1984 - George Orwell - The most disturbing book I have read lately. With Big Brother always watching, Orwell paints a society that I hope I never have to experience.
NeedfulThings - one of my favorite Stephen King novels
26 Books That Will Change The Way You See The World
have read: the stranger - albert camus
11 Dystopian Novels You Absolutely Need To Read
better photo of: a clockwork orange anthony burgess penguin book cover designer david pelham
Emily Bronte Wuthering Heights one of my fav ones
20 of the Biggest Historical Fiction Books Coming Out This Summer
The Muse, Jessie Burton’s first novel since her record-breaking 2014 debut The Miniaturist is published later this week. Ahead of its publication on the June, Martha Greengrass caught up with the author and discussed the book’s genesis
” Toni Morrison, Beloved I could write a novel about this novel.
10 Literary Road Trips from Tony D’Souza
Hunter Thompson Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Trainspotting- Irvine Welsh, a bit tough to read because it's written in Scottish style English (does that even make sense), but it's still very entertaining and edgy
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood. Dystopian novel that asks compelling questions about what happens when scientists are gods. Like all Atwood novels, this one is thought-provoking and beautifully-written.