08 April 2010

your favourite book(s)?



27 comments:

min it said...

"Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí" by Milan Kundera

"Demian" by Herman Hesse

Vanessa said...

Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut and East of Eden by John Steinbeck. They both blow me away every time.

Vanessa said...

Also, what's the song you're playing today? Love it.

Vanessa said...

Also, what's the song you're playing today? Love it.

Make it Easy said...

thanks for sharing! should check them out!

song is "VCR" by The Xx

:-)

danica said...

on beauty by zadie smith, the history of love by nicole krauss, french milk by lucy knisley (a graphic novel), extremely loud and incredibly close by jonathan safran foer and many, many more :)

Piou said...

* "Martin Eden" by Jack London

* "The wall" by Marlen Haushofer

* "Före Morgondagen" by Jorn Riel

* All the books by Wilkie Collins

world of sekimachihato said...

this book store looks like one i used to hang out in at the back of shibuya station.
mmm. wonder if it is.

i'm loving my current read: "little bee" by chris cleave

sun. said...

all my friends are superheroes - andrew kaufman <3<3

OdetteO said...

Thanks for asking. :)

Titus Groan & Gormenghast - Mervyn Peake
The Once & Future King - T.H. White
NP - Banana Yoshimoto
Mortal Love - Elizabeth Hand
The Limits of Enchantment - Graham Joyce
Mama Day - Gloria Naylor

Jenni said...

Anja Snellman/Kauranen - Tushka
Hanif Kureishi's books
Cristopher Moore - Fluke or I know why the winged whale sings
Jayne Anne Phillips' and Claire Castillon's short stories

Lady Spider said...

Anything by Terry Pratchett or Brian Froud & Drop Dead Cute by Ivan Vartanian :)

lolina. said...

fight club by chuck palahniuk
69 by ryu murakami
coin locker babies by ryu murakami

yes. i geek for ryu murakami. :)

lisa. said...

Autobiography of Red- Anne Carson, Who Do You Think You Are? - Alice Munro. Can Con.

Lorena said...

Ask the Dust and The Sound of Waves

marie said...

ah I'm not sure I could decide!

ps. i've been listening to xx vcr non stop - i get pretty obsessive with music sometimes:)

See Hear Say said...

the time traveller's wife by audrey niffenegger!

Aron said...

Anything by Nabokov.
I just saw your name is Aron. Mine too! It so rare that I "meet" another person with that spelling!

Yoli said...

Anything and everything by Angela Carter.

Madeline said...

"Clockers" by Richard Price and "White Noise" by Don DeLillo.

Celine said...

I am not reading anything right now (I am terrible, I don't read!). But that library is the most romantic library ever (or is it a book shop?)

Martta said...

Hey I'm reading Banana Yoshimoto's A sleep at the moment. It's gorgeously melancholy, so so beautiful.

Bonjour Juliette said...

Mine are "Oreiller d'herbes" (草枕), by Natsume Sosêki, and "La Chronique de l'oiseau à ressort" (ねじまき鳥クロニクル) by Haruki Murakami, and i just read "Sonietchka" by Ludmila Oulitskaïa which was really really good... I love reading, i could make a 3 meters long list!

hildegarde said...

short stories by Jorge Luis Borges are rather brilliant

Anonymous said...

kitchen, banana yoshimoto is my fav : )

dandybridge said...

On The Road - Jack Kerouac :) definitely

Claudia said...

Mine are all so different from one another: Snow by Orhan Pamuk, Beloved by Toni Morrison, All Families Are Psychotic by Douglas Coupland, and, of course, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak :)