Austin grew up in Preskitt. He is currently going to college, and spends his free time playing music and disc golf. He has read a book once. It was okay.
With all of the recent sales of American Marxism, here is a chance to look at Marx's ideas straight from the source.
Nhilism, antinatalism, and the realization that you are a puppet may not be for everyone. However, Ligotti talks about it as a matter of fact, which brings the reader down from whatever pedestal they may be standing on. This is one book that once you read, you can definitely not unread. Read with caution.
This book made me fall in love with John Coltrane and physics. It shows a link between improvisational jazz and quantum physics. I highly recommend listening to Coltrane's Blue Train while reading.
This book made me feel like I had a bourbon hangover the entire time reading it. It is a very raw look into the depraved life of Bukowski.
A story about finding the American dream. It is as chaotic as it is fun to read.
Have you ever wanted to kill someone for the betterment of humanity, but don't want to deal with the psychological fallout? Don't worry. Raskolnikov has, and you can read all about it.
Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss breaks down the modern scientific understanding of quantum physics and the origins of the universe in a very palatable, easy to read way. And yes there is free lunch at the end of the universe.
An account of Huxley's personal experience with mescaline. This book was the inspiration for Jim Morrison to name his band The Doors.
Have yo uever wanted to try the fictional foods and recipes from your favorite movies and TV shows? Andrew Rea has compiled over 100 of them into this book. This book and his Youtube channel are what got me into cooking almost three years ago, and it is still one of my favorite hobbies.
This is the true story that inspired Moby Dick. There is a lot more island burning and cannibalism than one would think. I do not condone whaling in this fashion, but it is a very interesting story.
Perhaps you will find the meaning of life in this book? Perhaps you will just look at the neat pictures of seagulls, ether way it is a great book, and one that I with I would have read earlier in life.
This was my all time favorite summer read as a kid. The stories being told are not perticularly scary on their own, but when accompanied by Stephen Gammells's drawings, the stories are almost brought to life in the most unsettling way.
If you do not plan on reading this book in its entirety, please just read the poem on pg. 6-7. It is the most beautiful and inspiring poem I have ever read.