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This is the general "recommend me a book" thread for The Book Barn, SA's own forum for books and book related activities. Like Reading Rainbow, but for Something Awful.

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Dec 30, 2002



I need some more literary horror, along the lines of David Searcy's Ordinary Horror or House of Leaves, preferably less than ten years old. Contrary to that statement, I also need a non-mythos starting point for H.P. Lovecraft, unless The Call of Cthulhu really is his best work.

Also, for those of you looking for literary horror that strikes at something deeper than "OMG a serial killer/goblin/whatever!," I've recommended it before and I'll recommend it again: Ordinary Horror. The customer reviews on Amazon average out to **1/2 stars, but Amazon itself and Publishers Weekly gave it glowing reviews, and for good reason. It's out of print, which is actually good news; copies can be found for as cheap as a penny!

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I really like Vonnegut and Murakami and have read most of their offerings. Any other authors (and specific books) I should check out?

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Millow posted:

I really like Vonnegut and Murakami and have read most of their offerings. Any other authors (and specific books) I should check out?

David Mitchell gets recommended a lot for Murakami fans, I haven't been able to get into him but some people really enjoy his stuff. I'd also suggest Jonathan Lethem, specifically Amnesia Moon and As She Crawled Across the Table.

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Apr 26, 2008

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I need a recommendation not for books but ways to keep track of books you've read and/or own. I've really enjoyed using Criticker for movies, both in terms of keeping track of movies I've seen and its recommendation system, and wanted to know if something like that exists for books.

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Proffessor Rapeface posted:

I need a recommendation not for books but ways to keep track of books you've read and/or own. I've really enjoyed using Criticker for movies, both in terms of keeping track of movies I've seen and its recommendation system, and wanted to know if something like that exists for books.

I've been using watch naked brothers band for a while to keep track of what I read. Free and very easy to use.

I've also seen LibraryThing recommended a lot, though I understand it's only free for a certain amount of books, then you pay like $20 for a lifetime membership or something. Haven't used it myself so I can't say how good it is.

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Apr 26, 2008

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Encryptic posted:

I've been using vanessa hudgens nude 2009 for a while to keep track of what I read. Free and very easy to use.

I've also seen LibraryThing recommended a lot, though I understand it's only free for a certain amount of books, then you pay like $20 for a lifetime membership or something. Haven't used it myself so I can't say how good it is.

Thank you, that looks exactly like what I had in mind. A friend wanted me to join weRead but between the fact that they're owned by Lulu.com and the hamfisted social networking I wanted an alternative.

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Nov 29, 2007

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I'm interested in non-fiction books about nuclear weapons in a few areas: 1) history, 2) the sociological/cultural effects on Japan post-war or the world at large, and 3) any sort of philosophical books about the topic. Also, any Internet sites, online articles, etc. are fine too if you have a good one to recommend.

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timeandtide posted:

I'm interested in non-fiction books about nuclear weapons in a few areas: 1) history, 2) the sociological/cultural effects on Japan post-war or the world at large, and 3) any sort of philosophical books about the topic. Also, any Internet sites, online articles, etc. are fine too if you have a good one to recommend.

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Millow posted:

I really like Vonnegut and Murakami and have read most of their offerings. Any other authors (and specific books) I should check out?

As a big Murakami fan I really enjoyed Banana Yoshimoto's Kitchen, a book containing two short stories about characters in Japan (they are not as intensely metaphysical as Murakami's work, but they do have a quality similar to his - especially in terms of interpersonal communication).

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Well I just started reading a few Wodehouse books. I've always wanted to get into his work but I just never had the opportunity. Browsing the local library I managed to pick up Cocktail Time and Uncle Dynamite and loved both.

I want to read more of his work but he has a pretty extensive bibliography so it seems a bit daunting. Are there any absolute must-reads? I can see myself getting through most of his material but I'm really spoilt for choice and not sure where to really start.

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Millow posted:

I really like Vonnegut and Murakami and have read most of their offerings. Any other authors (and specific books) I should check out?

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He has three short story collections and a novella. Of those I've only read through sex black on white CivilWarLand in Bad Decline and I liked it a lot. austin st john naked The Braindead Megaphone is his latest collection of essays -- I'm reading it right now and it's enjoyable.

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timeandtide posted:

I'm interested in non-fiction books about nuclear weapons in a few areas: 1) history, 2) the sociological/cultural effects on Japan post-war or the world at large, and 3) any sort of philosophical books about the topic. Also, any Internet sites, online articles, etc. are fine too if you have a good one to recommend.

It can be more than a little esoteric, but I liked The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes, and the follow-up Dark Sun. TMotAB is all about the logistics behind gathering the epic team necessary for the Manhattan Project. It can be very math/physics heavy, but there is a ton on information for anyone interested in the subject.

When you think about it, there really hasn't been any time in history that saw such a gathering of utter masters of their fields. The gathering of Physicists, Chemists and Mathematicians is absolutely unprecedented in history.

Dark Sun is more about the situation the US faced post-Manhattan Project, and the Cold War accelerating and the development of the Hydrogen Bomb.

Like I said, I really liked The Making..., but Rhodes gets away from just showing the facts and gets into too much innuendo and hearsay in Dark Sun. It's still a really good book, but not as good as the first in my opinion.

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Looking for stuff like The Appointment in Samarra, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Theodore Dreiser, Revolutionary Road, or Generation X by Coupland. poo poo, if you gave me stuff like Generation X I'd love you.

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Sep 12, 2004

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timeandtide posted:

I'm interested in non-fiction books about nuclear weapons in a few areas: 1) history, 2) the sociological/cultural effects on Japan post-war or the world at large, and 3) any sort of philosophical books about the topic. Also, any Internet sites, online articles, etc. are fine too if you have a good one to recommend.

Before the Fall-out by Diana Preston is a history of science account on the developments that lead up to the discovery of the science and ultimate creation of the atom bomb. On my shelf but I haven't gotten to it yet.

Publisher's Weekly posted:

Nuclear weapons have been an immutable aspect of the world for the past 60 years. The story of how they came to be, and the race between the Allied and Axis nations to be the first to harness the destructive power of the atom, is wonderfully told by British historian Preston (A First Rate Tragedy; Lusitania; etc.). She weaves together history, physics, politics and military strategies to convey both the monumental scientific achievement the bomb represented and, at the same time, the ethical and humanitarian implications of creating such a wild power.

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For another raw historical perspective you can also track down a copy of Atom Bombs: The Top Secret Inside Story of Fat Man and Little Boy by John Coster-Mullens. Its self published and for sale off of poonam jhawar nude pics, but its actually very thoroughly researched and put together. There was a really neat story about the whole journey to put it together last December in hot lesbians porn videos which is worth the read alone even if you don't feel driven to get a copy. The guy is essentially a mildly autistic trucker who drove around taking pictures of declassified documents, old parts of the bomb, interviewing old machinists etc. After reading about it I couldn't resist and ordered a copy and it took about a month to arrive. Parts of it are incredibly dry, but the first hand accounts from the pilots are really interesting, the painstaking recreation of the bomb specs is impressive, and the pictures are neat to look at. Even though Coster-Mullens is a truck driver by trade there are several professional historians singing his work's praises, so don't let the source fool you.

I love this topic and all of the huge historical issues surrounding it. I took a history of science course for an upper division writing credit back in college and got sucked into researching a lot of the cultural forces that lead up to this for the final paper, including anti-semitism and academic antagonism between experimentalists and theoretical scientists in the century leading up to WWII. Its really interesting, especially considering Germany was the pre-eminent scientific power and their socio-cultural-historical issues directly lead to their downfall (as opposed to solely a military defeat) and the subsequent rise of Big Science in the United States.

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Jan 20, 2004

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I really like jail/prison nonfiction-- and I'd really like some recommendations. Two books I recently read were big brother brazil naked The Hot House: Life inside Leavenworth Prison, and brooke banner porn tube Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing. Both were really interesting books, one was a journalist who interviewed guards/inmates. The other was a journalist who couldn't get access so he became a prison guard for a year. There is a lot of natalie portman nude goya true crime pulp out there that doesn't really interest me, I prefer these books that are more of the 'big picture'.


EDIT- for people scrolling through, I still haven't gotten any recommendations. If you have any, please share!

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Frontalot posted:

I need some more literary horror, along the lines of David Searcy's Ordinary Horror or House of Leaves, preferably less than ten years old. Contrary to that statement, I also need a non-mythos starting point for H.P. Lovecraft, unless The Call of Cthulhu really is his best work.

Also, for those of you looking for literary horror that strikes at something deeper than "OMG a serial killer/goblin/whatever!," I've recommended it before and I'll recommend it again: Ordinary Horror. The customer reviews on Amazon average out to **1/2 stars, but Amazon itself and Publishers Weekly gave it glowing reviews, and for good reason. It's out of print, which is actually good news; copies can be found for as cheap as a penny!

I second this request. I would like things similar to House of Leaves, more spooky than full on horror.

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CaptainScraps posted:

Still in love with fiction about how much the American dream sucks.

Looking for stuff like The Appointment in Samarra, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Theodore Dreiser, Revolutionary Road, or Generation X by Coupland. poo poo, if you gave me stuff like Generation X I'd love you.

Brett Easton Ellis sounds like he'd be right up your alley. American Psycho is his most famous work, but I think Rules of Attraction, Less Than Zero and Lunar Park are more in line with what your looking for. Though Lunar Park is full of call backs to his earlier work, so I would save that for if you read his other stuff and like it.

Henry Miller is probably also a good fit, Sexus and Tropic of Capricorn. Tropic of Cancer, his most famous work, takes place in Paris and is wonderful too.

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Dec 30, 2002



Luna posted:

I second this request. I would like things similar to House of Leaves, more spooky than full on horror.

Skwirl posted:

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Frontalot posted:

I should've mentioned that one in my OP. Excellent horror novel.

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Bozart posted:

Could I get a recommendation for an interesting fantasy or historical fiction like Rise of a Merchant Prince or Mistress of the Empire by Feist, or the Curse of Chalion (etc) by Lois McMaster Bujold, or The Saga of Recluse by L. E. Modesitt Jr.? Also scratch off JV Jones. Something with intrigue and fleshed out characters, but not ludicrously longwinded.

Scott Lynch's Gentleman Bastard series. The first book is the free facial porn videos The Lies of Locke Lamora. Loads of intrigue, fairly well fleshed out characters, and certainly not long-winded, it moves along at a fairly fast pace. I don't rate him as highly as some here do, but it is a fun read. Kind of a fantasy version of a Dumas novel starring Jason Statham.

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Luna posted:

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Proffessor Rapeface posted:

I need a recommendation not for books but ways to keep track of books you've read and/or own. I've really enjoyed using Criticker for movies, both in terms of keeping track of movies I've seen and its recommendation system, and wanted to know if something like that exists for books.

Shelfari is quite good as well. Nice interface and very easy to use, there's also a pretty good community. Free and no limit on books you can add. They're affiliated with Amazon last I checked.

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Frontalot posted:

It's a very different type of horror story, but it's still a horror story.

Added it to my Amazon list, thanks for the recommendation.

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Could I get a recommendation for an interesting fantasy or historical fiction like Rise of a Merchant Prince or Mistress of the Empire by Feist, or the Curse of Chalion (etc) by Lois McMaster Bujold, or The Saga of Recluse by L. E. Modesitt Jr.? Also scratch off JV Jones. Something with intrigue and fleshed out characters, but not ludicrously longwinded.

Honestly Recluse isn't even that hot.

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Frontalot posted:

Contrary to that statement, I also need a non-mythos starting point for H.P. Lovecraft, unless The Call of Cthulhu really is his best work.

Dream-Quest For Unknown Kadath. It's long, I personally think it's better than Call, and it sets you up for The Silver Key -> Through the Gates of the Silver Key.

You might also check out The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward (I wasn't that impressed with it but YMMV) or At The Mountains of Madness (technically a mythos story but written in a rather different fashion than most of them.)

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Tuxedo Catfish posted:

Dream-Quest For Unknown Kadath. It's long, I personally think it's better than Call, and it sets you up for The Silver Key -> Through the Gates of the Silver Key.

You might also check out The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward (I wasn't that impressed with it but YMMV) or At The Mountains of Madness (technically a mythos story but written in a rather different fashion than most of them.)
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I am looking for a book that deals with the theme of growing up. I'm talking about this awkward phase of the transition from the teenager self to becoming an adult. I've read The Catcher in the Rye(pretty good), The Perks of being a Wallflower(maybe I'm too old for this one)and On the Road (an amazing read) that all kind of deal with this theme. Anyone got any recommendations that helped them clear up some confusion in this weird stage of life?

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First thing that came to mind was Ham on Rye by Bukowski. I don't remember it very well and it's been years since I've read it, but I'm pretty sure it fits the bill. Much, much bleaker than the ones you've listed, so fair warning.

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Fortress of Solitude by Jonathan Lethem comes to mind, some of Infinite Jest's more prominent strands also deal with that kind of issue (and what better time to read IJ?). Great Expectations is dead-on what you're looking for, too.

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It might be worth checking out Jeff Noon. I haven't read any Murakami so I can't say for sure if their are any similarities but I've read some comments that compare the two and a couple of "If you like this you may also like...." connections.

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What should I read when I finish up the Song of Fire and Ice series? I'm only halfway through the first book at the moment, but I read pretty quickly, so I'd like to have some good recommendations lined up for when I finish. Does anyone know of any other good fantasy series that's pretty close in quality and scope?

I've already read through as much of the Wheel of Time series as I can stand, so we can skip those.

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