@cosmin I'm open to either. Or both, is that possible?! 🙂
@eliasr Some books that I found interesting:
- "Atomic Habits" by James Clear
- "You Are Not So Smart" by David McRaney
- "How Not to Be Wrong" by Jordan Ellenberg (started, didn't finish yet)
From the "fiction" shelf, I would recommend these, depending on what genres you like:
- "Gardens of the Moon" by Steve Erikson (high fantasy)
- almost anything by Karl May (adventures)
- "The Twelve Chairs" by Ilf and Petrov (humor)
@eliasr I've been reading Don Quixote (translated to English), it's quite entertaining for being over 400 years old.
@eliasr https://learnyousomeerlang.com/ - one of the most entertaining programming books.
@eliasr Project Hail Mary... Very good read. My GF read it 3 times in the last month. I only once. But it was amazing.
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@eliasr What would you like to read? Fiction? Or would you rather learn something?