Friends, what is your favorite book?

Started by Enot, Jul 26, 2022, 05:56 AM

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Friends tell or recommend your favorite books. I would love to read your thoughts and impressions:)


hi, I'm Arthur, I'm 23, and I'm a programmer my favorite books are "The Pragmatic Programmer" and "Python's Bite" in the first book the practices of working with programs are written in great detail, in the second you can feel like a programmer and try to write the first lines of your program and learn a lot of useful information. :)  :)


 "50 days to suiсide" is my favorite. This book hooked me with the simplicity of the life situation of most teenagers, first love, difficult communication with parents, the search for one's "I". The events that unfold around the main character will not leave you indifferent.


I can't say that I have only one favourite book. I have favourite genres. I enjoy reading detectives, horror & science fiction and stories about the Native Americans. I read in Russian and in English. And sometimes I read in Spanish. As for recommendations: I liked the book "Ride the Wind" by Lucia StClair Robson. It was a mixture of nice, disgusting and astonishing moments in the story. If you like the stories about the Native Americans, read it. It's worth reading!

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 The book I read is called "How to Win friends and influence" by the author, who is Dale Carnegie. The book will help you develop your own sociable qualities, thereby you will somehow know with whom and how to communicate)


Stephen King "The Dark Tower".
Why? Because this is another universe, another world, another reality, in which you are drowning together with the heroes of the book.
Thanks to King's style of writing with his "presence effect", it's as if you become another hero from the pages of the book. You find yourself in the world of Roland, Suzanne, and muddled earwigs and go towards adventures. You go along with the Shooter in search of the Dark Tower. It's an incredibly exciting journey.