In our undying efforts to bring you engaging columns you won’t find anywhere else, we’ve reached out to the metal world seeking submissions for a new subject: Three amazing books you have to pick up and devour.
Seeing as you read this blog everyday, we went out on a limb and assumed you’d maybe want to get some decent book suggestions from some of your favorite bands, too. So today, we continue this series on rad, must-reads with an entry written by Methedras’ Daniele Gotti.
“The Last Werewolf Trilogy” by Glen Duncan
The ultimate reason why each one should love personal roots, untouchable passions and savage instinct. A long trip across cruelty, luxury, madness, sadness, solitude, rebirth, hopes, faith and solid certainties, and at the end there’s all of the power and none of the responsibility.
“Idle Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow” by Jerome K. Jerome
So many times I had a bitter smile reading this collection of humoristic essays and every time I did it, I remembered to myself to take my life as it comes, laughing as much as possible ‘cause that next laugh should be my last one.
“The Body Snatcher” by Robert Louis Stevenson
It seems to be a forgotten short tale about murder and medicine but the meaning of life is, in my opinion, in all these pages: we are passing by here in this world, we are all cannonball meat, so we are the masters of our final destiny…and it’s darker than Hell.
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