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enderilluminatus

Kingfisher
Gold Member
We have a thread for what we are currently reading, but this will help us track our reading habits and see how many books we actually finish (as in the first page to the last page) in 2015 and beyond. For your first post the most recent book that you finished is acceptable. Mine:

"Day Bang: How To Casually Pick Up Girls During The Day" by Roosh V
 
"Into thin air" by Jon Krakauer

A recollection of the events that transpired to kill 12 people on MtEverest in 1996.
A quick and exciting read. A real cliff hanger, if you will.
 

Chaos

Pelican
Gold Member
Just finished 48 laws of power as an audio book.
Entertaining and interesting and useful.

Loved it, especially the historical examples.
 

Lucky

Pelican
Gold Member
Just finished reading Quiet by Susan Cain.

I'll post a review soon.

If you post in this thread, you're doing better than half of the men around you. Men aren't reading much.

Last year, 48% of men had not read a fiction book and 42% had not read a nonfiction book. Only 45% of men read at least one book in 2012.

Does anyone else use Pocket? I save a ton of articles and read them when I'm on a train, waiting in line, or atop the porcelain throne. I was surprised I'd read so many articles this year and a little weirded out to see my reading habits tracked. Not that I was surprised. Great app though.

 

Bushido

Ostrich
Gold Member
Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

The author's name is a mouthful but this has got to be one of the best books I've ever read.
 

Teekay

Robin
Gold Member
The Manipulated Man.

Man, did this help me to unplug! I've been on the red pill for the past 3-4 years and it wasn't until reading this that I realized how much of the feminine conditioning I've kept in my head.

Ironically, a woman wrote this.
 

MdWanderer

Pelican
Gold Member
Teekay said:
The Manipulated Man.

Man, did this help me to unplug! I've been on the red pill for the past 3-4 years and it wasn't until reading this that I realized how much of the feminine conditioning I've kept in my head.

Ironically, a woman wrote this.
I'm going to order that book.
 

Goldin Boy

Pelican
Scientific Advertising-Claude Hopkins

Tested Adversiting Methods.

Both get into the real reasons that motivate people to buy; simple reason but often-overlooked. Every entrepreneur should read them both.
 
Just finished "Requiem for a Vagabond" by EnglishTeacher X.

It was a solid read. It mainly focuses on his stay in the Middle East where he's been teaching since Vodkaberg. There's less hedonism and debauchery than his older books, but still a healthy amount.

Forney wrote a review on his site which actually led me to the book.
http://mattforney.com/2014/12/16/re...aged-in-the-middle-east-by-english-teacher-x/



And for those who've read ETX can anyone recommend some similar reads? I saw this old thread, but I've read everything in it that I'm interested in.

I really like books like this to break up the more "serious" ones.
 

The Reactionary Tree

Pelican
Gold Member
In Defense of Women by HL Mencken

A very great read about gender politics with lots of red pill nuggets of wisdom scattered throughout the book. A short read (less than 80 pages) and lots of truths identified back then (1918) which are applicable to now.
 
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