Best College Books

<p>What are the best books you've read in college, be it fiction, non-fiction, reference, whatever!</p>

<p>Come on! I'm sure y'all must have read SOME good books during those 4 years?!? :D</p>

<p>just a bunch of textbooks so far...</p>

<p>what's the purpose of this thread?</p>

<p>haha...i didnt read any books at all</p>

<p>science textbooks + sports section of the nytimes = reading material for me thru all 4 years o college</p>

<p>The Da Vinci code is the most riveting book (I don't read a ton a books) I've read so far. Great mystery book.</p>

<p>Here's some of the required reading that I enjoyed</p>

<p>Non-fiction books:</p>

<p>Out of Poverty (And Into Something More Comfortable) by John Stackhouse</p>

<p>The Haunted Lands by Tina Rosenberg</p>

<p>Plays: (though reading plays is like smelling meals, they're often worth it anyhow)</p>

<p>M. Butterfly</p>

<p>The Good Person of Schezwuan by Bertolt Brecht</p>

<p>Huis-Clos/No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre</p>

<p>La Cantatrice Chauve/The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco</p>

<p>Good novels:</p>

<p>Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man by James Joyce</p>

<p>Passage to India by EM Forster</p>

<p>Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood</p>

<p>Lost Honour of Katharina Blum by Heinrich Boll</p>

<p>Fear and Trembling/Stupeur et Tremblements by Amelie Nothomb</p>

<p>portrait of an artist as a young man, more like portrait of crap as a young loser. no seriously that book was HORRENDOUS! WOW</p>