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MUST READ!! Life Changing Fiction Books



I can’t believe some of you are sleeping on these amazing books. This week I talked about the books that changed my life! These are books that have made me …

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  1. prachi

    August 23, 2021 at 11:37 pm

    It felt like you were telling the story of your life through these book recommendations! I loved it 💛

  2. Literary Gladiators

    August 23, 2021 at 11:37 pm

    This was such a good list of books that I have read or would probably be inclined to read! First off, was Alexander Maksik ever charged or found guilty for his actions as he depicted them through fiction in You Deserve Nothing? If he was, he could not legally publish or profit from what he did. I am definitely going to read more by William Shakespeare, but it may be a few more months before I do so. My first Kurt Vonnegut read was Timequake and I was incredibly turned off that I held off on reading his works for awhile. Then I read Harrison Bergeron last year, a short story of his, and thought it was fantastic! I like how you have read more by George Orwell aside from Animal Farm or 1984. Those two are the works he is by and far known most for and 1984 is becoming more important and haunting (so is Animal Farm, but that one is more allegorical, while 1984 is direct), but he wrote a lot of other thought-provoking works as well. I did not read A Clergyman's Daughter, but I did read Keep the Aspidistra Flying and thought it was really good! In one of my first buddy reads, a Booktuber pulled me in and said that we are doing a buddy read of this book and I agreed to do so and am glad I did so. It finished in my Top 10 the year I read it. I am also really glad that you enjoyed reading Stoner by John Williams. It was a bit pretentious in its nature and Bill Stoner is a bit of a stiff character, but you cannot help but admire him, feel sympathetic for him, and I especially liked the moment he took a stand. That book also made my Top 10 in the year I read it. I read Crime and Punishment in late-2018, early-2019 and was not as amazed, but I would like to read more by Dostoyevsky. Thank you for sharing! -Josh

  3. Jurek

    August 23, 2021 at 11:37 pm

    Loved the video, and seeing how literature really impacts people in a meaningful way in a time where we retain nothing from the world around us! I think I might go and pick up stoner tomorrow because it sounds like a really good book to read in a time where so much weight and expectations are placed on us. Hopefully I'll get to read more of Shakespeare next year as I take an academic class on him. Keep up the amazing work Svenya!

  4. Jordan Schuster

    August 23, 2021 at 11:37 pm

    This was a fantastic list of books! I’m so excited to read some of these!!

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