noxToken: If it's an epic by Sanderson, do yourself a favor and board the hype train. You won't be disappointed. It's everything you want in a long fantasy novel without being bogged down... read comments

schlagetown: For really hammering home the grand, powerful potential of great literature and well-wrought language read comments

tsaprailis: This is a nice/into book if you're interested into digital nomading, long term travel in general. read comments

jfc: The Count of Monte Cristo is a true masterpiece. I have the unabridged version and have recommended it to others many times. Dumas has profound insight into human nature... read comments

Isinlor: This is how I got really hooked up to triathlon and ultramarathons. Great book, I lent it to many people and changed some of their lives too. read comments

ohjeez: Because I wanted to fall into another world, where I knew things would end well. read comments

iammiles: It's a well-written book about the incredible story of Earnest Shackleton's attempt to be the first team to cross Antarctica by land. read comments

anatoly: The best historical novels (the Aubrey-Maturin series) ever written, by a huge margin. The series transcend the genre and I count the Aubrey-Maturin books among the very best books I read... read comments

pjmorris: Made me marvel again at such a delightful, thoughtful story, the world and characters that Tolkien wrought, and the morals of self-discovery and self-sacrifice. read comments

idiocratic: A great novel that is very easy to read regardless of the book length (it's very long). If you are even remotely interested in India and/or travelling it is a must. read comments

Theodores: His work is a primer on what freedom is really about rather than this 'freedom' word bandied about by politicians. His work was also important to the environmental movement. read comments

holografix: I can’t recommend "Into thin air" enough. A true story written with naked emotion by someone who experienced the life altering disaster on Everest. read comments

laxatives: Diver's in the 90's discover a German U-Boat just dozens of miles off the coast of New Jersey read comments

pc2g4d: If you're open to fantasy, this series delves deep into how to respond when one's worldview is shattered. Highly recommended. Elantris also covers some similar territory. read comments

modernerd: The audio version narrated by Michael Page is incredible too. I'm on book three and don't want it to end. Incredible voice acting, gripping storyline, and hilarious dialogue. read comments

amuresan: Enjoyed it a lot, a reflection of Hemingway's romantic spirit. Also, a quick read. read comments