Monday, May 15, 2006

More Book Recommendations




Hit me up with a comment if you want to know more about any of these!!! xoxo

9 Comments:

Anonymous colin said...

i always knew you guys had great taste in literature, i can tell from your lyrics. i had a fucking blast at the lemp arts center the other night, and i want to let you know that you all are a true inspiration to me as a musician and as a human being. thanks for everything, hope to see you soon.

9:27 PM  
Blogger Witness said...

Thanks Colin! Hope to see you sooner than later!!!

9:46 PM  
Blogger Cesare said...

Siddhartha is great. I've been meaning to pick up Dharma Punx for a while, but I've heard mixed things. Is it good stuff?

3:16 AM  
Anonymous steve said...

I just picked up American Skin, so far I like it a lot.

6:45 PM  
Anonymous kyle krueger said...

my goal for summer is to get through at least half. i don't want to be the robot of repetition, but you truly are an inspiration.p.s.- witness is the soundtrack to my half marathon this sunday.

7:43 PM  
Anonymous ben said...

how's mexico city blues? i just finished desolation angels and enjoyed it. also, great show in marshalltown last friday!

3:36 PM  
Anonymous Matt said...

Hey Jeff, I read 'Hunger' based on your suggestion. Really powerful stuff, sometimes funny in a crazy, intimidating way, like you were standing next to him in the street while he's starving and talking to himself, justifying his actions.

I'd like to read "Down and Out" someday. I'm a big Orwell fan. Is that more of a personal book?

Currently re-reading "Women," my favorite Bukowski book, to celebrate not reading textbooks.

Oh, and props on always talking up "Long Distance Runner"! Important read!

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I totally read "Desperate Characters" in a class I took last semester. Nobody seemed to like it that much, but I loved it. Slice-of-life stuff like that just kills me. Glad to see you enjoying it too!

I will totally be at Marshalltown Fest in July!

Elliot

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Ravi Star said...

Siddhartha is my favorite book. I wish I read as much as you did! Once I graduate, I'm sure I'll pick it back up. Come back to Ohio, it was awesome seeing you guys and talking to you in Cleveland.

*Ravi

1:17 AM  

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