Favorite /out/ books? Fiction or non-fiction. I need some new reading material.
Moby Dick by Ernest Hemingway
Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
The book of flying by Keith Miller
A River Runs Through by It Norman Maclean
The Longest Silence by Thomas McGuane
Hunting's best stories by a bunch of random authors
One Man’s Wilderness By Dick Proenekke
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
Isaac Asimov. Anything really by him. The foundation series beat out loud of the rings for best sci fi ever written. (This was before fantasy had a category 1956) but i promise you will not find a more intriguing story. Destination void was pretty good by Frank Herbert. (Author of dune)
I liked alot Guy Sajers book The Forgotten Soldier. Good reading also shows how miserable life is during wartime.
Makes you think about not complaining about useless stuff that happens during peacetime.
I read Hyperion by Dan Simmons while /out. It was so amazing. Currently reading The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub. It's about a boy taking an epic adventure thought he wilderness of another dimension. Great read.