bradbatt: Amazingly powerful read. It is simultaneously completely saddening to read what some humans are capable of doing to others, but also inspiring to see those who were victims of the holocaust... read comments

jonathansorum: Meditations easily has my highest rate of highlighted words in relation to total book length. Seems like every page (almost) has some eternal and profound in it. read comments

oneplane: Has a set of somewhat structured ideas on how spending time/attention a bit more selective and sometimes going deep instead of broad gives you a better return on your efforts. read comments

leoh: The Snow Leopard was so beautiful. I read it slowly, over the course of several months... read comments

mmozuras: After reading it, I accepted my introversion and learned how to better use it, view it as a strength instead of weakness. read comments

acrodrig: I think it's the closest I have come to understanding "enlightenment" (whatever it may mean for each person). Give it a try. read comments

beat: Not creepy at all, despite how the title sounds in today's language. This book is the bible of how to get along with others. It's been in continuous print since before WWII, for good reason. read comments

mck-: What a unique masterpiece. Covers a wide range fascinating concepts through the three geniuses in Math, Art, and Music... read comments

hackerbloos: Semi autobiographical account of the bombing of Dresden in WW2. Really funny and clever ideas. Very good. read comments

Entangled: Not only solidified my understanding of power, politics and the state already explained in "Anatomy of the State" by the same Rothbard, but also opened my mind about... read comments

Houshalter: Rationality: from AI to Zombies really changed my way of thinking in many ways. It's very hard to describe it or sell it in a few sentences. Partly because it covers so many different things. read comments

bo_Olean: This book could/will change the way we see things. Not only for drawing or art, principles from the book can be applied to any creative profession. read comments

andrei_says_: Simple, instructional, profound in its ability to change me beyond words. And fierce beyond imagination. read comments

johnnyRose: Definitely changed my life for the better. I wish I had read it years ago. read comments