do it

i desperately need to open up what i read instead of re-reading the old shit constantly
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jokes aside i found world war z to be quite a good read
oh i got some good ones
- The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
- Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning by Peter C. Brown
- Positively Unstoppable: The Art of Owning It by Diamond Dallas Page
“Naturally, the workers are perfectly free; the manufacturer does not force them to take his materials and his cards, but he says to them..'If you don't like to be frizzled in my frying- pan, you can take a walk into the fire.” -Friedrich Engels
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I haven’t finished it yet, but my friend highly recommended me “the lies of locke lamora ” by Scott Lynch
It has that thieves stealing from the rich vibe and yeah I like what ive read of it thus far if you wanna check it out !
the john putnam thatcher series by emma lathen
nero wolfe series by rex stout
ellery queen series by... ellery queen
perry mason series by erle stanley gardner
meg langslow series by donna andrews
anything dick francis
isaac bell series by clive cussler
the westing game

i like mysteries
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Mostly read self improvement books.

"Laws of Human Nature" by Robert Greene is a solid one
Read The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
The Brain Fog Fix by Dr. Mike Dow
48 Laws of Power

One Piece volumes 1 - 95
48 Laws of Power is pretty solid too, tho you don't have to read the rules in order
Console wars by Blake Harris, great read. Also, I think you'd like the recent immortal hulk comics if you like spooky weird stuff

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