Prompt from here, where people talk about their favourite books and I just decided that I can’t decide. Rabid readers can never have enough books – whether they’re the most mainstream novels of the most underrated poems. For me, I like fiction. I don’t need anymore ugly truth than I already see with my own eyes. Fiction takes its readers to places where things are mad and wonderfully bizarre.
Now shall we take a trip down the rabbit hole?
The Lord of The Rings – JRR Tolkien
The Devotion of Suspect X – Keigo Higashino
Angels and Demons – Dan Brown
Manuscript Found in Accra – Paulo Coelho
Tokyo Zodiac Murders, Detective Mitarai’s Casebook – Soji Shimada
Harry Potter – JK Rowling
Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle
The Picture of Dorian Gray – Oscar Wilde
Although there are some non-fiction readings that I’m quite fond of.
Some are weird, some make me think, some soothe me, some are visually tantalizing, and some are just… plain good reading.
Yes Is More – BIG
Last but not least. I’m on the border on starting on Haruki Murakami. Any recommendation on which one I should start with?