-Urobuchi Gen & Nasu Kinoko's Fate/Zero. Fucking epic. Yeah, not accessible to non-Japanese speaker, but still fucking epic.
-James Clavell's Shōgun. Very very awesome. Uterly hated Gaijin though, and I don't really feel like starting the other books in the same Whirlwind series.
-Yoshikawa Eiji's Musashi. Legendary and cool.
-Of mice and men is a real classic obviously, but I'm still listing it just because was the first book that I actually liked to read back in middle school when I didn't like to read.
And I forgot to pick up "I am legend" at the English bookstore (they didn't have it back when it was mentionned in the movie topic) shall do tomorrow. And haha, Sepp listed it back in 2005 in this topic. There were a couple more titles I wanted to pick up as well but I can't remember which D:
edit - caught I am legend, Tao Te Ching and Gorin no shou (book of five rings) at the English bookstore.
Well, those are the biggest titles out of those I've read so far. Then there are the Harry Potter series (hmmm), Dan Brown's Angels & Demons - Da Vinci Code - Digital Fortress (I don't feel like starting Deception Point), and more random shit.
edit - oh yeah. The Resident Evil novels are fairly well done too, and true to the game, always funny to notice those stuff. Like "there was an old typewriter on the desk".
If I struggled to the end of my determination, to the end of my way of life with my followers, if the result is ruin, then this ruin is inevitable. Grieve. Shed tears. But you cannot regret.
Last Edit: February 09, 2008, 11:28:41 pm