Best romance books according to redditors

We found 3,743 Reddit comments discussing the best romance books. We ranked the 940 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Romance:

u/RAYMONDSTELMO · 32 pointsr/Fantasy

You raise a point too good to resist; men like romance too. So here's mine:

“What I am, lady, is a blood-soaked man, weary and lonely. What you are, is a young woman in my bedroom.”

She pouted, pale eyebrows slanted V for Vexed. Oh God, she prepared to reveal she was a woman of the world. She would stamp, speak in what she considered naughty words. She’d begin to weep, letting the night-dress fall... I put a finger to her lips, shook my head to forestall the sortie. Her eyes opened astounded at the gesture.

“Sweet Lalena, I owe you life and freedom. All I can return is a heart. God knows, it belongs to no one now but who will have it. So I offer it to you. Come to my bed as shy girl or devouring Maenad, whichever you please. We will lie face to face, heart to heart. And if you devour, then I will be your most faithful meal. But if you would please me first, my lady, then come to my bed as bride. And then we shall feast together, life to life, each upon each.” I stopped, wondering what the devil I had just said. Took a breath. “Marry me, Lalena.”

She broke for the door. It stood locked, the key on the floor. She tugged upon the handle. The stout oak ripped from the frame with a scream of astounded wood. Then she fled, out and away.

The Blood Tartan

u/Pramble · 25 pointsr/ChapoTrapHouse

This reminds me of a review left for the Chuck Tingle book, Helicopter Man Pounds Dinosaur Billionaire Ass

>This is the new 50 shades of grey. As an attack helicopter, I am so happy to finally be represented in erotic fiction. Even as a non-helicopter you will find this book some of the best erotic fiction ever written. Definitely give this a read.

u/tylmin · 24 pointsr/funny

I bet he also wanted this book for his birthday:

u/daviejane · 21 pointsr/wowthanksimcured

I like educational tv stuff and read trash like Space Raptor Butt Trilogy for fun.

Hmm...I think they gotta make that a tv series so I can better fit on this column list.

u/takashi_kurita · 20 pointsr/40kLore

Here is the original:

Be warned. This book is tough. I mean, the act of reading it is tough. It was written at the turn of the century (1901) and in an intentionally archaic style, so like a 17th century book. Also it contains some *really old-fashioned and offensive social ideas, btw.

So it's an impenetrable mass of words. Grammatically, this is like the Dark Souls of sentence structure. Unknown realms of sentence fragments and run-ons await the daring reader.

What I recommend instead is the modernized remake:

It's still written in an old style, but more like 1940's English rather than pseudo-Age-of-Sail Englyshe. It retains all the wonder and majesty and awe-inspiring evil of the original work, while actually being readable and giving the characters actual dialogue (the original story had none!) and making them relatable to modern-day human beings.

u/iRedditalright · 16 pointsr/OopsDidntMeanTo

Sounds like a Chuck Tingle story


u/lobo68 · 15 pointsr/funny

Pretty sure you're a writer if you make money doing it, regardless of skill.

Which, for those keeping score back home, is what a "profession," is: a something you make money doing.

u/Fistocracy · 15 pointsr/ainbow

The followups are even more awesome. Once he found out that Space Raptor Butt Invasion had only been nominated as a joke by a bunch of alt-right asshole who were trying to wreck the Hugo Awards he started denouncing them as scoundrel devilmen in the service of Ted Cobbler, and expanded his space raptor butt work into a trilogy with two new volumes that are just thinly veiled allegories for the whole Hugo-rigging debacle.

Oh and he also started heavily promoting science fiction by various progressive and minority authors that were in the alt right's sights.

u/lost_chayote · 14 pointsr/Fantasy

Seconding anything Benedict Patrick.

Also Travis M. Riddle.

Recently finished the first book of The Quest of Five Clans by Raymond St. Elmo and would highly recommend it.

Episode 1 of Bulletproof Witch by F.J. Blair was lots of fun, and Episode 2 is due to be released on the 17th of this month.

I enjoyed Iron Truth by S.A. Tholin - it's more on the sci-fi side than the fantasy side.

Masters of Deception by JC Kang is the selected book for May for the Resident Authors Bookclub here on /r/Fantasy, so it's a good one to pick up if you're interested in bookclubbing it. The halfway discussion will be posted at the end of this week, I believe.

Check out the self-promo thread for some more authors local to the sub. A lot of their books are available through KU.

Also the majority of the SPFBO finalists for 2018 are available through KU. You can find the finalist table here:


^(Side note, since I suppose it's relevant. I started writing reviews this year for all the KU books I read, so you can find reviews of several KU books if you want to lurk through my post history. Seems awkward to link them all here...)

u/B-VOLLEYBALL-READY · 14 pointsr/KotakuInAction

TB is never going to be able to defend anyone's joke again without people asking him if traps are gay, is he?

btw - here's one for KiA's reading list.

> Michael knew Ms. Belland’s sexual education class was going to be a joke, and he was proved right when the class got its final assignment—each student anonymously writes a question and then those questions are randomly assigned to the students. Michael’s assigned question: Are traps gay?

> He doesn’t know what a trap is, but he’s going to find out as soon as he starts his research. But the answer to his question doesn’t come easy, and it’s going to take more than an Internet search to figure out.

u/BananaAuxiliary · 13 pointsr/funny

There's certainly a market for Dino porn.

Source: Helicopter Man Pounds Dinosaur Billionaire Ass

u/InfamousBrad · 13 pointsr/polyamory

Deborah Anapol, Polyamory: The New Love without Limits. I liked More Than Two but even before hearing these accusations, I preferred Anapol's book to Veaux's.

u/doofus62 · 12 pointsr/booksuggestions

Looking for Alaska is a fantastic book, and an entertaining and pretty easy read.

u/chucktinglethanks · 12 pointsr/IAmA

thank you this is full novel name of HELICOPTER MAN POUNDS DINOSAUR BILLIONAIRE ASS this is a very important work in that is it a story about how to prove love against the odds. in this story JOM HAM must learn his body as a helicopter man and i think that is a very important message i think you will enjoy it very much if not that is okay sometimes bucks have a diffrent preferred pound. THAT IS OKAY TOO you can like whatever you want that is what makes you special!

u/this_guy_fvcks · 12 pointsr/chess

Try the Space Raptor Butt Trilogy by Dr. Chuck Tingle. You may have to read it a couple of times for it to really sink in, but it really helped me get worse.

After you finish that you should easily be able to digest Dr. Tingle's more advanced works. I'd recommend starting with Slammed In The Butthole By My Concept Of Linear Time (4th Edition).

u/nosehair_braids · 11 pointsr/wikipedia
u/Salaris · 10 pointsr/Fantasy

My book is up on there, and my second book will be when it comes out in about a week. The title is Forging Divinity. I think it would probably suit your tastes - I work as a systems designer for a RPG company, and you seem to like RPGish styles of books.

Here's a quick blurb:

Some say that in the city of Orlyn, godhood is on sale to the highest bidder. Thousands flock to the city each year, hoping for a chance at immortality.

Lydia Hastings is a knowledge sorcerer, capable of extracting information from anything she touches. When she travels to Orlyn to validate the claims of the local faith, she discovers a conspiracy that could lead to a war between the world's three greatest powers. At the focal point is a prisoner who bears a striking resemblance to the long-missing leader of the pantheon she worships.

Rescuing the prisoner would require risking her carefully cultivated cover - but his execution could mean the end of everything Lydia holds dear.

If you're in the mood for science fantasy, I'd also strongly recommend Without Bloodshed by /u/starbreakerauthor. I believe that should be up on the lending library as well. He writes very believable characters (including his antagonists) and interesting technology.

u/Subho99 · 9 pointsr/niceguys

Looking for Alaska - one of my favourite books of all time

u/neilz4 · 9 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Since we're here, mind as well throw in Looking for Alaska by John Green as well.

u/Robot-Unicorn · 9 pointsr/ukpolitics
u/starbreakerauthor · 8 pointsr/Fantasy

ANSI Standard Fantasy

Check out The First Law by Joe Abercrombie:

  • The Blade Itself
  • Before They Are Hanged
  • Last Argument of Kings


    If you want to read about badass thieves, check out Scott Lynch's Gentleman Bastards:

  • The Lies of Locke Lamora
  • Red Seas Under Red Skies
  • The Republic of Thieves


    Speaking of thieves, Michael J. Sullivan's Riyria Chronicles is good clean fun in the tradition of Fritz Leiber's classic stories of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser (which you should also read).


    You might also like Forging Divinity and Stealing Sorcery by Andrew Rowe (/u/Salaris). People will recommend Brandon Sanderson, but I think Rowe does Sandersonian fantasy better than Sanderson himself. (And I got four words for anybody who thinks that's blasphemy: "Come at me, bro.")


    People will also recommend Patrick Rothfuss' Kingkiller Chronicles:

  • The Name of the Wind
  • The Wise Man's Fear
  • The Slow Regard of Silent Things (novella/side story)

    My opinion is that you should read him for his prose, and treat his protagonist as an unreliable narrator.

    Science Fantasy

    All of the above is medieval or Renaissance fantasy, and most of the recommendations you'll get are for medieval/Renaissance fantasy, but my own preference is for science fantasy. I write it, and so I try to read as much of it as I can as well.

    I don't think you can go wrong with Michael Moorcock. He's very prolific, but much of his early work is in novellas that are now published as compilations. He's one of the first big "multiverse" writers, and many of his stories involve an eternal conflict between Law and Chaos, as well as an Eternal Champion who serves the cosmic balance by opposing whichever force is dominant on his world. The Eternal Champion has had many incarnations, but only one (Erekose) remembers the others: Elric, Corum, Dorian Hawkmoon, Jerry Cornelius, Oswald Bastable, etc. I started with the Hawkmoon books, but Moorcock's probably best known for Elric.


    If you haven't read Frank Herbert's Dune, I strongly suggest doing so. It's a labyrinthine novel normally marketed as science fiction, but it reads like fantasy. You've probably heard of it.


    Chances are you haven't heard of Roger Zelazny, which is a shame. His Amber novels, starting with Nine Princes in Amber, are excellent reads, though many will argue that the novels starring Corwin are better than those featuring his son Merlin.


    There are also various "dying earth" writers and series, starting with Jack Vance and his Dying Earth novels:

  • The Dying Earth
  • The Eyes of the Overworld
  • Cugel's Saga
  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    These novels are set in a far-future earth where magic and science are indistinguishable from one another and spellcasters fire off magicks as if they were D&D wizards (mainly because Gary Gygax borrowed from Vance).


    Another dying earth series you'll see mentioned is Gene Wolfe's Book of the New Sun. It's excellent, but the prose is so dense and complex that when people complain to me that my books aren't easy reading, I tell them, "You think I'm tough? Go read Gene Wolfe."

    New Sun's protagonist, Severian the journeyman torturer, is one of fantasy's classic unreliable narrators.


    And then there's M. John Harrison's Viriconium novels, an odd series. The prose is gorgeous, but the first in the series, The Pastel City, is the only one of the bunch that actually reads like fantasy. The sequel, A Storm of Wings, picks up where The Pastel City left off but gets profoundly weird, and subsequent novels leave fantasy behind altogether.


    Getting back to science fantasy for people who aren't as pretentious as I am, I'd be remiss if I didn't recommend Celia S. Friedman's Coldfire Trilogy.

  • Black Sun Rising
  • When True Night Falls
  • Crown of Shadows

    Further details here.


    But one of my favorites is C. J. Cherryh's Morgaine Saga

  • Gate of Ivrel
  • Well of Shiuan
  • Fires of Azeroth
  • Exile's Gate

    Morgaine is the last of a team of scientists sent to close the space-time gates the qhal refurbished and abused to the point of causing the complete collapse of the space-time continuum. Armed primarily with her sword Changeling, which is itself a gate, Morgaine closes each gate behind her and destroys it.

    But it isn't Morgaine's viewpoint we get, but that of Vanye, an outcast warrior who finds himself bound to Morgaine's service because he was desperate enough to ask shelter of her at any price. Vanye doesn't have the education to understand the technological tools Morgaine uses as anything but witchcraft, but his honor drives him to fight beside her despite his fear.


    If you like cowboys, you don't have to settle for Stephen King's The Dark Tower and what I like to call the "new game plus" ending. You could also read S. A. Hunt's (/u/authorsahunt) The Outlaw King:

  • The Whirlwind in the Thorn Tree
  • Law of the Wolf
  • Ten Thousand Devils

    The series is ongoing, but these three books alone will keep you busy for a while.


    Finally, I'm going to recommend my own work (assuming you've read this far). My Starbreaker series is near-future science fantasy set in an alternate history and inspired by classic heavy metal (Judas Priest, Queensryche, Iron Maiden, Blue Oyster Cult, etc). I write about all-too-human androids and swashbuckling sopranos exposing corruption and fighting demons from outer space. I write about a dark lord who wears white who already rules the world and is trying to save it. I've got friendly AIs, transoceanic maglevs, questions of whether the end justifies the means, and a great big Maine Coon cat who can play Texas Hold 'Em, but can't bluff worth a damn.

    Starbreaker started out as a big-ass novel, but is now a series:

  • Without Bloodshed
  • Silent Clarion (prequel set 17 years before Without Bloodshed. originally a web serial)
  • Blackened Phoenix (sequel, currently in progress)

    If you've read this far, thanks. I don't usually post at such length on Reddit.
u/GravyBear8 · 7 pointsr/neoliberal

Just got this book!

Excited to dive in. The title is rather provocative.

u/DevonAero · 6 pointsr/socialskills

What are you interests? [Meetups] (, are a good way to start making friends.

Getting a girlfriend isn't as hard as it seems. It really boils down to your confidence level, but it's also a numbers game. (ie; the more girls you talk to, the higher your chances are) Check out /r/seduction and read the sidebar and top posts. Also, read [Models by Mark Manson] ( and [the Sex God Method] ( Another book is [Unshakable Swagger] (, I just bought it, but I haven't read it yet. I heard good things though.

Also read [Practicing the Power of Now] ( It's a book on mediation and it'll help you relax and be at ease. Ted talks, [RSDJulien] (, and [RSDTyler] ( are amazing sources for motivation and other self improvemnt and development.

That's pretty much it OP, have fun and get to work! PM me if you have questions.

u/ysef95 · 6 pointsr/seduction

read the sex god method by daniel rose sexual arousal for women is much more about physchological arousal than physical technique and this book helped me get my head around it.


u/nophoney · 6 pointsr/TheRedPill

Daniel Rose - The Sex God Method


The first technique to manhandle your girl is called the door
slam. When your girl is standing with her back towards a
door, grab her and slam her back into it. Press yourself
against her and start making out with her aggressively. This
can also work with a wall, but works much better with a
door. A door will have a some give to it, and the force of the
blow will be distributed across her back. You can slam her
fairly hard without causing her too much pain. In addition, a
door will make a loud noise when you slam her into it,
adding to the exciting Element of Dominance. A wall will
cause her more pain and will not make as much noise, but
can do in a pinch.

The second is ripping her clothes off. Literally. This works best
with her panties. When she’s particularly turned on and you
notice she’s wearing old panties, put your hand inside them
and twist them around your hand to make the ripping easier.
Then, anchor her down to the bed with one hand, and pull
HARD to rip her panties off with the other. Be sure you put
some strength into it, as it will take more force to rip them
off than you think. Also, pull to the side so that the force of
the rip goes into her hip, not her sensitive anal and vaginal
areas. Like the door slam, this creates the impression of
Dominance without excessive pain.

Another way to establish Dominance is by pulling her hair.
To do this, grab her hair as close to the roots as possible and
pull her head wherever you want. This works well when
you’re behind her, sucking on her neck. Hold her by the hair
while you do this and she’ll love it. This also works well
when you’re making her look at you while you’re fucking her
(a great way to increase Emotion, as discussed in the next
section). Holding her by the hair to force her to look at you
packs a powerful one-two punch of Dominance and Emotion.
Finally, spanking your girl is always a great way of
manhandling her. If you two start play-fighting with each
other, wrestle her so that she is face down beneath you and
pull her pants down. Then, throw her over your knee and
spank her naked ass. Spank her HARD – this area of the body
has a lot of muscle and fat cushioning, and can take
considerable punishment before it hurts too much. If you do
it right, the pain won’t be excessive, but it will be very loud
and dramatic. Combine spanking with dirty talk to make it
even more powerful. Tell her “You’re a bad little girl, and
bad little girls have to get punished” as you spank her. If she’s
more comfortable with you, kick the dirty talk up a notch.
Say something like “you’re a dirty little slut, you’ve been
thinking about getting fucked all day. Look at how wet your
pussy is…you need to be punished for being such a whore.”
Spank her a few times, then take the rest of her clothes off
and fuck her hard and deep.

You can also spank her when you’re already fucking her. The
more aroused she is, the more effective spanking is. This is
because as she gets more turned on, spanking isn’t a threat to
her Immersion, so she can fully enjoy the increased
Dominance that it provides. Spank her while you’re having
sex with her on top of you, or in any position where her ass
is exposed. A favorite of many girls is to be spanked while
you are fucking them doggy style.

u/SmallFruitbat · 6 pointsr/YAwriters

In the land of good timing, /r/fantasy is also having a discussion about sex in fantasy today.

I also find these rants (from Limyaael's Rants, of course) to be quite topical: 1 2 3 4 5 6

And I'm probably going to beat /u/bethrevis to the punch even though it's her blog entry, but this conversation seemed to sum up "Adult" attitudes towards sex in YA quite well and stuck in my mind:

>Attendee: Oh no, violence is fine. Is there sex?

>Friend (starting to feel awkward): There's a scene in the book that does get a bit graphic, sexually. But it's relevant to the plot, and it's not gratuitous, and--

>Attendee: puts the book down on the table No. We can't have any sex in the books for the school.

>Friend: But it's a relevant issue. The girl in the scene is nearly raped and--

>Attendee: Oh? It's not consensual sex? Well, that's okay.

For context, graphic sex in books has always kinda squicked me out (though maybe the poor production value in erotica is more to blame - poor grammar also makes me cringe), but before I actually started having sex, I was fairly oblivious to the references in books. As in, totally missed what was going on in books like Brave New World or Song of the Lioness. Just totally skipped it. Didn't bother me or turn me into a sex-crazed deviant like people seem to fear or anything.

Now that I'm older, I do find it conspicuous when a world's meant to be gritty and completely detailed and cover everything from depression to bathroom habits to violence to inner turmoil, but even references to sex remain absent. For example, in the Mistborn trilogy (skirting the YA/genre fantasy border, supposedly), it's all [spoilers](#s "OK, so we're 20 and married and the most powerful people in the land and have no one to answer to and the world is ending and we really need a way to blow off steam... Let's never have sex ever.") It cuts into the believability of the stakes and to me, it seemed like possible justifications for that mindset were skipped over. [Possible justifications being things like ](#s "a political marriage, past trauma, fear of bringing a child into the world and complete ignorance of birth control, traditions built into that fantasy world, etc.")

That's not to say that you need to have sex in order to have a believable romance for high school or college-age characters. I think I'm in love with Levi from Fangirl without anyone getting naked even off-page, and I'm not even sure there was kissing in Boy Proof despite the sexual tension being through the roof. The lack of sex at that point in the story fit those characters and those relationships.

YA-ish books with sex I've recently read: Trickster's Queen (made sense for the characters involved), The Girl of Fire and Thorns trilogy (props for having lots of build-up re: acquiring birth control and waiting for it to take effect), The Jewel (fittingly thematic, since it's a book about forced surrogacy and there was [spoiler](#s "a contrast between forced, mechanical impregnation and natural, chosen sex"), Eleanor & Park (fittingly awkward and open-ended, just like every other interaction they had), Looking for Alaska (public conversation about private awkwardness seemed really believable).

Edit: Looks like /r/fantasywriters is also having a discussion today, though with more of an LGBTQ slant.

u/W_O_M_B_A_T · 5 pointsr/relationship_advice

Why? Are those other guys dating her too?

If not, then you have something they'll never have. You're literally better than them, you know that don't you?

Stop mentally masturbating about just how inferior you think you are. Literally scratching your ass is a better use of your time, energy and thought than indulging in self-loathing and self-pity.

Read the Sex God Method by Daniel rose

u/holybatjunk · 5 pointsr/EDC

This is my dedicated writer-on-the-go kit, separate from my daily pocket/purse carry, which I'll post eventually because, yes, I carry a knife. Someone mentioned more hobby EDCs a while back, so...

  • Alphasmart 3000
  • Blueberry Larabar
  • Altoid tin (with skullcandy headphones inside)
  • Blank ReWrite Notebook, hidden under
  • Planner by Poketo for Target, 2013 Collection
  • Purple bic ballpoint pen
  • Aladdin Recycled and Recyclable Thermos, with coffee

    The alphasmart is the dorkiest but most useful thing in the fucking world. It's super light, durable, and fast. On that ancient baby I have written countless short stories, a book about a gaybro werewolf, and about a dozen scripts for short shitty horror movies that never get made. :) The ReWrite notebooks are great, too--all recycled materials and the perfect travel size, with paper that has just enough tooth to make writing smooth but enjoyable.
u/KariQuiteContrary · 4 pointsr/books

I second The Hunger Games and Percy Jackson series as recommendations.

Looking for Alaska is really popular among my high school students, both girls and boys.

Maybe Ender's Game?

The Seven Realms series is another one several of my kids have been raving about to me. I haven't gotten around to reading them myself, but it might be worth checking out. Starts with The Demon King.

u/Cloud_Riverdale · 4 pointsr/relationship_advice

Dude, you are incredibly lucky that she is willing to tell you this. If you want a quick run down of what she's asking for, try these links:

When you parse out what they're describing... None of this is actually about being "Bad" or "mean" to people. It's about having self confidence and standing up for yourself.

Here are some book recommendations:
No more Mr Nice Guy:

Models: Attract women through honesty:

What women want when they test men:

The last one is "Sex God Method" by Daniel Rose. You have to pirate it, because on amazon it goes for $750.

Of all the books, Sex God Method is life changing if you're willing to apply it. This book completely changed my life.

It's not that she wants you to literally be mean, she wants you to stand up to her and stand up for yourself.

She is doing you SUCH a favor by being so honest and up front with you. Seriously. Many guys in your situation just get cheated on, or dumped, or both. Yes, you read that right.

u/s2xtreme4u · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Looking for alaska

its about high school kids. but i read it when i was 25 and loved it!

It ends different than you will expect. I love not being able to guess the endings of books or movies.

its emotional, it has adventure! its got love! it has won multiple awards!

u/Aquagoat · 3 pointsr/hoggit

Is Chuck Tingle getting into game development?

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/TotalReddit

Just when I think I've seen everything...

Apparently Gay Dinosaur Erotica is a thing.

u/RoEdhel · 3 pointsr/TheBluePill

OH MAN, THIS IS THE MOST GIRLY THING I DO. And right now my project is reading the free Kindle book section on Amazon. It looks like these aren't all free anymore. I scope pretty frequently, so I guess I'm getting good enough that I'm getting a silly amount of free books:

The Governess Affair - Courtney Milan: Our romantic hero has a tough past, but is actually easy to relate to because he is someone stuck in a difficult position: what he wants and what is right. He has lots of macho man trappings, but is ultimately a decent person who takes the time to change his perspective. I think part of the idea is that he's a damn shade tougher than the "alpha" types in the story, but ridiculed by them. Historical romance.

Come Dancing - Leslie Wells: I assume the title is for this song, which sucked me in to reading it (though I prefer the MB20 version). The romantic hero is a rock star and the book actually takes time to show hard massively fucking difficult that makes him to date. And he struggles with it too, because he does like the romantic heroine, who ain't got time for his bullshit. They both struggle with what they want from each other, their boundaries and their work. Because the heroine has a real ass job and spends a lot of the book chasing a promotion. It's a total beach read, but I loved it. Set in the early 1980s.

Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories - Lisa Scott: This isn't my normal cup of tea, I usually prefer fantasy or historical or paranormal just ease the all of the unlikely things that happen along, but these were short and cute, and the boys in them occasionally made me go "aaaaaw." It's saccharine for the sake of being saccharine. The first story is probably the one I like the most. Contemporary.

Skies of Gold - Zoe Archer: First rate sex in this girl's "Skies of" books. All of the heroines are kick ass engineers or spies or lady Indiana Jones-es and completely hold their own. And the romantic heroes respect the hell out of these women in a way that is just...well, it really helps the sex scenes feel mutual and hot. This one is probably the best, if the most simple. She has lost her leg and is having difficult accepting her body, he is a military science project who has also have trouble accepting his body and who he now is. Both are lonely, both have cut themselves off from the world, both help the other heal. Steampunk as fuck.

If you want more, I can do more.

u/CrazyCatLady108 · 3 pointsr/WTF


and its only 69 pages

u/asuraemulator · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Really? Well, Amazon gives free samples. Just keep in mind that they're also kissing books. :)

u/vesi-hiisi · 3 pointsr/Fantasy
  • Miss Mabel's School for Girls by Katie Cross - Dark-ish YA fantasy set in a magic school and moved on to battle training, the culture was based on Wicca with flashy magic and the both the characters and the plot twists were quite impressive. review here Nice to read YA fantasy with a lot of magic and no romance element. I picked up the rest of the series and will read them too.

  • Fae: The Wild Hunt and Fae: The Realm of Twilight by Graham Austin-King: Damn good stuff, his Fae realm is 100 times better than Rothfuss, with mystery and nice magic elements, superb characterization and great job making the Fae sound totally alien. Reviews for book1 and book2

    I picked up this book by a fellow /r/fantasy denizen and it sounds quite promising, haven't had a chance to read it yet but I will read it as soon as I can.

    Planning to read the Riyria books soon and taking note of the books recommended in this thread, I want to read & review more good indies.
u/Tiz68 · 3 pointsr/printSF

Adrian Tarn Series is definitely one of my favorites and isn't very well known. Definitely check this series out.

Odyssey One Series is pretty good.

Confluence Series is interesting.

Aurora Rhapsody Series is a good series too.

Dark Space Series is pretty decent as well.

The Frozen Sky Series is certainly entertaining too.

These are a few series I've read recently and enjoyed. Figured they would be good suggestions. They also aren't the most commonly suggested or well known books like the others that were suggested.

Although the other recommendations are definitely ones you want to read. Especially the Ender's Game sequels and the Old Man's War series.

u/MechanicalRoman · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A mental mind fuck can be nice

This would be cool to have

u/michellie89 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That guy is so cute! Here are names I would name my kitten. I can't have a kitten though because my dog is allergic to cats :( I really love the name Cody or Grim. Good luck with your name hunt!

Merlin, Cody, Meeko, Houdini, Bonsai, Jinx, Astro, Grim.


u/cknap · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm soooo drunk

When I'm drunk anything horrible or unhealthy for you is usually the first thing I go for. Pizza is always a good one. Usually anything salty though like bagel chips or popcorn.

I would love Looking for Alaska from my $5-10 WL if I win! Thanks for the contest! :)

u/heyredridinghood · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Have you ever read any of John Green's work?

Looking for Alaska

Paper Town

The Fault in Our Stars

u/Steph0906 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is an awesome contest!

  • Something I want: This NSFW item
  • Something I need: An amazon gift card to be used towards school books
  • Something to wear: This pretty headband
  • Something to read: Looking for Alaska by John Green
  • Something to Watch: The Boondock Saints
  • Something to listen to: The Pinkprint by Nicki Minaj

    Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    I like this story..
    how about you!?

    NSFW is sexy but a gift card isnt so much but bring on boondock saints!

    My haiku is terrible...
u/sylphofspace · 2 pointsr/reactiongifs

Just want to put this out there because I've studied young adult lit and I'll never grow too old to love it: YA is an incredibly fascinating genre. It's an absolute goldmine if you're looking for character development. Even the books with horrible photoshop-vomit covers often have merit if you give them a chance, and the fact that something appeals to teenage girls does not invalidate its quality.

If anyone is interested in reading good young adult fiction, I'd recommend the following:

u/logger1234 · 2 pointsr/marriedredpill

> ould actually like a second chance at her. He stayed hot and got hotter. My wife got an impressive degree, but doesn't make that much bank, and certainly didn't stay as hot as she was in college. In almost every tangible alpha way, her ex is superior to me. My wife has had a lot of exes; that's the only one where she ever said the sex was amazing.
> All this said, I think there is a lesson here for you, OP.
> Are you bringing the dominance in your relationship? Tie her the fuck down, whip her, and fuck her hard. You better be taking goddamn notes.

Honest advice. Read GSM by Daniel Rose and DO IT YOURSELF TO HER.

u/down_with_whomever · 2 pointsr/TheRedPill

>Are there any RP guides on fucking specifically?

I've heard other RP people talk about this book as being essential TRP material but I've never read it and I don't know what's in it.

>I know there's guys out there that can own a girl entirely off their dick game, how can I move in this direction?

I don't personally recommend it. I recommend using every tool in your arsenal. If a lot of people want to know my sex method I can write another post about it, but the short answer is that experience is valuable. Practice, mix it up and take note of her reactions, of what works and what doesn't.

u/Nahtanos · 2 pointsr/sex


She basically wants you to lead, because it's the ultimate manifestation of man

u/D_Trius100 · 2 pointsr/asktrp

LMAOOO! Can't stop laughing at these comments.

But with all seriousness, just read Daniel Roses's Sex God Method

u/Cepheus · 2 pointsr/politics

Just the description of some of those books are unbelievable. You just sold that guy some books.

> And so begins Dr. Chuck Tingle’s first full length novel, Helicopter Man Pounds Dinosaur Billionaire Ass, a thrilling superhero origin story that will take you to the edge of gay erotic romance and stare bravely into the abyss. It is a story so powerful, so sensual, that it could change the very face of erotic literature forever. John Hams is a man who has lost it all, a nine-to-five nobody with an addiction to billionaire dinosaur bad boys. That is, until a freak accident at work imbues John with the ability to transform into an achingly handsome helicopter at will. Suddenly, things are looking up, as John uses his ability to woo the dashing stegosaurus from his addicts group who just happens to have a thing for rugged aircrafts. But it’s not long before John’s new helicopter identity starts to spin out of control, taking on a personality of its own as the wild and horny Chibs Pratt, chopper with abs.


u/ChadtheWad · 2 pointsr/CFB
u/SlothMold · 2 pointsr/suggestmeabook


  • Hatchet, about a boy stranded in the Canadian wilderness.
  • Holes, about a boy cursed with bad luck who ends up in a prison camp
  • Leviathan trilogy, a retelling of WWI where the Austro-Hungarians have mechas and the British have genetically-engineered whale blimps. This is evenly split between a male and female perspective (and a huge hit in a relative's special ed class for the same age group).
  • The Ranger's Apprentice, introductory medieval fantasy about a boy training to be a ranger.
  • Incarceron, about a steampunk labyrinth prison and the fake medieval world outside.
  • The Ear, the Eye, and the Arm, about mutant detectives in future Zimbabwe.


  • World War Z, about a zombie apocalypse and how different countries and people deal with it. Has a lot to say about geopolitics. (Not necessarily YA, but popular in that age group)
  • Feed, where everyone has the internet in their heads from birth. While partying on the moon, boy meets girl who didn't get the feed until age 6.
  • John Green's other books, like Looking for Alaska, etc all have male protagonists.
  • Little Brother, about a teenage hacker swept up by the Department of Homeland Security after a terrorist attack on California.
  • Legend trilogy, about a dystopian United States and a police prodigy trying to track down another 15-year old rebel. This is another one split between a male and female perspective.
  • Kurt Vonnegut and Tim O'Brien are technically adult authors, but very accessible and popular in that age group.

    Would also second Artemis Fowl, Percy Jackson, Ender's Game, and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy that other commentators mentioned.

    Also, you may be interested in /r/YAlit and /r/YAwriters.
u/Zoobles88 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Evening all! I just finished Ready Player One...up next is...drum roll

Looking for Alaska!!

u/choosetolose · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm tired of carrying around a bulky purse with 2-3 books. There. I said it! Simply put, I need a more economical way of carrying around my crap :)

I would love to finally read this book.

u/Nwfistere · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would love a kindle because I used to have a Kindle Touch but then it broke from overuse. I have so many ebooks but I can only read them on my laptop. I would appreciate Looking for Alaska. I've read The Fault in our stars and I would love to read some of his other books.

u/frcepeda · 2 pointsr/mexico

Mil millones de veces.

Lo puedes comprar en alguna librería en México en español por unos 100 pesos, pero si lo quieres en inglés lo puedes conseguir en Amazon por el mismo precio como e-book.

u/bellyfold · 2 pointsr/writing

I'd say get in at least a few young adult fiction, as they're full of saccharine and angst ridden metaphor:

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

Looking For Alaska

A few historical fictions:

Wolf Hall

Memoirs Of A Geisha


The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy

Good Omens

Stephen king (just because he's a favorite)



And finally, some objectively "bad" books, to learn what not to do.

Wild Animus: A Novel

The Da Vinci Code

Moon People

All of these books are personal favorites for one reason or another, and some may fit into multiple categories (see: looking for Alaska under YA fiction and "bad,").

That said, this should at least keep you busy for a bit.

Happy reading, and good luck on your novel!

u/destinyisntfree · 2 pointsr/RandomActsofeBooks

I would love to get a copy of Looking for Alaska which is only 2.50 right now. Of course, if the price goes up on it I will edit this.

u/Hexatona · 2 pointsr/pics

From what I've heard, One of Hodgson's earlier works... The House on the Borderland, was quite influential on Lovecraft.

Anyway, I'm going to be 100% honest here in that I nearly gave up on The Night Land. His writing style (at least in this book) is deliberately archaic. It's palatable when he's just being an overly verbose sentence mangler, but when he tries to be all poetic it's just the worst.

Thankfully, the worst of it is in the first chapter. If you can survive The first two chapters, I think you'll love it!

I'm actually listening to the librivox recording of it, myself. You really have to pay attention.

As for simmilarities between their works, Hodgson is at both times more plain, and also just as vague. He does a wonderful job of setting up the world as terribly malevolent, very plainly, but the malevolence is so incomprehensible that you are left with the dread feeling of humanity being trapped by things it couldn't possibly understand.

I can completely understand why The Night Lands is so well respected, and I can also understand why it is proabbly completely unknown - reading the first chapter is like trying to force yourself to understand shakespeare in highschool, but it gets better quickly once he stops being a poet about it.

As a total aside, someone went ahead a rewrote the Night Land to be more accessible. I have not tried it yet, but there it is.

u/hesaidadverbsly · 2 pointsr/WeirdLit
u/bookwench · 2 pointsr/booksuggestions

Well, I'm almost 40, and I trade books with my 60+ neighbor.

If you're sticking with romance, Eloisa James is a good romance author; Courtney Milan is also amazing.

For science fiction and fantasy with a dose of romance - Lois Bujold's Vorkosigan series (start here) is very very very good, and her Chalion series (here) is excellent for the first two books (you can easily skip the third book, it's a prequel and not as interesting all around.)Bujold tends to be very, very popular with women, and older women; she's a very sharp and insightful person who happens to write big, fun space operas.

I strongly recommend Elizabeth Moon's Remnant Population; it has no romance but features an older woman, adn is very very thoughtfully done. Her The Speed of Dark is more challenging but still excellent work. Karen Lord's The Best of All Possible Worlds is also utterly amazing.

For nonfiction, try Bill Bryson. I recommend A Walk In The Woods.

u/jlgra · 2 pointsr/suggestmeabook

So I thought this book was totally the most sweet and romantic. It's a werewolf book. I'm female and straight (and so is the author as far as I can tell), so I'm not actually sure how someone in the community will view it. It's a gay-for-you theme, but I thought in a believable, coming-out way. And funny. All that to say:

Winter Wolf, by S.P. Wayne

It's a trilogy.

u/186394 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Winter Wolf!


u/HarlequinValentine · 2 pointsr/YAwriters
u/kitty_witcher · 2 pointsr/whatsthatbook
u/ebook-octopus · 2 pointsr/UnlimitedBestOF

The Paper Magician and The Glass Magician and the first two books in the Paper Magician series, in which nineteen year old Ceony Twill must set aside her disappointment - she wanted to be a Smelter, a metal mage - and learn paper magic instead. But unknown to her, the Folder to whom she's apprenticed happens to be deeply involved in the hunt for dark mages who work with human flesh ...

So far as I can tell, the books aren't marketed as young adult, but they do have a kind of coming of age theme, and - to this point at least - the subject matter would be perfectly acceptable for teens. The writing is sophisticated enough for adults, however.

u/lukethe · 2 pointsr/TheExpanse

Similarly, Jennifer Foehner Wells’ Fluency is about a massive object (a seemingly derelict alien craft) discovered parked in the asteroid belt being the priority secret ‘Target’ NASA has worked on getting to for decades. It’s a very good read! Such an awesome ongoing universe as well.

u/kschang · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Clears are not available in "retail" products except rather exclusive/boutique makers like Ducky, WASD, Max etc. And they have not adopted floating key design like the Chinese makers.

Browns are not too hard, but CHERRY Browns with floating may be a bit harder. Here's something to consider:

Cougar Attack X3 w/ Cherry Browns $80 on Amazon.

Another would be...

Nixeus Moda Pro w/ Kailh Browns $55 on Amazon.

There are quite a few "premium models" w/ floating design coming out of China with Cherry switches instead of Kailh or other switches, but they haven't been exported much. Royal Kludge S-108 is supposed to have a Cherry edition with Browns, and the "coming soon" MagicForce Crystal 108 should have Cherry as well, and thus, browns.

u/Northern_Chap · 2 pointsr/X4Foundations

If talking about the Bobiverse books - I loved that series!

If you are looking for something with a light hearted nature like that maybe try out: The Fallen Empire Series by Lindsey Buroker

edit: Book 1 at least seems to be free right now for me too

u/TerrorBite · 2 pointsr/dndmemes

It's a trilogy!

u/CWFP · 2 pointsr/Fantasy

Thanks for those, The Narrows looks really interesting. I actually have read Quest of the Five Clans before, I just forgot to add it. I had no idea what it was going into it so I was a little thrown by the style, but I thought it was still pretty good. I'm actually reading Klondaeg right now as well, and I've been meaning to read some of Hayes' books for a while. I've had Where Loyalties Lie on my TBR list forever and keep forgetting to read it. And I didn't list the second Bulletproof Witch since I was only putting the first book of series on the list.

u/i_am_cat · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Just off the top of my head these are three amazing YA books (all realistic fiction):

Looking for Alaska - John Green

Tales of the Madmen Underground - John Barnes

Revolution - Jennifer Donnelly

u/HellFire_Red · 1 pointr/WTF
u/Valreddit99 · 1 pointr/TheRedPill

"TL;DR - Fuck her well and good and she'll want you more than she even thought she could."

This is a good read.

u/WillyFistergasch · 1 pointr/TheRedPill

You can find pdfs with a quick Google search.

u/Rufio-Rufio-RUFIO · 1 pointr/sexpertslounge

the key things that seem to unavoidably fade in long term relationships are tension and variety. there's a school of thought that postulates that we evolved to lose sexual interest after prolonged monogamy...the body's way of encouraging genetic diversity.

but if you do want to keep at this and try to relight the fire, may I recommend:

sounds cheesy I know, but if you do look into it, I'd like to know what you think.


u/SexistFlyingPig · 1 pointr/askMRP

You are changing the course of your ship. So I'd say "Steady as she goes, Cap'n."

I have a 6 year old daughter. She and I differ on opinion on many things. She thinks that potato chips make a great healthy meal. I do not. We don't "fight" over this topic. I make dinner and we both eat it. She can voice her preferences for a bowl of sugar with a cherry on top, but we are having chicken with rice instead. My daughter respects me and accepts what I decide.

Fighting with my daughter, even if I win, hurts my position of respect. If a fight is inevitable and unavoidable, then I face it full on and I make damn sure I win, but I don't go seeking out the fight.

From your description it sounds like you are honestly on the path to a life of happiness. You're not there yet, since sex isn't plentiful yet, but you're moving in the right direction.

Recommended readings include:

u/OkDelay5 · 1 pointr/dontyouknowwhoiam

Surprised that people didn’t catch that, but I guess you have to be a person of culture to be familiar with the author of Helicopter Man Pounds Dinosaur Billionaire Ass

u/Alanna · 1 pointr/MensRights

>A lot of it is making sure that both you and everyone involved is fine with it.

The problem is that this is easier said than done. It's fine to say you're okay with this, you want to sound high-minded and enlightened to your partner who's suggesting it. You may even think you will be fine with it. But actually knowing your SO if off with someone else, being able to overhear your SO getting it on with someone else, and/or your SO increasingly preferring someone else's company to yours; these can be very different than the idealistic love-utopia you discussed at the beginning.

>I'm making my first forays into it with my current SO, and (while we've only talked about it, and haven't done much yet with others) she and I seem ok.

I wish you all the best of luck. As I said, it can work, but it takes a lot of self-awareness, communication, and trust. I do recommend "Polyamory: The New Love Without Limits" and "The Ethical Slut" for both you and your partner if you are serious about this.

u/ladyllana · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've already read it, but if you liked it I suggest Looking for Alaska, also by John Green. It's also one you shouldn't read on an airplane.

u/judogirl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here is a kindle book I would like to read that is less than ten dollars.

Thank you for the contest!

u/katzpe · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

yay for gifts

I would actually really like Looking for Alaska or this yoga DVD.

Edit: Thanks so much for the contest! :D

u/vrimj · 1 pointr/suggestmeabook

I have been loving Courtney Milan which is historical romance but with a bit of forget accuracy, it is fiction let me give you herionies modem women can root for. I suggest you start with the brother's sinister series. It starts with this novella which is free and concerns really disturbing things and class issues but still offers a real romance.

u/absolutelyspiffing · 1 pointr/booksuggestions

Wow, I just read "Entreat Me," as well. Since we seem to have similar tastes, have you tried any Laura Kinsale?

Also, as many people were recommending Courtey Milan, I tried out a free prequel of hers last night and loved it:

The Governess Affair

Took me about two hours to read, it's free, and now I'm looking forward to her novels :)

u/PaganPirate · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Her book if anyone is interested - it's gay werewolf erotica (let me throw that out first) - I bought it in January and was glad I did because it's very sweet and well written.

SO I'll promote for her!! Just in case anyone is interested. <3 <3

u/Dragonqueen4000 · 1 pointr/books

I think this might be weirder.

Hedgehog Romance Novel

We got a copy of this for a friend of mine for Christmas. It is hilarious!

u/HiuGregg · 1 pointr/Fantasy

Without Bloodshed by Matthew Graybosch (/u/asuraemulator)

>“All who threaten me die.”

>These words made Morgan Stormrider’s reputation as one of the Phoenix Society’s deadliest IRD officers. He served with distinction as the Society’s avenger, hunting down anybody who dared kill an Adversary in the line of duty. After a decade spent living by the sword, Morgan seeks to bid a farewell to arms and make a new life with his friends as a musician.

>Regardless of his faltering faith, the Phoenix Society has a final mission for Morgan Stormrider after a dictator’s accusations make him a liability to the organization. He must put everything aside, travel to Boston, and prove he is not the Society’s assassin. He must put down Alexander Liebenthal’s coup while taking him alive.

>Despite the gravity of his task, Morgan cannot put aside his ex-girlfriend’s murder, or efforts to frame him and his closest friends for the crime. He cannot ignore a request from a trusted friend to investigate the theft of designs for a weapon before which even gods stand defenseless. He cannot disregard the corruption implied in the Phoenix Society’s willingness to make him a scapegoat should he fail to resolve the crisis in Boston without bloodshed.

>The words with which Morgan Stormrider forged his reputation haunt him still.

u/akristacat · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfPolish

Books! I feel like this is my element! Can I suggest multiple books or does that not count?

You can never go wrong with A Song of Ice and Fire (which starts with the book, A Game of Thrones) if you haven't read it yet.

These next two I got for free from Amazon as part of the Kindle First program, and I really liked both of them! They're both the first books in their respective series, so I haven't got around to reading the rest of the books in each series but they have potential.

The Paper Magician is about a girl who has just graduated from Magician School, and has been sent off to do her apprenticeship with a paper magician, who only works magic through paper. The girl is a little miffed as she doesn't think paper magic has any worth.

The Line is about a girl who is the only non-magical member in her family of extremely powerful witches who live in Savannah, GA.

u/amazon-converter-bot · 1 pointr/FreeEBOOKS

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u/cwf82 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is the one. Some other good ones might be Ender's Game, A Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet, and Fluency. Really all depends on what types of book you like to read. I can recommend many!

u/jasonepowell · 1 pointr/Fantasy

I bought Fluency solely on the strength of it's cover.

u/mcgovernjg · 1 pointr/Cyberpunk

Oh, I see. Can you usually purchase self-published Kindle books in Singapore? Does this, book, for instance, also show as unavailable?

EDIT: Looking around this seems to be a common problem for Kindle books published in the UK. If it still doesn't work, PM me your email address and I'll send you a Kindle copy manually.

u/glynnstewart · 1 pointr/printSF

I think Lindsay's first SF novel is a freebie. *checks* yup.

And yes, Damien Montgomery is known to occupy my brain matter on occasion.

u/TheNonCompliant · 1 pointr/childfree

If Space Raptor Butt Invasion can get at least 40 readers to buy it, anything is possible.

Edit: oh my god, there’s a trilogy

Edit 2: ....apparently it’s actually pretty good? Disturbed and fascinated.

u/TooSexyForMyKayak · 1 pointr/pathofexile
u/mnemosyne-0002 · 1 pointr/KotakuInAction

Archives for the links in comments:

u/GutchSeeker · 0 pointsr/WildernessBackpacking

I never claimed to be offended. Not everyone is offended because you disagree.... but it's telling about your psychological makeup. You are the one that decided to claim that.

You don't have family? That's a personal problem. Thanks for confirming my assumption. The rest of your reply? I'm sorry.. you're a dreamer and reality just hit you on the internet.

You climb mountains because you don't know what else to do. I am sure.

I'm not disagreeing with you. You are lost and want to do this because 1) you think it's OK to do it unprepared and 2) you think it's important.

Good luck to you. Realize that the redditors you have been replying to tonight to are both the same person. You said thank you when I told you hat you wanted to hear.

Drop the attitude. You are not prepared. Study up and don't start this on a whim. You'll die.

Read Thought he "knew better" and would "learn as I go" and killed himself by being an uneducated dumbass. You are starting off on the same trail.

Enjoy your adventure. Leave your immediate family a power of attorney and a will. You are not ready for this.

u/Spiderveins · 0 pointsr/WTF

Yes. Mostly. The stereotype helps reinforce a worldview where certain behaviors are seen as gender signifiers. In identifying with the gender one can come to adopt the signifier. A depressing part of growing up is becoming what everyone else expected us to be. If you grow up wanting to be feminine, and you are told that a kind of 'cute' dumbness is desirable you may end up simply adopting it, your natural talent left to die on the vine.

Think of teen girls who think it's cute to end every bloody sentence with that interrogative upward inflection, as if they were unsure of what they were trying to say. Girls get like that because they notice when boys respond to it. It becomes a habit. Boys respond to it because it makes them feel more dominant, and this drives a cultural norm where weirdly submissive conversational posturing is somehow sexually desirable. See here for a more in-depth look at this.

There was a recent study on gender differences in spacial reasoning tasks where they found that the performance differences evaporated when women were given some manner of confidence boost.

tl,dr, yes. yes it does.

u/Squidward_On_Drugs · -1 pointsr/firstworldproblems

You should give him this.

u/Fucty_Artsy · -13 pointsr/sex

Niceguy2014, please don't do this. Give her a good pounding here and there, especially when she ovuluates. Many women won't admit it but they just need to be taken. Men going all caveman and having no reservations following their basic instinct are a huge turn on. If you don't provide it they'll probably going to get it from someone other. Read and . Also try being less of a nice guy and see how you're doing.