I've always been a pretty voracious reader. Even more so since the COVID pandemic hit earlier this year. Since that monumental occurrence, I've read a lot of great books and thought I'd put out some feelers on recommendations as I am always looking for more good stuff to read. In the last few weeks I've kind of rediscovered Kurt Vonnegut and read Bluebeard, Hocus Pocus, Breakfast of Champions, and The Sirens of Titan. I think Breakfast of Champions was my favorite of the bunch. I spent some time reading a lot of Virginia Woolf too. If you've never read her, I think you're really missing out. Her prose is a real joy to read and a massive achievement of the English language. I recommend The Waves, To the Lighthouse, and Mrs. Dalloway. I also reread a few of my personal favorites that I would highly, highly recommend to anyone - Kafka On the Shore by Haruki Murakami and Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. Very different but both very beautifully written books. What are some of the best books you all have read lately?