What are you currently reading?

Amwolf

Newbie
Just started Demons by Dostoevsky

I've heard good things about this book. It's about the lack of God leading to moral degradation and ultimately the destruction of society. Here's a decent perspective on the books meaning and how it related to modern liberalism. I'm only 1 chapter in but the humor in it has already been pretty good.

Thanks for sharing. I've added this book to my reading list.
 

Maecenas

Sparrow
I just picked up Neurosis and Human Growth by Karen Horney today. I'm researching about neuroticism so I can understand it better, help people who have it, and protect myself from it better. It's pretty insightful so far, and it's got a lot of good reviews so I'm excited.

 

Anomaly

Newbie
I am currently reading Sword of Christ by Giles Corey, published in August of this year. Every Christian in the dissident right should read this book. Much is written on the cuckification of modern-day Christianity while showing that authentic Christianity is not a religion for cucks at all! One chapter is titled Christian Violence.
 
I am currently reading Sword of Christ by Giles Corey, published in August of this year. Every Christian in the dissident right should read this book. Much is written on the cuckification of modern-day Christianity while showing that authentic Christianity is not a religion for cucks at all! One chapter is titled Christian Violence.

Just started it yesterday and the beginning seems promising. Not sure if I’ll agree with all its conclusions but I’ll reserve judgment until I get there.
 
Yeah, fifteen pages deeper now than when I made my last post and it’s already turning stupid. A lot of what Corey says is correct, but page 29 is full of moronic comments about how Christianity is “only of the West” and “in practice, white and only white.” I wish the author, with that level of historical illiteracy, had not co-opted the Eastern Orthodox Cross for his cover image. He isn’t Orthodox and appears to believe that the first countries on Earth to receive the Gospel and convert were somehow not capable of being Christian - a completely ahistorical and incoherent worldview. I agree with a lot of what he says outside of that thus far.
 
Last edited:

Grow Bag

Sparrow
Ship of Ghosts by James D Hornfischer. I've hit WW2 and the Great Depression heavy this year to remind myself that things ain't so bad after all and if they get bad, it's nothing new.
 

Bizet

Woodpecker
A Falcon Flies by Wilbur Smith.

I've been an avid reader for most of my life, but during lockdown I found myself in a reading slump. The classics were boring me and contemporary novels are all soy. Then stumbled onto this gem, and I haven't been able to put it down. It's a fast-paced adventure novel, with great writing and minimal political correctness. This is my first time reading Wilbur Smith, and I definitely plan on checking out more of his works after this.
 
Currently reading "The Rational Male" by Tomassi, Rollo. I'm a tenth of the way into it, so far so good no complaints. Skims over things I already knew and expands on them, which is never a bad thing. Good list of books here that will make it to my list.
 

Mercury

Newbie
I am working through "Cheap Sex" by Mark Regnerus right now. A dark book indeed on the state of American relations and opinions on sex (dating, porn, marriage, etc.)
 
Top