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    House of Leaves - Mark Danielewski An American...

    House of Leaves - Mark Danielewski
    An American Dream - Norman Mailer
    Back to Blood - Tom Wolfe
    Last Exit to Brooklyn - Hubert Selby Jr.
    Reheated Cabbage - Irvine Welsh

    All at 20% off. Not too...
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    Been addicted to Breaking Bad since last year....

    Been addicted to Breaking Bad since last year. The first season of Hannibal is promising as well. Black Mirror, too.
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    Maybe Catcher in the Rye and Kiss Me, Judas (to...

    Maybe Catcher in the Rye and Kiss Me, Judas (to name a few).
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    The Ringmaster's Daughter by Jostein Gaardner. If...

    The Ringmaster's Daughter by Jostein Gaardner. If you can get your hands on Alejandro Jodorowksy's film scripts, that would be a good deal.
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    Please do your homework :)

    Please do your homework :)
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    Pusher trilogy. 10/10. I just loved the films...

    Pusher trilogy. 10/10. I just loved the films (all of it ) of this director, Nicolas Winding Refn. I've seen his films many times and never seemed to be tired of it.
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    Try these authors: William H. Gass, Martin...

    Try these authors: William H. Gass, Martin Heidegger, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jorge Luis Borges.
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    El Topo. This one is a classic. A fusion of...

    El Topo. This one is a classic. A fusion of surrealism, mysticism, absurdism and existentialism typically found in Alejandro Jodorowski's films - at least, the good ones. 9, 9.5/10.
  9. Yeah, me too. Just finished reading his bio, So...

    Yeah, me too. Just finished reading his bio, So It Goes and Kurt Vonnegut The Last Interview. You might want to check those if you still haven't.

    Vonnegut's Mother Night, might qualify in this...
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    Sticky: Where can a man escape to, when he hasn't enough...

    Where can a man escape to, when he hasn't enough madness left inside him? - Louis-Ferdinand Celine
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    Only God Forgives. 10/10

    Only God Forgives. 10/10
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    Animal Kingdom 8 maybe 8.5/10

    Animal Kingdom 8 maybe 8.5/10
  13. Ivan Karamazov

    Ivan Karamazov
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    Here's a few:

    Farewell to Arms - Hemingway
    Maya - Jostein Gaardner
    Breakfast of Champions - Vonnegut
    A Happy Death - Camus


    The works of Virginia Woolf. There's a certain brittleness...
  15. Reduces body fats in a godly way.

    Reduces body fats in a godly way.
  16. Edith kept reassuring her youngest child that the...

    Edith kept reassuring her youngest child that the Vonneguts would rise to the top again, and would resume his "proper place in society" when the bad times ended and "would swim with members of other...
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    Sticky: Look at it go! - Vonnegut, Hocus Pocus

    Look at it go! - Vonnegut, Hocus Pocus
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    Alright, you have convinced me and the last...

    Alright, you have convinced me and the last sentence just sealed the deal. I'm getting that book asap. I've read Hunger last year and really liked it. Watched Jan Troell's docu entitled Hamsun. It...
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    Trance

    Trance
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    There's a bilingual edition of Jorge Luis Borges' Selected Poems. Good stuff.
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    Sartre, Camus, Dostoevsky, Jostein Gaarder to...

    Sartre, Camus, Dostoevsky, Jostein Gaarder to name a few.
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    I've read it a few years ago. It was Ok. Haven't...

    I've read it a few years ago. It was Ok. Haven't read any of Kundera's books since then which means he's not on the top of my list.
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    the most pricey book I ever bought was probably...

    the most pricey book I ever bought was probably Jeff Noon's Cobralingus. I can't find it in any of the bookstores, so I resulted in buying it online. Costs around hundredtwenty. Worth it, though....
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    Really? I thought Catch-22 was one of the...

    Really? I thought Catch-22 was one of the funniest book I've ever read.

    topic:

    The Purpose Driven Life by I-don't-give-a-fvck-who-wrote-it. lol, I'm kidding.

    Seriously:

    The Room by Hubert...
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    ^ lol, yeah. Or peyote!

    ^ lol, yeah. Or peyote!
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