"The Final Revelation" by Terroja Lee Kincaid aka TheAmazingAtheist on YouTube.
Which contains both his previous books "Scumbag" and "In Defense Of Evil: Why Good Is Bad And Bad Is Good."
I find his wit quite hilarious.
It's one of the classiest classics!
I am currently reading a couple of books:
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in its Bulgarian translation, and frankly I don't really like it. It doesn't sound that good as it does in English + there are grammar mistakes that unfortunatelly many of my fellow citizens make. As a future translator myself I am quite bothered by such things.
- Stephen Fry's Moab is my Washpot, which is his first autobiography book. It's very very well writter- funny, witty, touching, and sometimes I even forget that it's not fiction.
I'm currently The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Finally found a book that makes me want to read it slowly.
Oh man. The Horse and His Boy is my favorite man. I'm only just now reading Dawn Treader though so that could change.
I'm reading Eagle Strike by Anthony Horowitz, it's the fourth book from the Alex rider series. It's really good but not as good as the previous books.
I used to read those books when they first came out! My cousin had them all, and he'd give them to me when he'd finished with them. I loved how fast paced they are