Well I just got done reading Hemingway's short story Hills like White Elephants, though it isn't a book lol. It was part of a book (collection) of a few of Hemingway's works and oh my gosh how confusing that story is! xD
I'm currently reading Hamlet by William Shakespeare for school. It may be a classic but it's a very dense, slow read. I can't progress through two pages without the need to consult Sparknotes. On a side note, I think I'll use some of the work's ideas about suicide in future MD threads. I find their wording and the ideas presented very effective.
I just finished reading "Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything" by Josh Foer, and right before that I read "The Nichomachean Ethics and Politics" by Aristotle. Right now, I'm currently reading "God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything" by Christopher Hitchens.
I just started 'Life as We Knew It' by Susan Pfeffer
It reminds me alot of Majora's Mask, since the moon got knocked out of orbit (and some of the people are afraid it's going to crash into Earth)
but it's weird because I'll read it in study, then when I stop, I forget that the events in the book are not actually happening, like I feel like they are, but it's not real...
I just started Perrine's "Literature Structure, Sound & Sense" 10th Edition. Unfortunately this is a boring read, however, there are some neat short stories that intrigue me. Also, a lot of notes I can type down.