What book would you recommend to give to an adult man?
He likes something serious, psychological, philosophical, unromantic, without snot. So that I would like to reread again and again, not just once, so that the book would make us think, maybe even change something in our life. I want to make a nice gift to remember. Thank you in advance! Ochchchen need. Waiting for a lot of advice))
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Answered 29 December 2014 14:48
Umberto Eco "The Name of the Rose".
Answered on December 29, 2014 14:54
I would advise Emil Zola's Germinal, as well as the books of Dick Francis. Of course, they are not philosophical, but I think any adult man will like them.
And Dick Francis, which ones? After all, a lot of works. On my weekends, I myself was looking for all the books, there were many authors and works too.
Answered 29 December 2014 14:59, to Mr. Naglosti |
Marina, yes he has all the works of cool.
Answered on December 30, 2014 10:19, to Mr. Arrogance |
Answered 29 December 2014 15:36
And you know, I was recommended by the books by Ya. L. Vishnevsky, this is the same question, only plus from Vishnevsky, what would you advise? Just do not ignore me, pliz! Waiting for answers! Thank you all in advance!
I did not read Vishnevsky, but my mum likes it. she read too, liked it. I think this is more for women, although perhaps not.