Bookshelf

I love to read. I like to read a little bit of everything: ancient and modern classic literature, philosophy, fantasy, apologetics, comic strips (especially XKCD), novels, short stories, old or new, owned or borrowed (preferably owned). The Western Canon is always a moving target, and I dream of vacations where I can read and go on walks to discuss them. I have a particularly deep interest in Greek philosophy and attribute my first lessons in philosophy to Calvin and Hobbes.

Last Updated: March 25, 2022
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MEditations by Marcus Aurelius
Dune BY frank Herbert
What is Life By Erwin Schrodinger
Hamlet BY Shakespeare
Moby Dick by Herman Melville
Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro
The Internet of Money by Andreas M. Antonopoulos
Snow crash BY Neal stephenson
The Foundation Series (original trilogy) BY Isaac Asimov
Letters to a Young Poet BY RAiner Maria Rilke
A Confession BY Leo Tolstoy
The Hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy BY Douglas Adams
Creativity, Inc. BY ed catmull*
Abolition of Man BY C.S. LEWIS*
Lost in the cosmos BY Walker Percy
Laurus BY Eugene Vodolazkin
Talking to Strangers BY Malcolm Gladwell
HOW TO BY RAndall Munroe
HARRY POTTER BY J.K. ROWLING*
Mere Christianity BY C.S. LEWIS*
The Chronicles of Narina by C.S. Lewis
A selected collection of the Great Learning
Fooled by Randomness by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Digital Minimalism
by Cal Newport
The Brothers Karamazov
by Fyodor Dostoyevsky*
Beyond Basketball 
by Mike Krzyzewski
The Four Loves 
by C.S. Lewis
The Prophet BY Kahlil Gibran
EINSTEIN’S DREAMS BY ALAN LIGHTMAN
THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE
 BY PETER KREEFT
LORD OF THE RINGS BY J.R.R. TOLKIEN*
SURPRISED BY JOY BY C.S. LEWIS
SOCRATES MEETS JESUS BY PETER KREEFT