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

BreakfastB0b: If you find yourself worrying about existential nihilism then this is the book for you. I found it extremely useful after an intense psychedelic experience. read comments

sudosteph: .Contributed to my personal sense of humor and belief that we live in neither the best nor worst of all possible worlds, but simply the most absurd of them. read comments

code_slave_123: I used to really struggle with existential anxiety, and still do to some degree. That book took away much of that concern, it gave me a new way to think about meaning in life. read comments

ianrentsb: This book was so beautiful and haunting. Set in occupied France during World War II, the novel centers on a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths eventually cross. read comments

schlagetown: Remarkable exploration of language and translation, in all its magic and complexity…both deeply personal and deeply researched, a must-read for lovers of language. read comments

anon1253: arguably the most accessible cornerstones of Existential philosophy, and they really make you think about your position in this world and as a person. read comments

scandox: A book everyone ought to read. read comments