I'm reading The Disaster Artist, which is Greg Sestero's account of working on The Room and his friendship with Tommy Wiseau. It is, of course, wildly entertaining.
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Fair warning: Iron Council is not the easiest of his books to like.I just finished reading The Eggman by Carlton Mellick. It's bizarro fiction featuring a world where humans are born as fetus flies and people are employed by companies to host the souls of the dead in their enormous brains... and there's other weird stuff. I enjoyed it a lot, it felt really fresh and original without being too random or over the top. (some criticisms I have against other bizarro books) But that ending was really, really depressing and is gonna stick with me for a while.
I'm going to read iron council by China Miéville next, something that's been on my to-read list for a while. Negrek recommended his books to me and I've really loved 'em. Got a lot of awesome world-building going on there.
I love these books so much! Can't wait for Dreams of Gods and Monsters.Days of Blood and Starlight, the sequel to the AMAZING book Daughter of Smoke and Bone.
Ugh, him. After reading 100 Years of Solitude I am kinda meh to him. Talented author, yes, but not one I particularly enjoy reading.That's correct. In eighth grade, they made us read Relato de un náufrago, also by Gabirel García Márquez.