The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
I'm also a huge fan of Borges and his work.
Survivor Type by Stephen King. As a short story it's still pretty fucked (self-cannibalism), but partly in a good way.
Sophocles' Theban plays. I'm trying to refresh my ancient greek so I'm reading them from the original text with side-by-side translation. So far I've read Antigone and Oedipus at Colonus, and postponed Oedipus Rex for sometime later this fall.
>finishing house of leaves
I've had it in my to-read list for quite some time, since it has been praised as a rather unique read. Are you liking it so far?
mm, very much so. it's nice to disappear into, which is my favourite kind of book.
Surface Detail By Ian Banks, his books are always great for losing yourself in a space opera, best sci-fi for me
art of war by sun tzu and sun pin. I've actually wanted to read this for a long time, but only recently managed the get one really cheap.
I have some stuff that I want to read, like brave new world, that I can't get through, and Dune, that I REALLY can't get through. also man in the high castle, and some other stuff, but I can't get myself to read recently.
konosuba,pretty good show and light novel