The Melancholy of Resistance by Laszlo Krashnahorkai. Seethingly sarcastic story about a mysterious Hungarian city and the self-important, schemeing, ridiculous people who live there. Tons of fun, and the writing is very attractive, even if the looong, convoluted sentences can be tiring at times.
I also just finished a collection of early novels by Knut Hamsun, containing Hunger, Mysteries, Pan and Victoria. The two first are amazing, and Pan and Victoria are also great. Johan K. Nagel in Mysteries is one of the most fascinating characters in literature.
PuppetSlave said:Holy shit. At first I did not get that making money actually was a discworld book.
I thought it was some "serious" book or something. Had to google it to get it. More moist is great. Loved Postal.
Zilch said:The People of Paper, by Salvador Plascencia. It's for a literature class, but it's an incredibly interesting book.
Gigglepoo said:I've been readin the Enders Game quartet for a few weeks now. The first two were great, the 3rd was uneven and I haven't gotten into the 4th yet. When I'm done with this, I'm starting a Wrinkle in Time.
Colonel Mustard said:lol...fundie mormons.
Makes me sad that some people believe in this crap. =/