Books about the ancient Mississippians
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by /u/opsauras
10h ago
I have read and enjoyed two other books on this subject. Cahokia by Tim. Pauketat, and Knights of Spain, Warriors of the Sun by Charles Hudson. I am willing to read drier books on the subject, but something in the style of narrative history would be awesome. submitted by /u/opsauras [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Third Person POV recs please :))
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by /u/prettyantichrst
10h ago
I know this is probably not the most popular opinion but I can not deal with books being in first person perspective. I want to read so many of the popular, trendy romantasy books that have been pouring out lately but whenever I start reading I just inwardly cringe at reading 'I' in a story. I dont know if anyone else feels like this, but I can't get past it. I'd absolutely love some well written, considerably spicy with a good plot third person POV romance/fantasy books that have Enemies to Lovers (or not, that's just a preference) and don't feel like it was just thrown together using every ..read more
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Psychology based book that focuses on changing patterns of overthinking or negative thinking
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by /u/Cuttleshock
10h ago
I’m looking for a book that helps people to change their patterns of thought. After a quick google “The Art of Letting Go” by Nick Trenton came up. Has anyone read this? Does anyone have a recommendation in a similar vein? submitted by /u/Cuttleshock [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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People that love “Jane Eyre”…suggest me a book
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by /u/Fancy_Relative4540
10h ago
If you read Jane Eyre and loved it, you automatically have good taste to me so please recommend me some other books that you love (they don’t need to be similar or with the same genre as Jane Eyre). Other books that I love for reference: - Pillars of the earth, Ken Follett - Battle Royale, Takami - Most books by Haruki Murakami, specially “Norwegian Wood” - The nightingale, Kristin Hannah - all books by Rf Kuang - Dracula, Bram Stoker submitted by /u/Fancy_Relative4540 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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I am trying to write a book that heavily delves into dream descriptions and dream interpretation theories. Any recommendations for books that may help?
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by /u/Juantanamo0227
10h ago
I'm mainly talking about fiction books, but if anyone has recommendations for psychological books related to dreams that would also be useful. Thanks! submitted by /u/Juantanamo0227 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Book about the consequences of a lie?
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by /u/FallenOffTheEdge
10h ago
I’m looking for a book where a single lie causes a snowballing amount of problems and devastation. Something that examines the importance of honesty. submitted by /u/FallenOffTheEdge [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Dark Academia Books
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by /u/mystery5009
10h ago
I have read two books from this category. "Deadly Education" and "Babel". And I liked them. I liked the aesthetics of these books. And can you recommend me more books in the style of Dark Academia? submitted by /u/mystery5009 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Historical biographies of un-famous women
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by /u/dlovegro
10h ago
I’d like to read a good non-fiction biography about a woman from history who was a normal not-famous person. For example, it could be a farm girl from the US in the 1800s, or a British nursemaid in the 1600s. The obvious problem is that most of these “unimportant” women didn’t leave much of a record behind… so maybe the source is primarily letters or a journal. Or just a researcher doing a ton of deep diving! submitted by /u/dlovegro [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Books by Pacific Islander authors (mainly Micronesian and Melanesian)
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by /u/_FineLine_
10h ago
Looking for any recommendations from primarily Micronesian (Chamorro, Marshallese, Pohnpeian etc.) and Melanesian (Fiji, PNG, Kanaky etc.). Polynesian authors also welcome however. Preferably looking for books on culture, history, colonization and personal stories. Examples would be: “No Country for Eight-Spot Butterflies” by Julian Aguon (Chamorro) “Iep Jaltok: Poems from a Marshallese Daughter” by Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner (Marshallese) submitted by /u/_FineLine_ [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Suggest me a first read that will blow my mind
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by /u/brown_ja
10h ago
I'm a guy in my 20s who wants to get into reading again. I read about 2 or 3 non-fictional during my teenage years but couldn't keep up. I realized I would only read them when I had literally nothing else to do. Having said that, I'm looking for new hobbies and want to try reading again. But this time I want to try FICTIONAL books. I spend a lot of time on my phone and laptop. So ideally I'm looking for books that will keep me hooked. submitted by /u/brown_ja [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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