My favourite author

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Spring Snow
Yukio Mishima

Runaway Horses
Yukio Mishima

Yuval Noah Harari

In the Buddha’s Words: An Anthology of Discourses from the Pali Canon

Stephen Fry

The Inferno
August Strindberg

The Forever War
Joe Haldeman


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45 thoughts on “My favourite author

  1. Who is your favourite Swedish author?
    Im from Estonia and I really like our author Andrus Kivirahk. Why? Because he is not politically correct in his books.
    When I worked in Sweden I read one swedish author book but I cannot remember his name. It was very good book about Vikings and swedish history.
    One old swedish man told me that new Swedish literature is very very bad because Sweden is now almost muslim country and muslims are offended by almost everything.
    Maybe you could succest some oldschool authors from Sweden who has written about vikings.

  2. Your story about your granddad remind me very much of my grandmother.
    She recommended LOTR to me many times, telling me how much she liked the story. I didn't know what it was about at the time, and it seemed very dry and boring to my 10-ish year old self.

    Reading the books has a very special meaning to me now, and I wish I could talk to her about them (and other books).

  3. Thank you for sharing your personal thoughts and feeling on these books. I'll be sure to check them out. Can't promise I'll finish any of them. You're lovely Pewds.

  4. I read The Forever War. I was a little bit put off because I have never read any sci-fi book let alone a sci-fi war book but I absolutely love it. Where is the next episode???? I need to get my book review!

  5. Its really amazing that you can make hilarious videos about internet memes and then also talk about deep topics about the meaning of life. Serious kudos Felix.

  6. This dude, Yukio Mishima, was blinded by fake nostalgia, the Japanese emperor never in Japan's history had any real power neither did the emperors come from an unbroken lineage going back to ancient Japan, real power was always the Shoguns and later the military leaders. Did the dumb rank and file believe in Emperor Hirohito's godhood? Sure. If fact Oda Nobunaga was more of an emperor, also his successors. What a fool.

  7. Pewds you've really inspired me to start reading again, I picked up 1984, metamorphosis, brave new world, flowers for Algernon and the picture of Dorian Gray because of your recommending and book reviews. I plan to get all the books you've reviewed so far when I get more money and more time to read but I love it so much. I just want to thank you for helping me get into reading again and being a great influence to me and anyone else who realised the joy of reading through your channel. You truly are a blessing and I hope you continue to do this series and I know it's cheesy but it's changed my life.

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