Pewdiepie Literature Club: 26 Favorite Books
We collected 26 Favorite Pewdiepie books from his videos with quotes! He reads a lot and engages his audience into reading quality, classic and popular literature with him. Take a look at Pewdiepie's book recommendations!See all
It has nothing to do with weed. Not a single weed reference. I'm just kidding. Obviously. It's actually a really great book
I really enjoyed it. I would love to read more from Dostoevsky in the future. I'm told that "The Idiot" is even better.
Talking about this. It's just such a sad story. It follows a story of Oba and we follow it through some notebooks that he has left behind. I love Japanese literature.
You know about this book, everyone knows about this book. This is the quintessential- 'teacher wants you to read in in school kind of book, which is actually why I picked it as well, because uh- I want- I want you to be part of this.
It really covers every single last aspect of whaling -and by every single last aspect of whaling, I mean Every. Single. Aspect.
I suddenly feel better equipped for in case--I know that sounds a bit weird to say, but in case something really bad happens, I feel like from reading this book, I'm better equipped to know how to handle it. That's a bit naive to say, but I really think there are some important stuff in here.See all
I also read Flowers for Algernon, recommended by Brad, really good.
Funnily enough though, Franz Kafka explicitly didn't want the cockroach to be on the cover 'cause, once you read the novella, you really understand [that] it's not about the cockroach. The story's about Gregor, who one day wakes up and finds himself -that he's turned into a giant cockroach. And the first thing that goes through his mind is funnily enough "How am I going to get to work?"See all
So I uh randomly picked Yukio Mishima's "The Sailor who Fell from Grace with the Sea" and I was so en--what's the right word? Entranced by it?I felt so lost reading this book in the best possible way. And I absolutely loved it!
I read "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion" and I absolutely L O V E D I T.
After I read The Book of Five Rings, I feel like such a kid uh-- when it comes to this book *chuckles* I just can't help myself. This is like the coolest book ever.
I wanted to learn more about Samurai so I read "Bushido: The Soul of Japan". For anyone that wants to learn more about Japanese culture and the history of it, I think Bushido is a great starting point.
My intentions are (money) and and it's been a really fun mental exercise for me to try and do actually so I'm really glad. Despite this being clearly above my league- reading comprehension. I'm really glad. I still gave it a try and I didn't run away.
But I I just I I thought I need to break with something. So, I decided to read American Psycho. Which is a very dark satire comedy and it's about Patrick Bateman, which is this Wall Street worker, who is rich. He is handsome. He's charming. He's successful. He's great in every single way, but he's a psychopathic killer (yay)See all
Murakami, Kafka På Stranden, Kafka on the shore. I read this in Swedish because I wanted to brush up my Swedish.
The book takes a long time a long time to really take speed in my opinion. But what it does is an amazing journey that I love taking part of.
I wanted to start off with recommending this book called 'I am a Legend '. I think this is a great book if you haven't read anything in a while and don't really know what to get into. It's very light, and it's very gripping from the beginning to the end.
A lot of people suggested Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, which is very similar to 1984 but they sort of tackled the same issue but completely different perspectives.
I'm gonna read Life 3.0 By Max Tegmark. He describes AI and how it, how it may or may not affect us in the future. He is a Swedish genius.
I think this is what I wanted to read, this tackles some really interesting topics like AI, time, human evolution, speciesism. How we value other species - it was very interesting.
I understand why Marzia loves this book, it has a meaningful story with sort of horror elements to it.