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 column 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. However, today’s column is a bit different. It collects three short entries, from the likes of Paul Delaney of Black Anvil and the members of Holy Grail, into one column. Why? For some reason, these entries provide only suggestions, and no explanations for why you should read them.
Paul Delaney of Black Anvil, a recent guest on our podcast:
Read “Aghora: At The Left Hand Of God,” “Aghora II: Kundalini,” and “Aghora III: The Law Of Karma,” all by Robert E. Svoboda.
No explanation. If it seems of interest to you, you should check these out.
“Animal Liberation” by Peter Singer
“Watership Down” by Richard Adams
“1984” by George Orwell
“A Course in Miracles” by Helen Schucman and William Thetford
“The Dark Tower” by Stephen King
“The Brain That Changes Itself” by Norman Doidge
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