自我的书单

二零一八年给今年设定的翻阅安顿 – 七天一本 –
算是超额已毕了。共计75本(44本中文,31本英文) –
其中31本虚构类(小说)。二零一九年多少伸张了一些经济、历史、和人物类的占比,二零一八年的小说看的太多了。当然读书相对不是看数据的,是看性能的,且话说”做加法简单,减法难“,二零一八年的安顿就是做一下减法,把一年要看的书限制在45本以下,多读一些厚重的书,读得慢一点,多或多或少时间咀嚼,消化,再分一点时刻给写书评。

I don’t know who you are. Please believe. There is no way I can convince
you that this is not one of their tricks. But I don’t care. I am me, and
I don’t know who you are, but I love you.

以下几乎列一下现年个人喜欢的书。最终附书单和自家的主观评分。

I have a pencil. A little one they did not find. I am a women. I hid it
inside me. Perhaps I won’t be able to write again, so this is a long
letter about my life. It is the only autobiography I have ever written
and oh God I’m writing it on toilet paper.

先是3本今年最喜爱的书。

I was born in Nottingham in 1957, and it rained a lot. I passed my
eleven plus and went to girl’s Grammar. I wanted to be an actress.

1.《The Storyteller》 by Jodi Picoult

本身心坎的年度最佳小说,我的评分10分。也是Goodreads(类似中国的豆类,不是前者模仿了后世,就是the
other way
around)评出的二零一三年份一流随笔第二,Goodreads上评分4.24。GoodReads上的评分满分5分,平常3.8或以上就是很美妙的书了。(2013小说第一是《And
the Mountain Echoed》,就是不行写《追纸鸢的人》,《灿烂千阳》的撰稿人)

故事暴发在二零一三年,一位女孩,她的姑婆和年过九十的前纳粹SS。叙述了发出在世界二战时期德意志联邦共和国犹太人定居点,集中营里的生活和女孩外祖母所目睹的暴发在她和他家人、朋友以及具有犹太人身上的罪行。叙述中的主角,在70年后的美利坚合营国,和这么些女孩发出了一段友谊,于是,friendship,
fact, agony, atonement
ensue…小编的文笔很坦然,却从一个女孩的见识写出一段人类历史上的喜剧,最最让人称扬的是,书的结尾几页的大逆袭的吃惊,实在出乎我预料(阅读时期完全没有想到),瞬间使书格提升了多少个档次,原先读全书的抑郁,也被一扫而光,正能量满满的。那本书也是稀有的临睡前阅读会潜移默化心情的几本之一,若是你睡前看过《辛德勒的名册》,那您肯定懂的。

此外说一下我所有的读过的近40本英文书,以在Goodreads
上的评分排名次,《The Storyteller》- 4.24
(7万人评分)是第三。名次第一的是《The Book Thief》- 偷书贼,
4.36(71万人),那本随笔的摄像自己也看过,说实话,随笔和电影感到并不曾落成那样一种超一级水平;排第二的是《A
Thounsand Splendid Suns》 – 灿烂千阳,4.30
(58万人),确实分外不错;其余并列第三的也是4.24的是那本《V for
Vendetta》(14万人),那本也是本身下边提到的当年喜爱的书之一。

I met my first girlfriend at school. Her name was Sara. She was fourteen
and I was fifteen but we were both in Miss. Watson’s class. Her wrists.
Her wrists were beautiful. I sat in biology class, staring at the picket
rabbit foetus in its jar, listening while Mr. Hird said it was an
adolescent phase that people outgrew. Sara did. I didn’t.

2.《The Guns of August》by Barbara W. Tuchman

Goodreads 4.20
(2万人),我的评分10分,1963年普利策工学奖(非虚构类)。二零一九年恰逢世界一战百年,顺势再回首一下以此改变人类现代社会命局的大事件。(很意外,第一次大战百年居然如此默默然,没有吗媒体关切那件事情。)
Tuchman太牛了,她有两本非虚构类小说都得了普利策管历史学奖(非虚构类),此外一本是《Stilwelland the American Experience in China》,1972年普利策教育学奖。

Goodreads上有一个有关世界一战书籍的列表,那本是排在第三位的。Tuchman迎战前南美洲地势,各国备战,布置,细细道来;对国家,官员提到八面见光;对人选刻划一语道破;对烟尘描写提纲契领。分裂于其余男性小说家写的烽火文字
– 唯有冷冰冰的数字和战术 –
她的笔下,战争是性情和政治的屡次三番,充满了不鲜明 –
人性,人品,个人恩怨,,一时心理仍旧小小的突发性人为错误,都会左右战局,由此书中对大致每个影响战局的人选
– 将军,外交官,上士,甚至国君 – 都会讲述其落地, upbringing
和性格,有了那么些,战争中所暴发的部分难以明白的场馆,时局的突变,都变得简单精通的不在少数。

全书以1910年四月,全南美洲最大也是最终几遍皇室聚会为开业,那是英王EdwardVII的葬礼 – 他称之为是Uncle of Europe – 看看葬礼第一方阵的阵容 –
9个澳大利亚国王3×3排成方阵,第一排多少个,排中间的是新继位的英王GeorgeV,他左手是英王唯一的妹夫 –
希腊(Ελλάδα)国君,左侧则是令所有南美洲不安的德意志联邦共和国和普鲁士君王威尔iam II
(Kaiser),他是刚过世国王的儿子。前面两排是五个国君 – King Frederick of
Denmark,King Haakon of Norway, King Alfonso of Spain;King Manuel of
Portugal,King Ferdinand of Bulgaria和King 艾Bert I of
Belgium。中午九点,London大笨钟敲响9下,爱德华VII的红火的百年葬礼正式启幕,却也浑然不知的预报着 – “on history’s clock it
was sunset, and the sun of the old world was setting in a dying blaze of
splendor never to be seen again.”

书的序,极度好的总计了BarbaraTuchman此书的编写风格,那里列一下,无法同意越来越多 –

a wealth of vivid detail which keeps the reader immersed in events,
almost as an eyewitness;

a prose style which is transparently clear, intelligent, controlled,
and witty;

a cool detachment of moral judgment—Mrs. Tuchman is never preachy or
reproachful; she draws on skepticism, not cynicism, leaving the reader
not so much outraged by human villainy as amused and saddened by human
folly.

She persuades the reader to suspend any foreknowledge of what is about
to happen…. Tuchman’s triumph is that she makes the events of August,
1914, as suspenseful on the page as they were to the people living
through them.

以下摘一点书中句子 –

  • Billy时被迫向德意志宣战时,她是这么描绘的

On his way home he heard the cries of newsboys as the Monday morning
papers announced the text of the ultimatum and the Belgian answer. He
heard the sharp exclamations as people read the news and gathered in
excited groups. Belgium’s defiant “No!” exhilarated the public.

  • 沙场的奇寒

Thousands of dead were still standing, supported as if by a flying
buttress made of bodies lying in rows on top of each other in an
ascending arc from the horizontal to an angle of 60.

  • 兵的景色

The enlisted soldier consumed quantities of black bread and tea which
were said—though it is not easy to see why—to give him a
characteristic odor rather like that of a horse.

  • 江湖炼狱

… thousands of Russians drowning in the swamps or sinking up to their
necks in bogs and quicksands, men whom the Germans were forced to
slaughter with machine guns. “I will hear their cries to my dying
day,” one officer told an awestruck audience of friends in Germany.

  • 牺牲的大兵永远是大将们、改革家们的自己资本

(几十万人的军团被德意志联邦共和国解决)“We are happy to have made such sacrifices
for our Allies,” the Grand 杜克 replied gallantly. Equanimity in the
face of catastrophe was his code, and Russians, in the knowledge of
inexhaustible supplies of manpower, are accustomed to accepting
gigantic fatalities with comparative calm.
(俄联邦太冷了,所以对生命也那样冷漠?)

  • 性格啊人性

What a staff makes out of the available evidence depends upon the
degree of optimism or pessimism prevailing among them, on what they
want to believe or fear to believe, and sometimes upon the sensitivity
or intuition of an individual.

  • 小编的粉粉红色幽默也更加浩大

The latter (德意志军官乔装的全员) were discovered, presumably in the
course of nonmilitary action, by their government-issue underwear; but
many were probably never caught, it being impossible, General Gourko
regretfully admitted, to lift the skirts of every female in East
Prussia.

In 1976 I stopped pretending and took a girl called Christine home to
meet my parents. A week later I enrolled at drama college. My mother
said I broke her heart.

3.《Eye of the Needle》by Ken Follett

Goodreads 4.13
(6万人),我的评分9分。近2-3年读的一级罪案悬疑,远胜二〇一三年的Thriller of
the Year,今年又被搬上荧幕的《Gone
Girl》。发布于1978年的作品,那是一部未遭时代周刊和London时报书评大肆夸赞的小说,也博得当年埃伦坡最佳随笔奖,并被誉为以世界二战为背景的顶级间谍小说。
那本书的中文版糟糕找,翻译成《沙暴岛》或者《针眼》,现在都断印了。读了下豆瓣上的褒贬,有一篇“就是太黄了“
很好玩 –
“我在教室里借的这本书。中间讲到那女一号跑到间谍的房里献身的那段被人撕掉了。。。整整5页啊。。。。后来自家看那本书最早在我们教室里是1989年有人外借的,须臾间本身就能分晓了。“

Ken是英国国学家,他的新的大作Centry Trilogy – 《Fall of Giants》 (4.20分),
《Winter of the World》(4.26分),和《Edge of
Eternity》(3.98分),本本都是大手笔啊。前年自家的翻阅陈设中,《Fall of
Giants》是必定在榜单的。多少个月前还有刚看完的爱人推荐那本《Fall of
Giants》,把她的review摘抄一段在那边 –

《fall of giants》世界一战改变了广大业务。在英帝国,妇女有了选举权,labor
party首次执政;德意志联邦共和国认为自己饱受了有失公正待遇,经济衰退,为下三回大战埋下了种子;俄国皇上退位,搞共产主义,打土豪,分田地,受到其余国家有产者的同步敌视;美利坚联邦合众国发财,总统号召大家拯救世界,开端迈向世界警察。人物写照也很充裕,el,
billy, maud, walter, fiz, gus, lev, gragori, Mildred, robert…
想泡妞的看lev, 想活出女生味的看mildred,
想陶冶吵架、辩论、做工作的看billy…很难想象作者把那样大历史事件写成一部引人入胜的小说,
强烈推荐。

别的,心中迄今甘休最佳罪案悬疑,是英年早逝的瑞典王国文学家Stieg
Larsson的千禧年种类3本,《龙纹身的女孩》,《玩火的女孩》和《直捣蜂窝的女孩》。美利哥那样多悬疑小说家,又有如此多真实背景可取材,我看过的,却从不一本可以与地点提的三本和那本《Eye
of the Needle》偏官的。

But it was my integrity that was important. Is that so selfish? It sells
for so little, but it’s all we have left in this place. It is the very
last inch of us. But within that inch we are free.

不行值得提的还有以下这几个

London. I was happy in London. In 1981 I played Dandini in Cinderella.
My first rep work. The world was strange and rustling and busy, with
invisible crowds behind the hot lights and all that breathless glamour.
It was exciting and it was lonely. At nights I’d go to the Crew-Ins or
one of the other clubs. But I was stand-offish and didn’t mix easily. I
saw a lot of the scene, but I never felt comfortable there. So many of
them just wanted to be gay. It was their life, their ambition. And I
wanted more than that.

1.《The Goldfinch》 – Donna Tartt

二零一四年的普利策文学奖,Goodreads
3.88。我的评分8.5。二〇一四年的普利策艺术学奖。那本书的始末其实很简单,描写了一个稚子在一遍意外中取得了一幅名画<The
Goldfinch>,他的一生也因为本次竟可是暴发了惊天动地的变化 –
被寄养在朋友家的生活,跟随亲生五伯在Las
Vegas唯有沙子、星星和一个爱人的生活,再次回到London,以及尾声名画和他的偶合的末段结果(当然了,这么些结局很不错的。)

该书文笔清新,优雅,读着又有些冷淡的忧桑,此点倒是略有日系的作风。
唯一略有不满的是,那本书很有点冗长。

Work improved. I got small film roles, then bigger ones. In 1986 I
starred in “The Salt Flats.” It pulled in the awards but not the crowds.
I met Ruth while working on that. We loved each other. We lived together
and on Valentine’s Day she sent me roses and oh God, we had so much.
Those were the best three years of my life.

2.《V for Vendetta》漫画 by Alan Moore

Goodreads
4.24,我的评分9分。该作被改成为电影《V字仇杀队》,导演是闻名的骇客帝国的导演沃卓斯基兄弟,Natalie波特曼是女主。不论你是信仰那种样式的社会,你须求看懂此片,不多说,敏感。就算是卡通,但是美句式,美文好多,比如那句
– “Behind this mask there is more than just flesh. Beneath this mask
there is an idea… and ideas are bulletproof.”

摘一封《V for
Vendetta》里的总体书信。写那封信的人是个女艺员,由于爱上了一个女人,被投入拘留所,直到死去,她留给那封信,鼓励看到那封信的人,继续生存,追求随心所欲。

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I don’t know who you are. Please believe. There is no way I can
convince you that this is not one of their tricks. But I don’t care. I
am me, and I don’t know who you are, but I love you.

I have a pencil. A little one they did not find. I am a women. I hid
it inside me. Perhaps I won’t be able to write again, so this is a
long letter about my life. It is the only autobiography I have ever
written and oh God I’m writing it on toilet paper.

I was born in Nottingham in 1957, and it rained a lot. I passed my
eleven plus and went to girl’s Grammar. I wanted to be an actress.

I met my first girlfriend at school. Her name was Sara. She was
fourteen and I was fifteen but we were both in Miss. Watson’s class.
Her wrists. Her wrists were beautiful. I sat in biology class, staring
at the picket rabbit foetus in its jar, listening while Mr. Hird said
it was an adolescent phase that people outgrew. Sara did. I didn’t.

In 1976 I stopped pretending and took a girl called Christine home to
meet my parents. A week later I enrolled at drama college. My mother
said I broke her heart.

But it was my integrity that was important. Is that so selfish? It
sells for so little, but it’s all we have left in this place. It is
the very last inch of us. But within that inch we are free.

London. I was happy in London. In 1981 I played Dandini in Cinderella.
My first rep work. The world was strange and rustling and busy, with
invisible crowds behind the hot lights and all that breathless
glamour. It was exciting and it was lonely. At nights I’d go to the
Crew-Ins or one of the other clubs. But I was stand-offish and didn’t
mix easily. I saw a lot of the scene, but I never felt comfortable
there. So many of them just wanted to be gay. It was their life, their
ambition. And I wanted more than that.

Work improved. I got small film roles, then bigger ones. In 1986 I
starred in “The Salt Flats.” It pulled in the awards but not the
crowds. I met Ruth while working on that. We loved each other. We
lived together and on Valentine’s Day she sent me roses and oh God, we
had so much. Those were the best three years of my life.

In 1988 there was the war, and after that there were no more roses.
Not for anybody.

In 1992 they started rounding up the gays. They took Ruth while she
was out looking for food. Why are they so frightened of us? They
burned her with cigarette ends and made her give them my name. She
signed a statement saying I’d seduced her. I didn’t blame her. God, I
loved her. I didn’t blame her.

But she did. She killed herself in her cell. She couldn’t live with
betraying me, with giving up that last inch. Oh Ruth. . . .

They came for me. They told me that all of my films would be burned.
They shaved off my hair and held my head down a toilet bowl and told
jokes about lesbians. They brought me here and gave me drugs. I can’t
feel my tongue anymore. I can’t speak.

The other gay women here, Rita, died two weeks ago. I imagine I’ll die
quite soon. It’s strange that my life should end in such a terrible
place, but for three years I had roses and I apologized to nobody.

I shall die here. Every last inch of me shall perish. Except one.

An inch. It’s small and it’s fragile and it’s the only thing in the
world worth having. We must never lose it, or sell it, or give it
away. We must never let them take it from us.

I don’t know who you are. Or whether you’re a man or a woman. I may
never see you or cry with you or get drunk with you. But I love you. I
hope that you escape this place. I hope that the world turns and that
things get better, and that one day people have roses again. I wish I
could kiss you.

Valerie

X

In 1988 there was the war, and after that there were no more roses. Not
for anybody.

3.《我与父辈》- 阎连科

本人的评分9.5分。他的文笔,轻松是自家那些年读过普通话散文家里面的最好的几位之一。那本的文风和那本野夫的《乡关何处》类似

忆起五伯、四伯、三伯间的亲情,纪念在那段日子中他们各自的家常的生活,和生活命局的争斗,情真意浓,心情点到完工却又不泛滥。
(那和野夫太差别了,野夫的文字,就是浓情化不开,直抒胸臆,(个别读者)却难免会觉得有情满过溢之嫌。当然当然,野夫的文字、小说相对是超级的,我也超喜欢他。)读阎连科的
短篇太不舒适了,明年的一个目的是她的一个长篇《日光大运》。

In 1992 they started rounding up the gays. They took Ruth while she was
out looking for food. Why are they so frightened of us? They burned her
with cigarette ends and made her give them my name. She signed a
statement saying I’d seduced her. I didn’t blame her. God, I loved her.
I didn’t blame her.

4.《Snow Crash》

GoodReads 3.98, 提姆e
评选的1923年到二零零五年一流100本乌Crane语小说之一,极硬的赛博流行乐(榜单中其余一本赛博说唱是让人惊叹标吉布森的《Neuromancer》(神经漫游者)),融合了神话神话,宗教、黑社会,反乌托邦,虚拟现实,甚至看到了augmented
reality的黑影,还不时来个粉红色幽默。背景设定是人类拥有的口头、书面语言都是转账为一种meta
language后向来被大脑承受,那有一撮人精晓了meta
language,妄图通过经过这一个控制总体人的表现。是当年读来极为惬意的一本随笔。最大的难点– 翻译太烂,原版太硬太难啃。由此不指出非铁杆科幻迷阅读。

But she did. She killed herself in her cell. She couldn’t live with
betraying me, with giving up that last inch. Oh Ruth. . . .

5.《And the Mountains Echoed》- 群山回唱

那本来头太大了,GoodReads 2013
最佳小说。那些小说家来头也太大了,他眼前两本书 –
《追风筝的人》和《灿烂千阳》都是GoodReads上的超高分随笔,那三本一起被称作为Khaled
Hosseini的阿富汗三部《Kite runner》(追风筝的人), 《A thousand splendid
suns》(灿烂千阳) 和 那本《And the mountains eched》(群山回唱) –
前面两本书,已经是非凡喜欢,Kite Runner写孩子之间直到成人也不止的情愫,A
thousand splendid suns
写尽受苦受难的两位女性之间从互不信任到那种交付性命的交情。那本群山回唱,我认为,是三本里面写的最好的。前半本书的品位,已经超先生越本人看过的具备的俄语小说了,实在可以说是超五星水平。写的也是心理–
淡淡的子女之情,深厚的超过时光的男男之情,难以割舍无以言表的兄妹之情,怪诞的姊妹之情,争辨的干妈继女之情,可想而知,作者想是把那悲哀、动荡的阿富汗社会里样样心境,浓缩到那本之中,而那,我觉得和马尔克斯写《霍爱》一样,成功了。

They came for me. They told me that all of my films would be burned.
They shaved off my hair and held my head down a toilet bowl and told
jokes about lesbians. They brought me here and gave me drugs. I can’t
feel my tongue anymore. I can’t speak.

6. Alain de Botton – 英帝国出名小说家。

现年一举看了她四本书 – 《The Art of Travel》,《Status
Anxiety》,《Religion for Atheists 》,《机场里的小旅行》

The other gay women here, Rita, died two weeks ago. I imagine I’ll die
quite soon. It’s strange that my life should end in such a terrible
place, but for three years I had roses and I apologized to nobody.

。后边三本超喜欢,我都足以给8.0+的分数,他的文笔也是自个儿喜欢他的原因,有些段落,用词,句式真是值得背下来。比如那段

If the world seems unfair or beyond our understanding, sublime places
suggest that it is not surprising that things should be thus. We are
the playthings of the forces that laid out the oceans and chiselled
the mountains. Sublime places gently move us to acknowledge
limitations that we might otherwise encounter with anxiety or anger in
the ordinary flow of events. It is not just nature that defies us.
Human life is as overwhelming. But it is the vast spaces of nature
that perhaps provide us with the finest, the most respectful reminder
of all that exceeds us. If we spend time in them, they may help us to
accept more graciously the great, unfathomable events that molest our
lives and will inevitably return us to dust.

I shall die here. Every last inch of me shall perish. Except one.

7. 吴晓波 – 我们的显赫理学家

今年也看了她重重书 –
《吴敬琏传》,《中国历代改善得失》,《激荡三十年》,《电商时代》。前面三本都不行好,也是书本8.0+,最欣赏的是《中国历代改进得失》。最后一本一流失水准,可疑都不是她写的,要给评分也不得不是不及格了。

An inch. It’s small and it’s fragile and it’s the only thing in the
world worth having. We must never lose it, or sell it, or give it away.
We must never let them take it from us.

8. 两本科普神书 《上帝掷骰(tou,二声)子吗》和《费马大定律》。

率先本我给满分10分,真是神书,脑洞大开,从小到大,最好的科普书了,推荐给任何只要对正确,对宇宙有一点点兴趣的同学。第二本,也是数学史的一段名史,有料,又幽默,也是一本得以刺激数学兴趣的牛书,9分。

I don’t know who you are. Or whether you’re a man or a woman. I may
never see you or cry with you or get drunk with you. But I love you. I
hope that you escape this place. I hope that the world turns and that
things get better, and that one day people have roses again. I wish I
could kiss you.

9. 张宏杰 – 《饥饿的盛世》,《大明王朝的七张人脸》

《饥饿的盛世》写的百般有洞察力 –
既然是盛世,为何会饥饿呢?为啥“盛世”并不是值得特炫耀的作业?(而实质上“盛世”那些词,也是万分有大家特色的。)
弘历、清世宗、玄烨两个大盛世,又是怎么会与西方快捷拉开距离,没有赶上方今的一次人类社会、科学和技术的飞快列车?

Valerie

10.《西方工学十五讲》,《亚洲文明十五讲》,《蒋勋说法学 : 从《诗经》到陶渊明》

那三本可以强烈推荐对文艺、历史感兴趣的理科童鞋。第一本的小编是徐葆耕,曾经的南开大学汉语系首席营业官,从古希腊共和国(The Republic of Greece)神话一贯讲到后现代主义;合营着第二本,一本讲文化,另一本则是讲国家,社会和欧洲作为一个完好的上进,两者相互影响,万分有启发意义。那两本书,陈设会再一起重读一次。

X

最后,书单 –

from V for Vendetta
Written by Alan Moore.
Art by David Lloyd.

1. 虚构类

name author / country 类别 my rating
Eye of the Needle Ken Follett / 英国 悬疑,惊悚、浪漫 9
V for Vendetta Alan Moore / 美国 反乌托邦,反x权 9.5
Storyteller Jodi Picoult / 美国 二战 10
百年孤独 加西亚马尔克斯 / 哥伦比亚 魔幻现实 10
了不起的盖茨比 费兹杰拉德 / 美国 浪漫现实 8.5
1984 乔治奥威尔 / 英国 科幻小说? 8
Letter from an Unknown Woman 斯蒂芬茨威格 / 奥地利 爱情 8
Neuromancer William Gibson / 美国 科幻,赛博朋克 8.5
没有色彩的多崎作和他的巡礼之年 村上春树 / 日本 general fiction 7.5
Gone Girl (消失的女孩) Gillian Flynn / 美国 爱情,惊悚 7.5
起风了 堀辰雄 (这本和同名电影差距很大的) 少年,梦想,爱情 7
螺丝人 岛田庄司 / 日本 悬疑推理 7
犬神家族 横沟正史 / 日本 悬疑推理 6.5
蒸发 夏树静子 / 日本 悬疑推理 6.5
白光 连城三纪彦 / 日本 悬疑推理 6
全部成为F 森博嗣 / 日本 悬疑推理 7
解忧杂货店 东野圭吾 / 日本 号称悬疑的社会派作品 5
The Daughter of Time Josephine Tey /英国 历史推理 8
And the Mountains Echoed (群山回唱) Khaled Hosseini / 美国 历史小说 9
Shutter Island (禁闭岛) Dennis Lehane / 美国 惊悚 7.5
First Love(初恋) 屠格涅夫 / 俄罗斯 爱情 8.5
The Alchemist (牧羊少年之奇幻之旅) Paulo Coelho / 巴西 玄幻,少年,理想 7
ZOO : 乙一作品集5 乙一 / 日本 惊悚 7
The Age of Miracles Karen Thompson Walker / 美国,圣地亚哥 轻科幻 6.5
Vampire Academy Richelle Mead / 美国 青春、爱情、吸血鬼 4
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian Marina Lewycka / 德国 general 6
The Goldfinch Donna Tartt / 美国 general 8.5
Snow Crash Neal Stephenson / 美国 科幻、赛博朋克 8.5
All My Friends Are Dead Jory John and Avery Monsen / 美国 漫画 7
All My Friends Are Still Dead Jory John and Avery Monsen / 美国 漫画 7
从你的全世界路过 暖文,心情 杂文 6.5

那片子好到哪些水平吗,
好到极度探长在醒来一切都是联系的时候我也倍感psyched.—-此片是捐给勇士兼哲思家的,
不是给庸民看的。

2.非虚构类 – (name, author/country, 序列, my rating)

name author / country 类别 my rating
上帝掷骰(tou,二声)子吗 曹天元 科普,量子力学 10
费马大定理 西蒙・辛格 / 英国 科普,数学 9
哲学家们都干了些什么? 林欣浩 科普 8.5
Gun of August Barbara W. Tuchman / 美国 历史,纪实,一战 10
Statu Anxiety (身份的焦虑) Alain de Botton / 英国 8
机场里的小旅行 Alain de Botton / 英国 杂文集 7
Religion for Atheists Alain de Botton / 英国 9.5
The art of travel Alain de Botton / 英国 8.5
哲学的慰藉 Alain de Botton / 英国 7.5
我与父辈 阎连科 / 中国 回忆录 9.5
我的故乡在八十年代 《新周刊》 回忆,杂文 7.5
你一定爱读的极简欧洲史 约翰·赫斯特 / 澳大利亚 历史 6.5
激荡三十年(上下) 吴晓波 / 中国 纪实 9
历代经济变革得失 吴晓波 / 中国 经济 9
吴敬琏传 吴晓波 / 中国 传记 8.5
商战:电商时代 吴晓波 / 中国 互联网 5.5
经济的真相 左小蕾 / 中国 经济 看的懵懵懂懂,不能评分
后望书 朱幼棣 / 中国 杂文,水利 8.5
寻路中国 彼得·海斯勒 / 美国 纪实,随笔 9
观念的水位 刘瑜 / 中国 杂文 8
一生要看的500电影 (一) 中国 其它 7.5
时寒冰说:未来二十年,经济大趋势(现实篇) 时寒冰 / 中国 经济 8
幸福了吗? 白岩松 / 中国 随笔,感想 7
大明王朝的七张面孔1 & 2 张宏杰 / 中国 历史 8
饥饿的盛世 张宏杰 / 中国 历史 8.5
蒋勋说文学 : 从《诗经》到陶渊明 蒋勋 / 台湾 文学 8.5
一日看尽长安花 : 听北大教授畅讲中国古代文学 程郁缀 文学 8
欧洲文明十五讲 陈乐民 文学 8.5
西方文学十五讲 徐葆耕 文学 9
许倬云说历史:中西文明的对照 许倬云 文学,历史 8.5
三十六大 冯唐 / 中国 杂文 8
活着活着就老了 冯唐 / 中国 杂文 8
1913 : 世纪之夏的浪荡子们 弗洛里安·伊利斯 纪实,八卦 7.5
The Late Middle Ages Barter, James 欧洲史 8.5
The Early Middle Ages James A. Corrick 欧洲史 8.5
The Causes of World War I Stewart Ross 欧洲史 8.5
The Story of Britain Rebecca Fraser 欧洲史 8
The Medieval Crusades(World History) Currie, Stephen / 欧洲史 9.5
The Housing Boom and Bust Thomas Sowell / 美国 经济,房价 7.5
Stop the 401k Rip-Off! David B. Loeper / 美国 经济,退休金 6
The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing Jason Kelly / 美国 经济,股票 7.5
Lonely Planet Great Britain Multiple authors 旅游reference 6

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