You know what I love about reading?
And if you don’t, then you might not know what to do with the time.
But if you have the time, I’ve got a few books that I would recommend you read right now.
A History of Modern Science by Michael Dummett (HarperCollins) 2.
The Last Tycoon by Alexander Dugin (Verso) 3.
The Book of My Life by H.G. Wells (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) 4.
The Great Wall of China by Mark Twain (Random House) 5.
The Odyssey by Homer (Simon & Schuster) 6.
The Lord of the Rings by J.R.
R Tolkien (Penguin Classics) 7.
The New Testament by Mark E. Smith (Random Book Company) 8.
The History of Sexuality by Christina Hoff Sommers (Little, Brown) 9.
The Secret History of the World by John Steinbeck (Doubleday) 10.
The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire by Carlo Cafiero (RandomHouse) 11.
The End of the Human Race by George Orwell (Doubling Books) 12.
The World is Not Enough by Michael Hardt (Random Books) 13.
The Politics of Consciousness by Dostoevsky (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) 14.
The Way of the Warrior by A. A. Milne (Hachette Book Group) 15.
The Theory of Everything by Carl Sagan (Harvard University Press) 16.
The Martian by Chris Roberson (Simon and Schuster UK) 17.
The War of the Worlds by C.S. Lewis (Random) 18.
The Art of War by Eric Hoffer (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) 19.
The Game of Life by Ayn Rand (Harold Pinter) 20.
The Rules of the Game by John Grisham (Simon) 21.
The Power of Positive Thinking by Thomas Kuhn (Douglas) 22.
The Social Contract by Noam Chomsky (University of Chicago Press) 23.
The Myth of Sisyphus by Plato (University Press of Kentucky) 24.
The Golden Apples by John Donne (Random Press) 25.
The Three Stooges by Jules Verne (Douglass) 26.
The Prince by William Shakespeare (Random Penguin) 27.
The Chronicles of Narnia by JRR Tolkien (Random UK) 28.
The Mummy by Mary Shelley (Random US) 29.
The God Delusion by Robert Anton Wilson (RandomUS) 30.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams (Random, UK) 31.
The Bible by Matthew 7:21-24 (Doumont) 32.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (Simon Pulse) 33.
The Big Short by Stephen King (Doulter) 34.
The Kingkiller Chronicle by Stephen Spielberg (Harman/Chappell) 35.
The Lives of Others by Toni Morrison (Harpers) 36.
The Little Prince by Susan Sontag (Random Reprints) 37.
The Master by Mark Haddon (Random Publishing) 38.
The Seven Deadly Sins by James Joyce (Random New York) 39.
The Princess Bride by JK Rowling (Random Random UK) 40.
The Tempest by Ernest Hemingway (Random U.S.)
The Twilight Zone by Robert A. Heinlein (RandomReprints.com) 42.
The Unfinished Swan by John Updike (RandomU.
The Witch by Neil Gaiman (Random reprints, U.K.)
The White Tiger by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
The Tao of Confucius by Mao Zedong (Random reprint, China) 46.
The Time Traveler’s Wife by Hervé de Balzac (Randombooks.com ) 47.
The Twelve Books of Ovid by Giovanni Piranesi (Random).
The Complete Works of Shakespeare by William Wordsworth (Random Classics UK) 49.
The Emperor’s New Clothes by Joseph Conrad (Random American) 50.
The Man Who Sold the World, The, and the Stars by Joseph Goebbels (Random America) 51.
The Ulysses by Thomas Pynchon (Random Canada) 52.
The Wretched of the Earth by Sylvia Plath (Random English) 53.
The Girl on the Train by Margaret Atwood (Random Republic) 54.
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Mitchell (Random HarperCollins) 55.
The Good Earth by John Green (Random Simon & Schub) 56.
The Second Sex by Tanya Huffman (Random United Kingdom) 57.
The Catcher in the Rye by JH Potter (Random Kindle) 58.
The Road Less Traveled by T.S Anderson