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29 Apr 2024, 4:00 pm

Dream Psychology by Sigmund Freud



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30 Apr 2024, 6:55 pm

Wage-Labour And Capital by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels



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30 Apr 2024, 7:07 pm

You're a fast reader, Blitz! 8O


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Selected Poems of Ezra Pound


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30 Apr 2024, 7:15 pm

IsabellaLinton wrote:
You're a fast reader, Blitz! 8O


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Haha, I was on page 80 when I posted I was reading Dream Psychology (144 pages long). I read only 64 pages since then! 8)

And I have just started the most recent book, as mentioned above.



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02 May 2024, 1:29 pm

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02 May 2024, 4:19 pm

The Secrets Of Ventriloquism, by Jon Padgett.

Horror anthology I got for my birthday. So far very creepy and weird. Very reminiscent of Thomas Ligotti.


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02 May 2024, 4:51 pm

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Maximum Volume, Biography of Beatles Producer George Martin



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03 May 2024, 1:37 pm

The Honeymoon by Kate Gray

It’s not exactly great literature but it’s ok as a page turner to pass the time with.



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05 May 2024, 8:36 am

Who Stole Feminism? How Women Have Betrayed Women by Christina Hoff Sommers



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14 May 2024, 5:54 pm

Boy Swallows Universe by Trent Dalton

I can't remember a book I enjoyed so much.


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15 May 2024, 11:33 am

I always have a few books in rotation.

I am listening to Monsters We Have Made by Lindsay Starck. It's sort of spooky and pretty engaging.

On my Kindle app I am reading A Tempest of Tea (Blood and Tea, #1) by Hafsah Faizal. I'm struggling to finish this one, but I like it overall--it reminds me of a DnD party.


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15 May 2024, 11:43 am

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Bluebear is a favourite of mine. I'm glad my daughter is finally old enough to enjoy it as a bedtime story.

This book presents as a children's book, it has cartoony illustrations throughout but the language and concepts are way beyond what most kids could read. It's almost willfully obtuse in its use of language. It's translated from German so I'm not sure how much of that is deliberate.

Anyway it's excellent.


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15 May 2024, 3:37 pm

Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
Started reading it in school and liked it, but never finished it. The narrator's experiences as a black man are relatable to me on the spectrum: never seen as as much of a person as Regular People, never seen as an individual, treated like an idiot or an ass, expected to play by unwritten rules decided by others, having to fight like hell for respect, etc.


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16 May 2024, 7:39 pm

Teatro Grottesco, by Thomas Ligotti.

Rereading one of the weirdest anthologies of short horror fiction, authored by Thomas Ligotti, one of the truly underrated practitioners of horror fiction alive today.


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17 May 2024, 3:14 am

Raleigh wrote:
Boy Swallows Universe by Trent Dalton

I can't remember a book I enjoyed so much.


The Netflix series is great.



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17 May 2024, 3:16 am

The Cottage at Whisper Lake by Phillipa Nefri Clark. A kindle unlimited read