What is the most epic cover art for a book and why is it Goosebumps #33: The Horror at Camp Jellyjam?
I remember masturbating to Goosebumps #33: The Horror at Camp Jellyjam when I was a kid and I don't remember why and I'm scared to find out. What's the weirdest, sexiest shit that happens in Goosebumps #33: The Horror at Camp Jellyjam?
Please read my books.
Do you have any recommendations for really engrossing novels? The type that you start reading and then want to do nothing but spend the rest of the day reading them. For me at least not all of the books I love feel like that.
>"kill your darlings"
>writing is riddled with darlings
He didn't say that. It was Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, fuckface. And it was 'Murder your darlings'.
Read a fucking book and stop parroting people.
Who is the greatest living science fiction author and why is it Kim Stanley Robinson?
Hi /lit/! Any scifi fans here? What'd you all think of this book?
I fucking loved it! I am a positivist and it provides a wonderful framework to demonstrate everything I have been indoctrinated to believe is true.
by the by is anyone else checking this place out from imgur? it's pretty weird. how do I let other users know if I approve of their posts?
Pimp is obvious; it's a the thrilling of biopic of Iceberg Slim that sums up the entire black experience into one book. But what about the other two?
Not sure if posting in right place but what's a good/the best e-book reader, particularly if I just want to load in a whole metric fuckton of epubs?
I was thinking of getting the kobo aura hd.
Opinions? Anything I should keep in mind?
I have the same question OP, I think I'm just going to get a kindle cause they're like €70, I could hunt a cheaper one down online but by the time I convert my money and pay delivery charges etc ect.
I have a Trekstor Pyrus 2.
It's the best thing I've ever had.
>low price (i paid it about 80 euros)
>e-ink screen with no illumination if you read in solar light
>led illumination if you're reading in the dark
>reads PDFs and manages to change the size of the text and the layout
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I have a paperwhite and really like it. It's fucked up that you have to pay extra to not have ads but I'm a fucking baller.
So I just finished the stranger and I'm not sure I'm really grasping it right. For instance, his utter indifference of life and everyone is pretty normal in my opinion, I've been feeling that way for years so what's the big deal? Am I missing something? To me it's just seems like a story about a man who ended up with some bad luck. Can someone enlighten me on it?
Camus is a gateway drug. Don't fall for that crosseyed commie Sartre. Albert "Bustin Em Under The Algerian Sun" Camus is really good though. I personally enjoy The Plague and The Trial more. If you like Camus I suggest checking out Kafka next.
>the author addresses the reader directly within the story
What does /lit/ think of these readings of Joyce's Finnegans Wake? Certainly one of the more, erm, interesting renditions I've found.
I wonder if this reader will get the whole thing up or crap out like all the others so far on YT
How bad are/what are the typos and errors present in the penguin classics deluxe edition of Gravity's Rainbow?
THERES ONE FUCKING SENTENCE CUT SHORT
STOP THIS MEME
IT'S A SENTENCE THAT DOESN'T EVEN MAKE SENSE ANYWYAS ITS A BUNCH OF DREAMSCAPE JABBERWOCKY
>Your task, in these dreams, is often to pens
>Your task, in these dreams, is often to cross—under the trees, through the shadows—before something happens
Do you guys like Star Wars books?
Do you have any favorites?
How do you feel about all of the old books becoming non-canon?
Let's talk Star Wars outside of the movie hype.
What books are you getting your relatives for Christmas?
Won't say which relatives. Also including books for friends:
1. Duma Key - Stephen King
2. The Secret Teachings of All Ages - Manly P. Hall
3. A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms - George R.R. Martin
4. Final Fantasy XI 10th Anniversary Memorial Book
5. Infinite Jest
6. Infinite Jest (for someone else)
7. Lost In The Funhouse - John Barth
Just finished this beautiful baby, can we have a discussion about it without descending into doubles?
What was your favorite chapter? I was surprised how much the "Girls" series made me wince, Ellis is a fantastically disgusting writer. He's a fantastic writer in general, IMO. One of my favorite motifs was how the detailed and literal accounts of torture, rape and murder were contrasted with the detailed descriptions of people's outfits and gadgets.
Anything else by Ellis that's worth checking out?
OP is either b8 or a child.
>mfw can we have a discussion about it without descending into doubles