Donald Trump Just Released The List Of Books He Read This Year

Lol, like he reads. Trump doesn’t subscribe to nudie magazines for the articles! Got ya!

Instead of taking any book recommendations from President Doofus, think about checking out books from this Halfway Post Reading List! Make your 2021 a little more literary!

The Halfway Post’s 2021 Reading List

The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas, the greatest revenge story ever told. Get the unabridged version, and enjoy all 1,400 pages!

The Stranger – Albert Camus, the absurdist classic by the most maverick existentialist writer!

The Trial – Franz Kafka, dryly hilarious, and an eerie prophesy of fascist ridiculousness!

This Side of Paradise – F. Scott Fitzgerald, everyone knows The Great Gatsby, but check out Fitzgerald’s debut novel full of collegiate whimsy!

A Moveable Feast – Ernest Hemingway, get to know the Parisian 1920’s expat community from Hemingway’s opinionated point of view!

On The Road: Original Scroll – Jack Kerouac, grab the unedited original, and bounce around inside opening to random pages and enjoying the rush of cross-country Beat travel and benzedrine!

Paris Spleen – Charles Baudelaire (Louise Varese translation), dark prose poems from the gutter on squalor and sensuality of life and art!

The Brothers Karamazov – Fyodor Dostoevsky, reading this is a life accomplishment in literature!

Benjamin Franklin: An American Life – Walter Isaacson, a great biography on America’s first international celebrity, and a man whose life and personality helped create American culture!

Into The Wild – Jon Krakauer, this book will stay in your head for at least a month, and maybe make you want to give away all your stuff and remove yourself from modern life!

Calvin & Hobbes: It’s A Magical World – Bill Watterson, Calvin & Hobbes is the pinnacle of cartooning!

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