The Mystical Man

Your Favorite Novels

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What's your favorite novel?

Here's a list of my favorite novels:

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
  • City of Thieves
  • Of Mice and Men
  • Lolita
  • The Alchemist

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We need to talk about Kevin,

The particular sadness of lemon cake, 

Little Women,

One day

Room

(just a few off the top of my head!)

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Also The Alchemist 

 

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7 minutes ago, Seed said:

Room

I loved the movie. 


"Make a gift of your life and lift all mankind by being kind, considerate, forgiving, and compassionate at all times, in all places, and under all conditions, with everyone as well as yourself. That is the greatest gift anyone can give." - Dr. David R. Hawkins

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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Siddartha by Herman Hesse

The Stranger by Albert Camus

Crossings by Alex Landrigin

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I love Mishima. Spring Snow is my favourite for now, while I read his other works


In the depths of winter,
I finally learned that within me 
there lay an invincible summer.

- Albert Camus

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Didn't read too many fictions... but I liked Kafka on the Shore, the Wind-Up Bird Chronicle; besides things like Harry Potter and Dan Brown's works.


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4 hours ago, Max_V said:

I love Mishima. Spring Snow is my favourite for now, while I read his other works

I just ordered the book. 


"Make a gift of your life and lift all mankind by being kind, considerate, forgiving, and compassionate at all times, in all places, and under all conditions, with everyone as well as yourself. That is the greatest gift anyone can give." - Dr. David R. Hawkins

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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wild and A Hero of Our Time by Mikhail Lermontov.

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I forgot to mention Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. It really shows off the German language.


"Make a gift of your life and lift all mankind by being kind, considerate, forgiving, and compassionate at all times, in all places, and under all conditions, with everyone as well as yourself. That is the greatest gift anyone can give." - Dr. David R. Hawkins

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@The Mystical Man That’s awesome man, enjoy! :)


In the depths of winter,
I finally learned that within me 
there lay an invincible summer.

- Albert Camus

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I've recently started re-reading The Lord of The Rings trilogy whenever visiting my home country. Feels very therapeutic compared to when I read it 20 years ago as a kid. 

Ben Kane's Eagles series (historical fiction) were incredible and I read that twice 

G.R.R. Martin's Song of Ice & Fire saga was pretty cool as well although I hated The dance with dragons one


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Dan Brown - The Da Vinci Code

Stephen King - The Dark Tower Series


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