Books you've read that you don't reckon anyone else on here has

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some that came to mind

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no i would have thought most people would have?

you’ve read some crowley? how readable was it? I’ve flipped through some, and been tempted by his (presumably terrible) short story collection at various points. don’t think I’d be able to sit through anything by him though

didn’t get all the way through it, has been sat in my room with a bookmark about 80% of the way in for 18 months or more

that one in particular is more of an instruction manual than anything, not sure how much you’d get out of just reading it. don’t think i ever bothered with his fiction but if you want something to dip into ‘the book of the law’ is full of short bits of writing and riddles, etc. but is very obtuse if you aren’t into his systems already. his ‘autohagiography’ is a really good but you need to take the whole thing with a giant pinch of salt.

For most of the last couple of years I’d have gone with this, but @he_2 has almost certainly read it.

On that basis, I’m going to have to go with this instead.

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Still have my black and green scarf :slight_smile:

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Oh yeah probably this

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cheers, I basically know nothing about him tbf. definitely interested on paper though.

Haha – 1999. That looks so much older than it is.

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‘Nod’ it is a good book but plays on my worst fears

the communist manifesto hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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I would read the fuck out of that (but haven’t)

I read this as part of a Reading Churches module at uni

Who knew there were so many people well versed in Church on this board?

120 Days Of Sodom.

Not a lot of fun…

Ned Overend, there’s a joke in the somewhere