Hi Reddit – Which book changed your life? by QuestionGuy August 6, 2022, 8:35 am Hi Reddit – Which book changed your life? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMebookchangedLifeQuestion and Answerreddit See more Previous article A synopsis on Rocking A Cardigan In Atlanta Next article The Hog Rider is one of the best troop types for drawing out Clan Castle troops, as it can avoid Walls to penetrate deep enough to reach centrally-placed Clan Castles (and enough health to not die before it gets there). Deploy one or a few to trigger the Clan Castle troops, then lure the reinforceme 22 Comments Leave a Reply In seventh grade, I was your typical “Books r dum” jerkoff idiot kid. Then I read Jurassic Park. Now I read a book a week or more. That book cracked my imagination wide open. Log in to Reply Green Eggs and Ham Log in to Reply The Poisonwood Bible Log in to Reply The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson. Log in to Reply Catcher in the Rye Catcher in the Rye Catcher in the Rye Catcher in the Rye Catcher in the Rye i have 5 copies Log in to Reply Dune. Log in to Reply Lmao I read this whole series on my mom’s recommendation, and the first thing she told me was “its great historical fiction but just skip over the porny parts”. I was twelve. I did, in fact, read the porny parts. Kept a copy of the second book under my bed until I was sixteen JUST for Alya/Jondalar’s “first time” scene Log in to Reply Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. Read it in forth grade after complaining that the Goosebump books weren’t scary enough for me. My mom recommended it, and then bought it for my birthday. I read it over the span over three days. Turned into a die hard Stephen King fan (still am) and it really sparked my interest in writing. Log in to Reply I know most people just gloss over this one, but it’s the Bible. Jesus’ sacrifice for my sins means more than the world for me. Log in to Reply Robert Pirsig — Zen and The Art of Maintenance Log in to Reply Unfortunately, The Bible. Log in to Reply Rich dad, poor dad Log in to Reply The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. The author articulated so many thoughts I’ve spent years trying to convey Log in to Reply The Life of Pi Log in to Reply The outsiders. It seriously changed the way I see ppl Log in to Reply Looking Glass Girl. Not sure why, but it gave me a wake up call that I was in a toxic and abusive friendship and it was probably causing the suicidal thoughts. Log in to Reply World war Z, because it’s the first book I read and it got me into reading. Log in to Reply Mick Harte Was Here I read it for the first time just before my grandfather died. It helped me learn to cope with death and to learn that it’s okay to grieve differently than everyone else. Log in to Reply Go Ask Alice Log in to Reply The Republic by Plato Log in to Reply 60 propos or ‘Das Glück ist hochherzig’ by Alain, Dialectic of Enlightenment by Adorno and Horkheimer Log in to Reply Man’s search for meaning by Viktor Frankl. It goes into the most brutal conditions a person can experience (nazi concentration camp), and how they can find meaning and reason to keep living. It provides evidence that people are resilient and that there is always something to look for even when all hope appears lost. It really altered my world view and helped me live more thoroughly in the moment. It made me appreciate what I have. We aren’t truly happy when we have everything we want. We are truly happy when we want everything that we already have. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.