indistinctivity among others, and privacy.

Edward SnowdenM1
Projections: A Story of Human EmotionsKarl Deisserothbw0.08
ErotomaniacJon AthanmMp1
The WalkingBentley Littlem1
Alien: InfiltratorWeston OchseM✓1
The Art of BeingErich Frommgpwk0.35
Buyer's MarketPeter Sotos1
The Want-Ad KillerAnn Rulem♀1
Lust KillerAndy Stackm♀b1
Dinocalypse: 1 - Dinocalypse NowChuck Wendigmac0.26
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: 2 - The Restaurant at the End of the UniverseDouglas Adams✓a0.52
What Fresh Hell Is This?!Nick JamesMm1
HopscotchJulio Cortázar1
The Influence

Bentley Little is a strange one. Two novels in—and the motherfucker has 32 The X up for grabs—, and both are exceeding long for what takes place, have random details thrown in, leading ultimately to nowhere, and has forced filling, or volume for the sake of volume, as if. It's mediocre to decent-ish, but they would've worked far better as a third of their originals lengths (usually around 110k words). The premises so far are chewed up old ideas, sprinkled with whatever's laying around. And the intensity is dialed back, with the snail speed of plot forwarding.

Bentley Littlem1
The Stolen Village: Baltimore and the Barbary PiratesDes Ekinm1
Sell Without Selling Out: A Guide to Success on Your Own TermsAndy Paulpwc0.14
Dead Body DisposalJon Athanmpw1
Dead WorldLucas Pedersonwc0.05
What Is a Woman?: One Man's Journey to Answer the Question of a Generation

Way to show you bias, Matt, fisting them in at every obvious hole. Sheesh. Which is to say, the impact of the book is somewhat lessed, the reader offput, if not of the same persuasion and of lower standards of reasoning, which the author transgresses against every time the issue strikes a nerve, which, I'd say, is all too often. What you're talking about isn't bad because you're mainstream religious (e.g., catholic), or whatever-the-fuck, it's bad because it doesn't work, hasn't worked, can't work, because it is internally inconsistent, doesn't hold any predictive power, is vastly more wrong/bad than right/good in its statements, predictions, actions. That small critique aside, I would say this is book portrays a man's attempt at grappling with a currently difficult to answer question by anybody on the marxist left, anybody politically correct, or etc., and getting sidetracked into gender studies and its effects on children, adolescents, adults; the economy, public policy, and big pharma among others. While Matt doesn't give it a shake as fair as James Lindsay, he does try. The book is comprised of his thought process and various interviews with both victims and perpetrators; some history is covered in 2–3 individuals, but he got bogged down by the obtuseness of the language (mis-)used in their articles, is my presumption.

Matt WalshM1
Early Retirement Extreme: A Philosophical and Practical Guide to Financial Independence

A hodgepodge of collected (life-)hacks, as if, from a multitude of enthused, young, whippersnapper activists, hippies, nothing-writers from online-only magazine. Over 80% of the book is common sense- or knowledge-based arguments about cost reduction (how to deal with rain while running, clothing to buy, dealing with old stuff, shit to preferably buy), things that, in the end, I'd argue, won't save you even a quarter of the money required for 2–3 decades of official joblessness. The chief thing, for me, is to, for every product one buys, every activity one consciously engages in, every decision one takes, weigh the pluses and minuses in the context of your goal (which in the case of the book is either saving/not spending more money than you make, or vice versa). Decent–good one-time read for a frugal, or creative, or willing-to-spend-the-time person.

Jacob Lund FiskermMk1
Abuse of Language, Abuse of PowerJoseph Pieperm1
One Thousand Miles to FreedomEusun Kim, Sebastien Falletti, David Tian (tr.)Mm1
MonstersPeter Cawdronwam0.12
Blackwater: 1 - The FloodMichael McDowellbm1
Blackwater: 2 - The LeveeMichael McDowellBm0.33
On Disobedience and Other EssaysErich FrommmG0.84
The Hacking of the American MindRobert H. Lustig1.15
Race MarxismJames A. Lindsay✓b✔1
SunblindMichael McBridem1
Fleisch ist mein Gemüse

Very entertaining for me autobiographical recount of a German musician-turned-writer/humorist born 1962. Maybe it just appeals to my sensibilities, likings, maybe it really is funny. Not documentary, nor dry, handles more with episodic stories, i.e., names, places, characters needn't to be kept track of. I had fun, and would reread it too.

Heinz Strunk1
Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly

Favorite of many TV chef and household name, I finally learn why so many like this bastard: the 60s' sex, drugs, and rock n' roll attitude, that of rebelling against decency, normalcy, or established anything, or its own sake, of beating and poisoning your body, and, ultimately, of being superficial (by which I mean, it was reactionary in being defined through what it opposes, out of which an aesthetic was born, which stuck unlike the attitude towards the' other', which didn't—because the latter changed (not gonna say 'evolved', lol)), that is, until he realized he may want to live a little longer and more stably, as he states around the end. He traverses his own history, pressing pause to tell stories, embellish, really, the minutae of the world. Somewhat of a snapshot of 70s, 80s, and 90s (coastal or big-city) America, its culture; and it's your kooky uncle Tony doing the exposé. Entertaining even if you don't like the guy, comme moi, but, to some degree, tolerate/excuse the actions/thoughts. I wish it were more vulgar, and longer, and had more stories, but no uncle is forever.

Anthony BourdainM1
The Psychology of Totalitarianism

An interesting take on the origin and perpetual propagation of totalitarianism, or the centralization and misuse of power preordained in all derivatives of Marxism. Author is a psychologist by profession, hence the title, and although theory isn't as expansive and explanative as Mises' in The Omnipotent Government, it is nonetheless another valid one. An important distinction between them, for one, is that here it arises bottom-up as consequence of hoi poloi's mental state. He talks through 20. century history and attempts to apply his theory to the common cases of Italy, Germany, Russia, and China. This theory is not inimical to Mises' (or others) necessarily, but can help bridge the gap created by burdening one side (the left one, lol) with malice, disillusionment, disdain, greed, etc., whilst the other stays neutral. Rather, the people are split in three: neutral, docile/maleable, and sceptic/rebelling/opposing, (percentages, iirk, given for all historical examples), and their interactions make or break the emerging system. In presenting the motivations of the people, others may be move convinced to accept Mises' about the governing body.

Mattias Desmet1
Bullshit JobsDavid GraeberAKwm0.72
OffspringJack Ketchum1
The Girl Next Door

This hit hard. As hard as Anna Ruston's Secret Slave at its worst. Only, it never lets up, never dangles an opportunity for salvation or even respite. Combine that with some of the plot, methods, or touched points from Jon Athan's Grandfather's House and you get this. Dependent and handicapped child or adolescent receiving physical and mental torture at the hand of mental illness, peer pressure. The fruit from the tree of knowledge, learning to discern between right and wrong, the golden rule, thes. Rarely poignant pacing in that gore-lovers and torture fans won't get their rocks neither from the latter's intensity, nor from its length, it is sobering realistic. It is depressing perhaps, how many curt, local obituaries may involve such experiences.

P.S. Yet another title sharing the main idea/question in Ursula K. Le Guin's The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas featuring a scapegoat, and asking how much is enough, how much is too much, and why, albeit less arbitrary and in the end focusing on mental illness.

Jack Ketchum1
Atheist Answers: Rational Responses to Religious Questions

Is what is says on the tin: 1-to-few-sentence-long answers to common/normie/stupid questions an atheist may get asked. A few times expands upon answed, but the gist can be gotten from a few pages, really. Possibly helpful to a new one experiencing issues with dogmatics or authoritarians. James Lindsay's Everybody Is Wrong About God meticulously lays out both sides' views and positions, reasons and argumentations, resulting in more complete, albeit more academic and wordy, text.

David G. McAfeeM1
Funny You Should Ask…: Your Questions Answered by the QI ElvesQI Elvesmk1
Omnipotent Government: The Rise of the Total State and Total War

Painfully prescient. Nothing significant has changed since its publication in 1949. The totalitarian, etatist/statist push of Marxian ideologies and movements was meticulously explained and substantiated back then. It is rather eerie... Common sense, basic economic theory and human psychology, and history are utilized to construct a single, clear train of thought that smashes through NatSoz sympathizers' baby claims and arguments, and likewise for fascists, socialists, communists, etc., etc., etc. Banger of a book.

Ludwig von Mises✔✔1.76
Gotrek and Felix: 01 - Trollslayer

Fourth (or still-less-than-tenth) attempt at getting into WH40K literature. The Black Library. The Boring-Cringe Library, more like... For once though, the writing is at least above mediocre and, at times, decent. Trollslayer is a collection of about 4–5 interwoven stories, that have naught to do with trolls, but provide little background on thI read William King's Trollslayer and Skavenslayer. There is a noticeable decrease in overall quality. The second (of the currently 19 in toto) novel sticks way too much to its title. Josh Reynolds, who's written so seriously boring trash for the universe takes the reins from Nathan Long, whom I'm unfamiliar with.

William KingM1
Gotrek and Felix: 02 - SkavenslayerWilliam KingmM1
Gotrek and Felix: 03 - Daemonslayer

Welp, Daemonslayer was, as if, mostly non-combat and more of the same type of writing, slowly getting on my nerves. Again, overly long; in the Wastes several things made no sense as they were described, but that could be excused becuase muh Chaos. You could very well summarize the entirety of plot in 1--2 paragraphs. Worse still than Skavenslayer (which was mostly memeing on skavens. Which, it would seem, as I'm writing this after having finished Dragonslayer, exist mostly as a joke in the WH40K universe. Ha-ha, good joke, real kneeslapper—let's repeat it at ev-er-y skaven verbal exchange and opining). Every further title, the trend is, reads more unpleasantly than its predecessor, very noticeably so, and this isn't burnout, it's shabby, uninspired, second-rate work.

William Kingmb1
Gotrek and Felix: 04 - Dragonslayer

And Dragonslayer, which I am thirdway through with presently, is even worse: 3.3e5 words for what amounts to 2 sentences tops plotwise. The incessant overexaggeration (from the first book onwards, mind you) reminds of Dragon Ball's power creep, only here we don't even get visuals, just a reexploitation of already stale words and phrases. I'm on the fence about allowing oppotunities for redemption to the interstitial novels and giving Nathan Long a go, reading this is tiring.

William Kingbmp1
Brutal Kunnin

Orks have British football hooligan/chav language and culture..? And the Adeptus Mechanicus are illogical, hypocritical/inconsistent, self-serving ultimately? These are standard normie, shit human qualities, they only talk like nerds, or try to, rather. It's kinda cringe-y. I wish the universe, its races' languages, dialects, cultures, etc. had been better fleshed out by craftsmen, not amateurs. It takes itself seriously, adding to the internal inconsistencies. Were it at least (more) tongue-in-cheek, had the author introduced some fun, puns (or nuns) it'd've'n better for it. An unwilling to exert themself adolescent might like this or get into the franchise with it, but the hardcore WH40K books are even more stuck-up, cringe-inducing, and annoying or inconsistent. The Black Library's great pollution can be traced to a several names, contributing a surfeit of novels.

Mike Brookswmca0.32
The Infinite and the DivineRobert Rathwca0.08
Funny You Should Ask… Again: More of Your Questions Answered by the QI ElvesQI Elveskmf0.63
Age of Sigmar: DominionDarius Hinksbcw0.12
ZenarchyKerry Thornleycfgm1
Gotrek and Felix: 05 - Beastslayer William Kingbm0.92
The BachelorsMuriel SparkB0.13
Memento MoriMuriel SparkB0.05
Reality and Dreams

Nigh readable, but ultimately too slow and boring. Too English, and hence annoying, English in the stereotypical way, focuses (along with the above two books) on interpersonal relationships, but they're remote from what is human, or normal, or interesting... Altogether, I wouldn't say MS is my cuppa.

Muriel Sparkmb0.19
The Orville: Sympathy for the DevilSeth MacFarlanem1
Vector Borne

Fuck me is this a tedious read: 3–4x the length its plot's worth, everything is needlessly prolonged, without throwing the reader a bone for their squandered time. A spoopy, ancient virus infects civilizations or peoples, disappears them in angst, panic, confusion, bloodlust. The last surviving members had had to seal away, burn, destroy, etc., those infected or themselves. And now it's happened again, who could've forseen it, human arrogance spawning from perceived mastery over nature, over others.

Michael McBridembwa1
The Handyman

Wow-y, here's a novel, that bullseyes (or, at least, scores very high on) the discomfort and unease boards, at least, in my case. Conveying them, because of their vagueness perhaps, is neither easy nor straightforward. Characters' experiences pendulate between the wishy-washiness of surreal dreams and blunt, cold, hard reality, often imperceptibly so. I'd say this is more psychological horror/suspense rather than a gorefest, action-thriller, or other, more traditional spins. To forgo spoiling the plot, saying that it revolves around handymen is sufficient should suffice. This is thus far my favorite Bentley Little opus.

Bentley Little1
The HauntedBentley LittleM✓1
The VanishingBentley LittleMm1
The TownBentley LittleMm1
Scary Stories to Tell in the DarkAlvin SchwartzWc0.11
Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour BookstoreRobin SloanMm1
RageStephen KingMb1
Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant AmericanNick OffermanmGa0.16
Sun and SteelYukio mishimacW0.13
RoadkillDennis E. Taylormg1
SourdoughRobin Sloanmbg0.55
A Million Ways to Die in the WestSeth MacFarlaneMp1
Ancient Evenings

The setting of (Ancient) Egypt I've read of only in Lumley's Kai of Khem, whose story was predictable—I wouldn't call it an isekai, but it is both a power fantasy and a time/location-transfer. I like the the descriptions of the geography, nature (significantly wetter 4e3 years ago), traditions or rituals of another people. Ancient Evenings is fucking huge at a third of a million words, and it's books/parts may well have been reworking into 3–4 separate novels for how distant to each other they are. Proceeding over a few days in the afterlife of Meni, our protagonist, in the necropolis in the Luxor valley along with his great grandfather (also dead), the Egyptian mythology is laided out, that is, how the gods came to be and what they patroned, their relationships among themselves, with the world, its people. Parts of Meni's childhood we read about, wherein rites and rituals, and the power structure of Ancient Egypt are described or observed, including the latter's various positions' everyday, familial relationships, culture, value system.

Norman Mailer✓b1
The BackwoodsEdward Lee1
The Girl in the AtticJon Athan1
The GroomerJon AthanM✓p1
Gotrek and Felix: 08 - OrcslayerNathan Longm1
Stick a Flag in It: 1000 Years of Bizarre History from Britain and Beyond

Humor aside, I'd bin it, since history is tediously boring. Otherwise, tolerable and almost enjoyable.

Arran LomasMb0.54
Am I Beautiful?

This novel was toned down from his usual, and relied much more on the psychology, that is on the emotions rather than gore: fear, anticipation, tension, panic. And it succeeded with the 'if I can't have X, then nobody can' spin. An all too human story given some extra weight is all this is.

Jon Athan✓✔1
Gotrek and Felix: 09 - ManslayerNathan Longm1
Gotrek and Felix: 10 - ElfslayerNathan Longm1
Communicate with Mastery: Speak with Conviction and Write for ImpactJ.D. Schramm, Kara Levy, Joel Petersonwc0.03
Gotrek and Felix: 10.5 - Slayer of the Storm GodNathan Long?1
Party Games

A recent-ish one by jonboy, that, for the second time in my reading history of him, contains a more plausible plot, less edgy, extreme, or maybe you could call it more mundane, if not more realistic, since both occur only to differing rates. His influences are very clear, even if you've never watched the movies, as he states in the afterword, affirming what I'd thought throughout. I think, without having watched the movies, only seen trailers and having thought the concept predictable scare porn, he executed it very well, differing in that he focused not (only) on the victims, but mostly on the doers, presenting the other side. It was also of he shorter works, around 4e5, usually he goes for double that.

Jon Athan✓M1
Gotrek and Felix: 06 - Vampireslayer

Cringy, and getting predictable, and does absolutely nothing new (for, what, 3–4 novels now?). I'll tunnel to other two authors in the series. William King is dead to me.

William Kingm1
Gotrek and Felix: 07 - GiantslayerWilliam Kingm1
What Is Communist Anarchism?Alexander BerkhamGFc0.03
Gotrek and Felix: 11 - ShamanslayerNathan Longm1
Into the Wolves' DenJon AthanMpbc1
In Praise of ShadowsJunichiro Tanizakicfm0.29
The SummoningBentley LittleMap1

Nice spin on area 51 and aliens; respectively plot- and tone-wise reminiscent of Peter Clines' The Broken Room and Jon Ronson's The Men Who Stare at Goats. Bad form, imo, to top-shelf the main goon's bestie. On reread, unsure what I meant, so... Making a god of the main protagonist's past best friend is in bad form, bad taste. I was rooting for both their defeat and humiliation. Nobody mature or mentally past adolesence particularly likes a Gary Stu, I'd hope.

The premise is unique, acts 1 and,sort of, 2 don't deal much with the aliens, but build the relationship and backstories of our main two dudes, act 2 is bestie backstory alongside government outline, act 3 is, of course, the resolution which can be seen from the act-1 foreshadowing of consisting of 'he was the best of the best of the best...'. Just like with the two aforementioned books, the job is more interesting than the details or relationships—the bestie sharing work stories was the best part to me.

Patrick O'LearyM✓ac1
58 Minutes

This schlock-y thriller from 1987 was the bedrock of Die Hard 2, wherefor it was way toned down. My nigga W.W. has a mighty hardon for extrema, making for an overall placid tension curve. Credibility is most hurt thusly, pacing also suffers, since every conflict is presented as grander than it is, the movie handled this better. I am biased and influenced in having seen it some 10 times, and enjoying it. You'll like this, if you did too; gives the villains some more color. Like a three-fifths-to-the-top-shelf airport novel. From the 80s.

Walter WagermMp1
Unshattered: Overcoming Tragedy and Choosing a Beautiful LifeCarol J. Decker, Stacey L. Nashm1
Who Are China's Walking Dead?: A Personal Journey into the Strange World of Communist Culture and OfficialdomKay Rubacek✔✓1
The SmokeSimon IngsmM?b0.34
The Quiet Man: McGarry StatesideCaimh McDonnellmM?0.71
Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile

More so a layman's compendium of varying in difficulty dos and don'ts than 'hey, this is the science,man'; not that the claims aren't backed up, just that I'd've preferred a more in-depth examination of the hows. Maybe I'm just whining. Anyway, for those not already privvy to the info, is nice, otherwise, kinda meh. Keep yourself and your close ones safe(r), famalamazoids.

Anthony G. Jay✓k1
Clown in a Cornfield: 2 - Friendo LivesAdam CesareM✓1
Gotrek and Felix: 12 - ZombieslayerNathan Longm1
Just the ArgumentsMichael Bruce, Steven Barbone✓M1
The Age of Surveillance CapitalismShoshana ZuboffkMBW0.79
Dark Imperium: 1 - Dark ImperiumGuy HaleyCW0.02
The Court of the Blind KingDavid Guymercb0.03
Surveillance State: Inside China's Quest to Launch a New Era of Social Controll

Kay Rubacek's Who Are China's Walking Dead and Geoffrey Cain's The Perfect Police State do a far better job at both telling others' stories, and showcasing the intended evil hiding under the guise desire of a idyllic world marxist governance.

Josh Chin, Liza Linmbkw0.43
Hammerhal and Other StoriesC.L. Wernercbw0.03
Kingdom of BonesJames Rollinsbwf0.05
Tyrannical Minds: Psychological Profiling, Narcissism, and DictatorshipDean Allen Haycockm?0.38
Gotrek and Felix: 13 - Road of SkullsJosh Reynoldsmba0.32
Digital Minimalism

Way to state the obvious, nigger.

Cal NewportKm1
Gotrek and Felix: 14 - The Serpent QueenJosh Reynoldsm0.3
Blood Sugar

Did not expect this variety of English from an author of such a name, but hey, maybe he's versatile? It's very nigga and street/urban, current (early 2000s for sure; 2010s maybe?), kid-friendly, in that it's believable, gets at both the overt and still-buried, under-developed emotions of soon-to-be adolescents and adults. It is quite human and well-written, these knowledge of the subject(s), their language and mannerisms. A few things are off - the epistles between the main characters and whoever the fuck they're writing, are abrupt breaks in the story that break the flow and contribute little. They provide backstory, color or enhance already there moments, but they should've been used more delicately, sparingly. Jarring are also the very discongruent moments of clear thought with the druggy, nigger behavior. Still worth a read, tho.

Sadly, attempting to write him an email, his contact page has the following: EVENTS: Please don't put me on a panel with all white men. If I realize that in time, I will drop out, and I don't want to do that!
Big. fucking. yikes.
There were several hints at him being a left drone within the book, this is a confirmation. I'll attempt to read the read of his works, but it doesn't bode well for him.

Rereading recently after having seen it pop up again on audiobookbay, I again liked it whole lot. Some of the above is invalid, a bit, having paid more attention this time around, and reading alongside, the characters don't develop throughout the book, seeing as it's something like a weekend or day, but shows how they got to where they are through correspondences and conversations that allude to the past.

Daniel Kraus✓✔2
Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain,Jim KwikKcam0.35
Separating You: A Self-Help Book for the Lost, Lonely, and Psychotically ObsessedJason CarsonMm1
Gotrek and Felix: AnthologyV.A., Christian Dunn (ed.)m0.71
The Truth About Crypto

Way to regurgitate very biased, bullish-only level-above-normie info. Did not assuade my uncertainties, did not answer any questions of mine, asked no question. Normie book at best, bad advice at worst; it's another chump riding the hype train.

Ric EdelmanKcfm0.94
SuccubiEdward Lee✓✔1
Beautiful You

Very strange novel for Chuck. It reads like a lonely woman's poor, shitty chicklit. Horribly annoying too in featuring everything insufferable about twentieth century women, especially from the last few decades. I really want this to turn around, but how much do I have to invest? Not in the least enjoyable, absolutely nothing novel. Disappointing.

Chuck PalahniukAw0.24
Truth About Your Future

So, you're good start off your 7. or 8. layman finance-focused book by listing praise by a bunch of nobodies, foreword/s of no content, and an unnecessary introduction? And you're gonna follow that up with 5 chapters of nothing financial, or advisory, or new/novel/insightful? How. in. the. fuck. did this stupid cunt get published 8 times? How braindead are other people?! I am astounded, yet again.

Ric Edelmanawcfg0.17
Mindreader: The New Science of Deciphering What People Really Think, What They Really Want, and Who They Really Are

Although it assumes obvious falsehood due to its wide strokes, it nonetheless would be a great starter for knowing what to look for in others.

David J. LiebermanK✓Maf1
Black Thorn, White RoseV.A., Ellen Datlow (ed.), Terri Windling (ed.)wba0.52
Mysterious Sea StoriesV.A., William Pattrick (ed.)bm0.68
Aliens vs. Predators: Rift WarYvonne Navarro, Weston Ochseb0.06
Walled CultureGlyn MoodyM✓1
Pandemic, Inc.: Chasing the Capitalists and Thieves Who Got Rich While We Got SickJ. David McSwaneFg0.02
Dawn of a Nazi Moon: 1

I picked this up, hoping it'd be over-the-top moustache-twirling as the 2012 movie Iron Sky, which shares the idea of a small group of the the best of the best of national socialist youths being sent to the Moon before the collapse of the third reich. Although I don't recall particularly enjoy that flick, I did finish it, whereas this cartoonish and irrational (with regards to im- and explicit goals of characters and factions) depiction of nazis is stereotypical, predictable, and hence insufferable. It also isn't historically accurate with regards the their traditions, principles, values, seemed to ascribe too much likewise to the 'good guys'. *sigh*

Douglas MacKinnonw0.28
The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of EnronBethany McLean1
Procedural Content Generation in GamesJulian Togelius, Noor Shaker, Mark J. Nelsonwm1
King Leopold's Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror, and Heroism in Colonial AfricaAdam Hochschild✓M1
On AnimalsSusan Orleanwa0.07
Cursed Objects: Strange but True Stories of the World's Most Infamous ItemsJ.W. Ockerm0.74
A Journey to the Northern Ocean

In explaining explorer, colonist/frontierer, and tribal/native American/Indian, as well as observing local flora and fauna, this is a stout, dare I say, thicc yet curt boi, strongly reminiscent of Dan Simmons' The Terror for me. I've not read travelogues, but, from the Wikipedia article, at least, this is heralded as a great work, for its objectivity, comprehensibility, bredth and depth. If you've even wondered how hunting, tracking, surviving, etc. in the Canadian Northern lands was back the day, this is a good start, as it's not quite ant/arctic levels of harsh weather and allows for bit of humor or entertainment.

Samuel HearneM1
The Carpet PeopleTerry Pratchettm0.2
The Dream Universe: How Fundamental Physics Lost Its WayDavid Lindleykm01
We Have Been Harmonized: Inside China's Quest to Launch a New Era of Social Control

κινο, also fuck greeks.

Kai Strittmatter, Ruth Martin (tr.)1
A Universe from NothingLawrence M. KraussM✓1
Robert Hunter: 12 - GenesisChris CarterM1
In Search of Excellence

Platitudes and execuses therefor woven into a hot garbage taffy.

Thomas J. Peterskc0.2
The Day of the LocustNathanael West?m0.61
Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the WorldPeter S. Goodmankmgf0.56
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror: Volume 03V.A., Stephen Jones (ed.), Ramsey Campbell (ed.)m0.94
Burnt Tongues

This short story collection is the very first that is consistent banger after banger, even the females ones do a great job. Its foreword by good ol' Chuck P. is also (from ..?) toppest of shelves. No one is supernatural or too fiction-y, all dreadfully 'real' in their endings. This warrants a reread in 1–2 years.

V.A., Chuck Palahniuk (ed.), Richard Thomas (ed.), Dennis Widmyer (ed.)1
Inside Job: Treating Murderers and Sex Offenders. The Life of a Prison PsychologistRebecca Myerswm0.23
Justice Corrupted: How the Left Weaponized Our Legal SystemTed Cruzm1
Fugitives and Refugees: A Walk in Portland, OregonChuck Palahniukmb0.25
Jesus, Prince of HellAdam Weishaupt (x)mwc0.51
Illuminati's Six Dimensional UniverseAdam Weishaupt (x)wc0.01
Owning the Sun: A People's History of Monopoly Medicine from Aspirin to COVID-19 VaccinesAlexander Zaitchikmk0.17
Tower 57Drew Platt, J.T. Cacibaudamp0.41
India's Legal System: Can It Be Saved?Fali S. NarimanB0.13
Medical Terminology Made Simple and Easy: A Comprehensive Review of the Language of Medicine for Medical Professionals and Nursing StudentsAnna Curranmb0.36
We Have Always Lived in the CastleShirley JacksonAm?0.14

Reading this, my rating when from m to M to ✓ to ✔, it's like Shrek says, layers 'n shiet. Absolute masterpiece in pacing, from 'normal' novel to world-wide conspiracy spanning few millenia. The book is both compelling both as story and as critique at modern-day cinema, and that easily is translated to all (nascent?) artistic media. 'Compelling' is apt, this is a page-turner, it's not a slow-burner, but the tempo does only increase, and not linearly so. 2018's Under the Silver Lake came to mind towards the end—they are comparable in how the scope or shadow of the conspiracy/mystery grows over and around the main character, subsuming him ultimately, both not exactly entertaining, but, to reiterate, compelling. I wish I could better express myself... I apologize.

Theodore Roszak✓✔1
Like, Comment, Subscribe: Inside YouTube's Chaotic Rise to World DominationMark BergenGfw0.09
From Satori to Silicon ValleyTheodore RoszakmM?0.25
Most Triumphant: The Movies and Meaning of an Irrepressible IconAlex Pappademasmga0.62
A Large Measure of SnowDenzil Meyrickm0.23
Free CultureLawrence Lessigmb0.23
Drink: A Cultural History of AlcoholIan Gatelyb0.03
Wired for Love: 1 - Re-WiredGreg DragonM1
Wired for Love: 2 - Single Wired FemaleGreg Dragonmb0.36
John Dies at the End: 4 - If This Book Exists, You're in the Wrong Universe

Well, this was a treat, and wouldn't'cha know it (needs more apostrophes, ikr) it's the last in a series. Reminds of how I really liked, added the behead of Steve Cavanagh's Eddie Flynn series. As the Spanish say (they don't really say this): Asi que muchos libros, asi que poco tiempo. *slap* No, Juanitta, no, muy mucho noecitos! Ahem, *cough, cough* anyyyway, this series is about a small town in the US, wherein weird shit regularly happens and is swept under the rug: absurdism, dry deliver, boys-will-be-boys-type humor and some plot. What Clayton Smith's Anomaly Flats wanted to be, this achieved with more dignity, grace, and elder target demographic. I'm going to read the previous three, since John did so well by the reader. Cannot remember, if I'd actually laughed (or grinned even), but it certainly was a pleasant, easy, and unencumbering read. Ah yeah, aaand it works as a novel without having reading the preceeding ones, it doens't waste 5 pages prefacing with information from them either.

Jason Pargin1
Sammy and the Cheese: 2 - RazzmatazzChristopher Moore✓g1
The Devil's Pleasure Palace: The Cult of Critical Theory and the Subversion of the WestMichael WalshmMAg0.32
The Unholy Trinity: Blocking the Left's Assault on Life, Marriage, and GenderMatt WalshAfpg0.01
Church of Cowards: A Wake-Up Call to Complacent ChristiansMatt WalshApg0.01
23 Things They Don't Tell You About CapitalismHa-Joon ChangGFw0.11
My Dark Vanessa

Here's an interesting one. As recommended, or at least talked, about by ma boi, this 1.5e5 word novel is da thicc (to use the bad joke/phrase from If This Book Exists, You're in the Wrong Universe), and not unduly so, as it follows a *drum rolls* Vanessa from the age of 15 to 32, skipping between past, major plot points and the present, serving as elongated epilogue. The author says she'd beening fleshing out the novel, its ideas since teenagehood, with thoughts and experiencing coloring in details as she pases through time. Even false, the hormonal carpet bombinbing of teenager(female)s is convincing from observation and memory both.

Our curly-haired redhead (<3!) develops an interesting relationship to her English literature teacher at a bordering school in Maine. The bording school serves mostly to sequester youths from comfort, familiarity, security, and allow them to overcome this via tough love, discipline, extracurricular activities, study, self-discovery; it isn't single-sexed, nor Harvard-prep-tier, but still considered fancy-shmancy for blue-collars, like V.'s parents, although she's accepted there with a scholarship. Rebellous and conscious, our protag distances herself from family and friends old, becoming obsessed with S.. I am under what ma boi found unresolved/unclear/unsettled with V. 's relation to the aforementioned novel or the teacher. (I'll edit this, if he responds and I remember.) I see a clingy, needy youth, having wasted her youth or potential (whatever the fuck that is—amarite, Dylan Moran?) on somebody, who recognized a diamond in the rough, but was bewitched on both levels. The combo left both for the worse. Too much fucky-wucky, and not enough teacher/parent/friend-y time, I guess..?

V.'s impetuousness overlaps significantly with Lo's, although the latter was much, much younger, and her mental development, it could be argued, was halted until she'd escaped, and, again could be argued, never was completed. I wouldn't say the former's childhood was sacrificed, nor stolen; something was lost/exchanged, but—and I do think this is a fault of the author, that is, this is bad writting, imo—nothing significant was gained by either party. Is the reader seriously to believe that an intense, 6-month relationship, whose skipping, on-and-off status for the next seven years ruined one-to-two lives? I'm not convinced.

Having had a half-year, acute relationship with somebody 12 years younger, who fascinated me/I loved intellectually firstly, and physically afterwards; I again personally related to, comiserated with, felt various facets of this time's Humbert, his circumstance; I had to finish this. Enchanted with (and by—ha!) Lolita, and to a less degree (than with that bluff) all stories exploring power disbalances, contrasts, sexualization, violence, I needed to finish this, grating as Vanessa and all other women in the novel were, the placcid, faux, emotional, predictable b.s.. This was written by a woman, Kate-y-poo, and it shows. E.g., just about no sane, normal guy is happy to constantly orally sexually engage his partner , time and time again, yet Katey tosses my salad and makes it look as if V. is doing S. a favor in spreadign her legs, we get gratuitous cunningulous scene, that I'd say are disgusting only in being chiclit fodder, and annoying to read/suffer. I am unsure as to whether my misanthropy or my misogeny flared up more, however, credit is due, fore she wrote well the rest, the various parents and adults, in general, and, for a female-written novel released in 2021, it is fairly balanced and unleaning, showing both/all major sides to issues from Vanessa's mind and or hindsight, where tacit admissions substitute her outward emotions and positions for her (allegedly) true ones. And I say allegendly, because as her therapist remark, she's brim-filled with thoughts and emotions, most unmatured or still rough or unsolidified.

The novel to me reads as a love story gone wrong inamicably and bilaterally. There were a few great quote, and I also chortled twice. I wouldn't reread it, but I will give out the second, which I'd remembered to save (for fucking whomst've, you lonelyass nigger?---Overall, would rec for those read Lolita, wanting more and or the female side, in a way, the female-ness does't ruin it, but it dampens an almost good male support, and overall plot; but then again, she wanted to tell a story of 'abuse', I think, didn't stick around for the interview in the end of the abook, seemed annoying; whatever back to that quotaroo, bye):

Strane says I need to contextualize my reluctance to grow up, that everyone my age is drawn to self-victimization. "And that mentality is especially difficult for young women to resist," he says. "The world has a vested interest in keeping you helpless." He says as a culture we treat victimhood as an extension of childhood. So when a woman chooses victimhood, she is therefore freed from personal responsibility, which then compels others to take care of her, which is why once a woman chooses victimhood, she will continue to choose it again and again.

Kate Elizabeth Russela✓1
The Murderbot Diaries: 1 - All Systems RedMartha Wellsbp♀m0.36
Some Fruits of SolitudeWilliam PennGwm0.61
How Religion Evolved - And Why It EnduresRobin Dunbarmk1
LeechHiron EnnesMA0.73
The Doll HouseEdward Lee✓M1
The Shuttered Room and Other Tales of TerrorAugust DerlethMmp1
The Lurker at the ThresholdAugust DerlethMmp0.1
Irrational Man: A Study in Existential Philosophy

A look of how existentialism came to be, the whole history and key figures. Slightly above decent for a one-time read, at times boring due to focusing on, to me, irrelevant details of said cunts. Minus points for skipping by Kafka.

William BarrettMk1
Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries

Focuses strongly on the people, but the narrator is boring, although the story is nice. Gave me some outrageous (for the 70s and 80s) fic to read. It'll be shit, I'll do one a later today before retiring to something decent (Beatrice Sparks).

Rick EmersonMmb0.43
The Nolan Variations: The Movies, Mysteries, and Marvels of Christopher Nolan

Much of the Interstellar and Dunkirk bits I fastforwarded, since I like neither thematically, and the former musically especially. Was nevertheless interesting to hear the man's thoughts and process, albeit there really isn't much to it, he just good in a field dominated by safe choices.

Tom ShoneMm0.87
Go Ask Alice

Yeah, no 14-year-old turning 15 uses both 'blah' and 'nary' within 2 paragraphs, right? I know of at best one 15-year-old with a good vocabulary, but This is an American lassie from the 1970s and –80s, publically educated, so—err, no. Knowing beforehand that this account is wholly fictional and sensationalized (s. Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries. Rick Emerson., 'tis aboot the author), riding the wave of hippys, Manson's and the likes crimes, aaand it just doesn't read as a youth's. The choice of words, for one, and, for two, it being a placcid, sub-mediocre, middle-aged, religious nut and her friends' experiences of a salad toss. It stinks of pre-owned vehicle dealer.

The first of the two diaries end in an arrest, drug bust. She's run away from home with a one year elder colleague, at 15 to do drugs and works for a living, that is, to quote: Another day, another blowjob., prostitute herself. The rollercoaster ride, that is the tone and qualitity of writing, gives is unconvincin, it's desperate. Beat for beat, it's a 3-bar repetition of: I-love-my-family-and-God-and-chuch-and-Roger, I-love-list-of-drugs-I-feel-so-list-of-descriptors, I-feel-so-bad-and-I'm-never-doing-this-again-and-self-pity til the end. Ends abruptly on a the good bar of the periodical, with a note serving as epilogue to instill doubt and distrust in all past, present and future drug users. See? This is what happens to your children when x,y,z. This is the first of the anonymous teenage diaries distributed/leaked by B.S.'s agent, so it should get better, but I'm not holding my breath.

post scriptum
Chronologically going through the first 4 four of the diaries, one very same primitive 3-cycle I'd described reoccurs without fail, starting right after the preliminary up to 5 pages. Jay's whatever, published three years after this one, has wrting not an ounce of improvement, nor difference. For the third and forth, I increasingly quickly noticed similarities, and could predict there the story was going, not necessarily substance-wise, but still made for an unenjoyable read.
None of the children, adults, living creatures were real or even relatable-to.

Beatrice SparksWPg♀1
Jay's JournalBeatrice SparksWPgb♀0.33
It Happened to NancyBeatrice SparksWgp♀b0.18
Almost Lost: The True Story of an Anonymous Teenager's Life on the StreetsBeatrice Sparkswgb♀0.07
The Social Costs of Pornography: A Collection of Papers

Part uno is about alleged harm caused by pornography, most of it is trash. 1. paper was just plain bad, unless I haven't seen enough porn, or 2008 was radically different porn-wise; it's a big heads-up for all the upcoming female 'scholars'. Good to start off with the disappointment. The 2. paper is okay-ish; 3. & 4. feature faulty argumentation and use fallacious studies, which are attempted to be passed off as crime statistics. These all ring like the hysteria stirred up by a few parents, preachers, or otherwise Karens, when rock and metal were gaining footing, becoming normal (or any new, edgier, or more extreme genres). Jack Thompson (campaign against video games) all over again to a significant degree.

The professions of female persuasion are oblivious to the gynocentric Western world they and their clients live in, they only bitch and whine, and possibly make matters worse. Okay, I'm generalizing and strawmaning, fine. It tires keeping with everything wrong in what I'm reading. It is astounding how many unfounded claims about pornography are made, which, I guess, are hoped to be forgotten by piling on new ones..? How any of this could have been published in a journal, or even a proceeding is beyond me: poor scholarship, deficient intellectual humility, arrogance and moralization, aruably lies.

The first point to make is that sexual desire belongs to that aspect of the human being which we summarize in the concept of the person. Many of the things that we experience we experience as animals, and what we feel does not normally depend upon thought, intention, or personality. We feel the same pain from a wound that a dog might feel if wounded in the same way. But there are other states of mind that only persons can experience. While a dog can experience aggression, he cannot experience remorse or shame, cannot wonder about the laws of nature, cannot judge another dog morally, and so on.

Roger Scruton confirmed furry-/dog-hater.
Part dos features actual people (men) and is decent, about the ethics of the pornography, tres circumnavigates the legal aspect, meh.

James R. Stoner Jr., Donna M. Hughes (ed.)g♀fm1
Finding Katie: The Diary of Anonymous, a Teenager in Foster CareBeatrice Sparkswb♀0.44
The Friendly Orange GlowBrian Dearmb0.35
100 Animals That Can F*cking End YouMamadou Ndiaye1
Geronimo's Story of His LifeGeronimom1
Harlem Detective: 1 - A Rage in HarlemChester Himes1.33
The Street of Crocodiles

A small short story collection, all composed astoundingly beautifully. Bruno Schulz was described in the foreword and his wiki article as a national treasure of a Jewish Polish writer, and even past Celina Wieniewska's translation, I would believe that. Had I the time to learn 1930s Polish, I would, just to read this. Critically however, he goes overboard in description—words, wordings, comparisons, literary devices used in every sentence cloy. It is only the virtuosic variety and novelty employed that somewhat mellow it out. As the foreword says, the tales are autobiographical in nature, all about the author's quaint hometown, his childhood memories. Style reigns here, whereas the substance of each could charitably be decocted to a paragraph.
Thank (You) for mentioning him, or rather lowkey recommending Jewish media. Lastly, a nice quote:

He walked with an awkward oblique roll in an undecided direction, along a shaky and uncertain line. His usual mood was one of indefinite basic sadness. He had the dejected helplessness of an orphan---an inability to fill the emptiness of life between the sensational events of meals. This was reflected in the aimlessness of his movements, in his irrational fits of melancholia, his sad whimpering, and his inability to settle down in any one place. Even in the depths of sleep, in which he had to satisfy his need for protection and love by curling himself up into a trembling ball, he could not rid himself of the feeling of loneliness and homelessness. Oh, how a young and meager life, brought forth from familiar darkness, from the homely warmth of a mother's womb into a large, foreign, bright world, shrinks and retreats and recoils from accepting the undertaking---and with what aversion and disappointment!

Bruno Schulz, Celina Wieniewska (tr.)✓✔1
A Pickle for the Knowing Ones

Count Dankula released a video on this bloke recently. Someone so under the auspices of a guardian angel to have elevated (dumb) luck to a new plane, one I had to visit. So, like a good little Asian tourist boy/be-middle-age-crisised man, I took out my camera, put on my best Hawaiian shirt, leather sandles and kneesocks, and I hoped on over to project gutenberg where one can find many an old document, this title included.

Now, since nineteenth century English is a tad different from present-day — and whatever carnage of that the self-pronounced Lord spoke would be harder to enunciate, I had to use a flite to get some audio for this. And, oh boy-o, I was surprised that it the blasphemous spelling sieved through the rules for pronunciation results in a surprising amount of corrects. Really. What the poor engine slarterd (slaughtered) was the lack of any punctuation, which made for paragraph-long sentences, separated by newlines, in a veeeery slowly falling intonation. Like, cosmically glacially. Capitalization isn't sporadic, but isn't regular either. You need a buffer maybe 5 times the size of your normal reading's one to keep track of the noisom fray's hardly spotable threads, to piece together, to hopefully make sense of a part of a paragraph. But, it reminds also of speaking to normal people, in a way. Fucking hell I hate people.

So, I could present here my translation of the drivel, with possible interpretation; however, even stream-of-consciousness novels aren't this, this disheveled. Dankula, or his producer, was right in assessing Timmy to be a masterful troll. There is no interparagraph continuity, and often enough no intra- either. The tone is at least not smugly highfalutin. You question the man more than yourself. Just like crosswords are more routine common knowledge retrieval, this too is mentally challenging in a very simple way, neither dangle any reward, nor deceive you. A novelty, sure, but also a one-trick pony.

Timothy DexterMmW1
The Psychopath Test: A Journey through the Madness IndustryJon Ronsonma1
Lives of Eminent PhilosophersDiogenes Laertius, Pamela Mensch (tr.)m0.03
Logically FallaciousBo Bennett0.15
The Illuminatus!: 2 - The Golden AppleRobert Anton Wilson, Robert Shea✔✔✔0.68
Freiheit pur: die Idee der Anarchie, Geschichte und ZukunftHorst Stowasser?0.03
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows

Just like any good reference book, is a bit hard to read cover-to-cover, unidirectionally, purposelessly. But it is the former in giving names or newly christening actions and ideas from the everyday that in our cozy 21. century hellhole seem to have shirked their words, or people, looking at you, authors, have just being lazy with language. A special find to fans of linguistics, language development/usage, and etymology, like myself. Though none of these (to my knowledge and experience) exist or have existed outside these covers, they are nonetheless beautiful and if you think/believe it is use the defines a language, you'll many opportunities to describe to stupid people why these mean what they do, how they are to be used, and where they stem from. Great idea for a book; I'd hope that John has used at least one elsewhere in his writings.

John Koenig✓Ma0.31
The Dawn of Everything :A New History of HumanityDavid Graeber, David Wengrow✓✔b0.41
Dark SanctuaryH.B. Gregory0
DespairVladimir Nabokov0
Ecce HomoFriedrich Nietzsche0
Old Sparky: The Electric Chair and the History of the Death PenaltyAnthony Galvin0
The Hitler Virus The Insidious Legacy of Adolf HitlerPeter Wyden0
The Mask of Sanity: An Attempt to Clarify Some Issue about the So-Called Psychopathic PersonalityHervey M. Checkley0
Tender Is The FleshAgustina Bazterrica, Sarah Moses0
The Butcher and the WrenAlaina Urquhart0
Babel, or the Necessity of Violence: An Arcane History of the Oxford Translators' RevolutionR.F. Kuang0
Sanatorium Under the Sign of the HourglassBruno Schultz?0.01
The Ascent of ManJacob Bronowski?0.01
Portrait of the Psychopath as a Young WomanEdward Lee?0.01
Psychopathy: A Very Short IntroductionEssi Viding?0.01
Trout Fishing in AmericaRichard Brautigan?0.01
The Game of LifeTimothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson0
Conjectures and Refutations: The Growth of Scientific KnowledgeKarl Popper0
The Count of ElevenRamsey Campbell0
Trips to the MoonSamosata Lucian, Thomas Francklin (tr.)0
Lucian's True HistorySamosata Lucian, Francis Hickes (tr.)0
Debt: The First 5000 Years, Updated and ExpandedDavid Graeber0
The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of BureaucracyDavid Graeber0
The Contrarian: Peter Thiel and Silicon Valley's Pursuit of PowerMax Chafkin0
Nobody's AngelJack Clark0
The Art of Contrarian Trading: How to Profit from Crowd Behavior in the Financial MarketsCarl Futia0
Socialism: The Failed Idea That Never DiesKristian Niemietz0
The InformersBret Easton Ellis0
Gang BangChuck Palahniuk0
PhoenixChuck Palahniuk0
Collection of Essays, Short Stories, E-mailsChuck Palahniuk0
Clown GirlMonica Drake, Chuck Palahniuk0
Damned: 1 - DamnedChuck Palahniuk0
Damned: 2 - DoomedChuck Palahniuk0
The Invention of SoundChuck Palahniuk0
Gotrek and Felix: Lost TalesV.A.0
Gotrek and Felix: 15 - City of the DamnedDavid Guymer0
Gotrek and Felix: 16 - KinslayerDavid Guymer0
Gotrek and Felix: 17 - RememberersDavid Guymer0
Gotrek and Felix: 18 - SlayerDavid Guymer0
Gotrek and Felix: Myths and LegendsWilliam King0
Gotrek Gurnisson: RealmslayerDarius Hinks0
Gotrek Gurnisson: GhoulslayerDarius Hinks0
Gotrek Gurnisson: GitslayerDarius Hinks0
Gotrek Gurnisson: SoulslayerDarius Hinks0
The Origins of TotalitarianismHannah Arendt0
The WomanJack Ketchum, Lucy McKee0
The Crowd: A Study of the Popular MindGustave Le Bon0
First Men in the MoonH.G. Wells0
Hello WorldPeter Cawdron0
The Law of RetaliationJon Athan0
The Taste of BloodJon Athan0
This Is My Funniest: 2V.A., Mike Resnick (ed.)0
The Anatomy of MelancholyRobert Burton0
Principles: Life and WorkRay Dalio0
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror: Volume 01V.A., Stephen Jones (ed.), Ramsey Campbell (ed.)0
The UnnameableSamuel Beckett0
Malone DiesSamuel Beckett0
Apocrypha DiscordiaJon Swabey0
Principia DiscordiaMalaclypse the Younger, Lord Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst0
Anarchy ExposedLarken Rose0
Off Season: The Unexpurgated EditionJack Ketchum0
A Psycho and his DiscipleJon Athan0
Captives and CaptorsJon Athan0
Sinister SyndromesJon Athan0
The Black Lake: Tales of Melancholic HorrorJon Athan0
The Good, the Bad, and the SadisticJon Athan0
The Harbinger of VengeanceJon Athan0
The Heartless Heart-Ripper: 2 - A Fistful of GutsJon Athan0
The Book of the SubGeniusJ.R. Dobbs0
The Illuminatus!: 3 - LeviathanRobert Anton Wilson, Robert Shea0
IndexPeter Sotos0
ToolPeter Sotos0
SpecialPeter Sotos0
The Gates of Janus: Serial Killing and its Analysis by the Moors Murderer Ian BradyPeter Sotos0
Naked LunchWilliam S. Burroughs0
As I Lay DyingWilliam Faulkner0
Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the WestCormac McCarthy0
The Anatomy of FascismRobert O. Paxton0
The Story of the EyeGeorges Bataille, Joachim Neugroschel (tr.)0
Trial of Gilles de RaisGeorges Bataille0
Gilles de Rais: The Banned LectureAleister Crowley0
Journey Into DarknessJohn Douglas, Mark Olshaker0
The Hundred-Year Marathon: China's Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global SuperpowerMichael Pillsbury0
David Kepesh: 3 - The Dying AnimalPhilip Roth0
Foundation: 1Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 2Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 3Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 4Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 5Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 6Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 7Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 8Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 9Isaac Asimov0
Foundation: 10Isaac Asimov0
The Denial of DeathErnest Becker0
EssaysArthur Schopenhauer0
The TenantRoland Topor0
Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to TechnologyNeil Postman0
Devil Take the HindmostEdward Chancellor0
Hunt for SilverGary Allen0
The Money Revolution: How to Finance the Next American CenturyRichard Duncan0
Financial Shenanigans, 4. ed.: How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks and Fraud in Financial ReportsHoward M. Schilit, Jeremy Perler, Yoni Engelhart0
Market Sense and Nonsense: How the Markets Really WorkJack Schwager0
The Education of a SpeculatorVictor Niederhoffer0
Economics After NeoliberalismJoshua Cohen0
Reminiscences of a Stock OperatorEdwin Lefevre0
The Little Book that Still Beats the MarketJoel Greenblatt0
Common Sense: You Can Be a Stock Market Genius, and the Big Secret for the Small InvestorJoel Greenblatt0
The Education of a SpeculatorVictor Niederhoffer0
Market: Making and Reversal on the Stock ExchangeVictor Niederhoffer0
Practical SpeculationVictor Niederhoffer0
Fooling Some of the People All of the TimeDavid Einhorn, Joel Greenblatt0
Fifty Years on Wall StreetHenry Clews, Victor Niederhoffer0
Profit and LossLudwig von Mises0
What Has Government Done to Our Money?Murray Rothbard0
The Mystery of BankingMurray Rothbard0
Option Volatility and Pricing - Advanced Trading Strategies and TechniquesSheldon Natenberg0
The Land of MistArthur Conan Doyle0
Before AdamJack London0
American PsychoBret Easton Ellis0
WinnetouKarl May0
Promise Falls: 1 - Broken PromiseLinwood Barclay0
Promise Falls: 2 - Far From TrueLinwood Barclay0
Promise Falls: 3 - The Twenty-threeLinwood Barclay0
Promise Falls: 4 - Parting ShotLinwood Barclay0
A Pretext for War: 9/11, Iraq, and the Abuse of America's Intelligence AgenciesJames Bamford0
1979Christian Kracht0
4 3 2 1Paul Auster0
A Letter Concerning TolerationJohn Locke0
Ada, Or ArdorVladimir Nabokov0
After Sound: Toward a Critical MusicDouglas Barrett0
Against the DayThomas Pynchon0
American AnimalsEric Borsuk0
American Awakening: Identity Politics and Other Afflictions of Our TimeJoshua Mitchell0
An Essay Concerning Human UnderstandingJohn Locke0
Animal FarmGeorge Orwell0
Antifederalist PapersThe Founding Fathers0
Nicomachean Ethics and Eudemian EthicsAristotle0
On The Soul and Parva NaturaliaAristotle0
Rhetoric and PoliticsAristotle0
Ask MoreFrank Sesno0
Bleeding EdgeThomas Pynchon0
BlindnessJose Saramago0
The RoadCormac McCarthy0
Outer DarkCormac McCarthy0
The Orchard KeeperCormac McCarthy0
No Country For Old MenCormac McCarthy0
Carrera: 1 - A Desert Called PeaceTom Kratman0
Carrera: 2 - CarnifexTom Kratman0
Carrera: 3 - The Lotus EatersTom Kratman0
Carrera: 4 - The Amazon LegionTom Kratman0
Carrera: 5 - Come And Take ThemTom Kratman0
Carrera: 6 - The Rods And The AxeTom Kratman0
Carrera: 7 - A Pillar Of Fire By NightTom Kratman0
Consequences of Capitalism: Manufacturing Discontent and ResistanceNoam Chomsky, Marv Waterstone0
Cosmosapiens: Human Evolution from the Origin of the UniverseJohn Hands0
CrusaderPaul Kengor0
Dancing with the Octopus: The Telling of a True CrimeDebora Harding0
Death Merchant Chronicles: 1 - A Dirty JobChristopher Moore0
Death Merchant Chronicles: 2 - Secondhand SoulsChristopher Moore0
Death with InterruptionsJose Saramago, Margaret Jull Costa (tr.)0
Diary of a Napoleonic Foot SoldierJakob Walter0
The Salmon of DoubtDouglas Adams0
Dying InsideThomas Pynchon0
EssaysGeorge Orwell0
Fahrenheit 451Ray Bradbury0
Fear and Loathing in Las VegasHunter S. Thompson0
Fear The WorstLinwood Barclay0
Feynman's RainbowLeonard Mlodinow0
Untimely ConsiderationsFriedrich Nietzsche0
Twilight of the IdolsFriedrich Nietzsche0
Thus Spoke ZarathustraFriedrich Nietzsche0
The Will to PowerFriedrich Nietzsche0
The AntichristFriedrich Nietzsche0
Human, All Too HumanFriedrich Nietzsche0
Beyond Good and EvilFriedrich Nietzsche0
The Dawn of DayFriedrich Nietzsche0
The Birth of Tragedy From the Spirit of MusicFriedrich Nietzsche0
The Gay ScienceFriedrich Nietzsche0
Goodbye, Things: On Minimalist LivingFumio Sasaki0
Gravity's RainbowThomas Pynchon0
Hal Spacejock: 1 - A Robot Named ClunkSimon Haynes0
Have Gun, Will Travel: The Spectacular Rise and Violent Fall of Death Row RecordsRonin Ro0
Helen And DesireAlexander Trocchi0
Hell's AngelsHunter S. Thompson0
House of LeavesMark Z. Danielewski0
How To Be A VigilanteLuke Smitherd0
How to Read a BookMortimer J. Adler0
ImperiumChristian Kracht0
Inherent ViceThomas Pynchon0
Intergalactic Space Force: Like the Space Force, but more Bigly!Chad Morgan0
Invitation To A BeheadingVladimir Nabokov0
Keep The Apidistra FlyingGeorge Orwell0
Killer, Come Back To Me: The Crime Stories of Ray BradburyRay Bradbury0
King, Queen, KnaveVladimir Nabokov0
Laughter in the DarkVladimir Nabokov0
Les MortsChristian Kracht0
Less Than Human: Why We Demean, Enslave, and Exterminate OthersDavid Livingstone Smith0
Leviathan or the Matter, Forme and Power of a Commonwealth Ecclesiasticall and CivilThomas Hobbes0
Look At The HarlequinsVladimir Nabokov0
Man In The DarkPaul Auster0
Mason and DixonThomas Pynchon0
Never Look AwayLinwood Barclay0
Night of the Living DeadGeorge A. Romero0
No Safe HouseLinwood Barclay0
No Time For GoodbyeLinwood Barclay0
On the Ends of Good and EvilMarcus Tullius Cicero0
On the Nature of ThingsLucretius, ??? (tr.)0
Panic - The Story of Modern Financial InsanityMichael Lewis0
Parallel StoriesPéter Nádas0
PninVladimir Nabokov0
Red LeavesThomas H. Cook0
Seasons of Horror: 1 - Summer of NightDan Simmons0
Seasons of Horror: 2 - Children of the NightDan Simmons0
Seasons of Horror: 3 - Fires of EdenDan Simmons0
Seasons of Horror: 4 - A Winder HauntingDan Simmons0
Simulacra and SimulationJean Baudrillard0
SkinTed Dekker0
Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of SpacetimeSean Carroll0
Song of KaliDan Simmons0
SPQR: 01 - The Kings GambitJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 02 - The Cataline ConspiracyJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 03 - The SacrilegeJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 04 - The Temple Of The MusesJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 04.5 - Statuette of RhodesJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 05 - SaturnaliaJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 06 - Nobody Loves A CenturionJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 07 - The Tribunes CurseJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 07.5 - Mighter Than The SwordJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 08 - The River God's VengeanceJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 08.5 - An Academic QuestionJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 09 - The Princess And The PirateJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 10 - A Point Of LawJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 11 - Under Vesuvius (Unabridged)John Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 12 - Oracle Of The DeadJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 12.5 - Beware of the SnakeJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 13 - The Year Of ConfusionJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 13.1 - Venus In PearlsJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 13.2 - The WillJohn Maddox Roberts0
SPQR: 13.3 - The The King Of SacrificesJohn Maddox Roberts0
Sprawl: 1 - NeuromancerWilliam Gibson0
Sprawl: 2 - BiochipsWilliam Gibson0
Sprawl: 3 - Mona Lisa OverdriverWilliam Gibson0
State of DisobedienceTom Kratman0
Sun in a Bottle: The Strange History of Fusion and the Science of Wishful ThinkingCharles Seife0
Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the WestRaymond Ibrahim0
That Wild Country: An Epic Journey through the Past, Present, and Future of America's Public LandsMark Kenyon0
The AccidentLinwood Barclay0
The Agricola and the GermaniaTacitus, Harold Mattingly (tr.), S.A. Handford (rev.)0
The Annals of Imperial RomeTacitus0
The Book of DisquietFernando Pessoa0
The Case Against SugarGary Taubs0
The Case For KetoGary Taubs0
Good Calories, Bad Calories - Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and HealthGary Taubs0
The Cement GardenIan McEvan0
The Complete Essays of MontaigneMichel Eyquem de Montaigne, Donald M. Frame (tr.)0
The Difference EngineBruce Sterling, William Gibson0
The EnchanterVladimir Nabokov0
The Enemy of All MankindSteven Johnson0
The EyeVladimir Nabokov0
The Family Next DoorSally Hepworth0
The Feather ThiefKirk Wallace Johnson0
The Federalist PapersAlexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay0
The Ghostway (Leaphorn and Chee, №6)Tony Hillerman0
The GiftVladimir Nabokov0
The Giver: 1 - The GiverLois Lowry0
The Giver: 2 - SonLois Lowry0
The Giver: 3 - MessengerLois Lowry0
The Giver: 4 - Gathering BlueLois Lowry0
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: 1 - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyDouglas Adams0
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: 3 - Life, the Universe and EverythingDouglas Adams0
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