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Book thread? Any good books you read recently? Why do you like the book you recommended? Any good stories out there /b/?

You rolled the number 529474766 (dubs)

 No.3410[D]

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>>3409
>this

You rolled the number 803484850 (no dubs or higher)

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>>3409
this one's about ww1. Pretty much the exact opposite of what Remarque wrote about the same conflict, so it, indeed, was a pretty interesting read.

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>>3409
Here's an old favorite of mine. The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury, who also wrote Fahrenheit 451. A lovely piece of old SciFi from back when we though Mars was inhabitable. It sort of imagines that the colonization of Mars would mirror the Westward Expansion of America. A fascinating read that really leaves you thinking once it's over. It also tells a lot about the time period in which it was written. The hopes and fears of that time ring throughout.

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H2G2, this "trilogy of five" is so much fun to read and imagine, Douglas Adams style is absolutely one of the best I ever read.

 No.3477[D]

>>3456
>trilogy of five
excuse me?

 No.3478[D]

>>3477
>book 1 of 3
>book 2 of 3
>book 3 of 3
>book 4 of 3
>book 5 of 3

it's pretty self explanatory anon

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>>3478
This is the best explanation of the series I've ever encountered. I'm stealing this and claiming it as my own. Please take this pic of a broad with a nanner as blutgeld.

 No.3557[D]

I would reccomend watership down. Very comfy book.

 No.3922[D]

Hmmm... "Neverwhere" by Neil Gaiman, I also liked "Books of blood" by Clive Barker.

 No.3923[D]

I consider the Tao Te Ching a must read. You might call it "the philosophy of comfiness."

 No.4143[D]

One thing.
The series that influenced my childhood,
And pushed me to read more as a child.
Bionicle.
https://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/25420-biological-chronicle-the-complete-bionicle-collection/
Also, if anyone wondering about the rap video : https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=K1CTPC02n0c



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