Some things I read that you might like to read.

Battle Royale, by Koushun Takami
What Squid Games and Hunger Games poorly imitated.

Batman New 52, by Scott Snyder, Vol 1-10
Like what you always hoped Batman would be.

Ubik,by Philp K. Dick
Philip K. Dick is a god amongst science fiction writers, and Ubik reminds you how much better these books can be.

Jurrasic Park, by Michael Crichton
The original story is a much more involved and scary tale of when we don’t stop to ask if we should, rather than we could.
Survivor, by Chuck Palahniuk
Yes, Fight Club and Choke are great, but Survivor is an adventure with an Amish recluse you never see coming.

Heat 2, By Michael Mann
The movie is flawless, and the sequel is a phenomenal follow-up that solves the loop of the movie or book being better. They’re both best. 

The Postmortal, by Drew Magary
We’ve cured aging! But after a few decades, we might regret ever doing it.

Old Man Logan, by Mark Millar
The movie Logan was a beautiful film, but the artwork in this comic makes you forget the film exists.

Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel
It feels like the eerily accurate endgame of 2020 if you were ever wondering what happens if we had to restart.

Basketball (And Other Things),by Shea Serrano
A book for the modern era, BOAT blends quick reading and beautiful illustrations to dissect and explore the fun side of basketball’s glorious history.

Before the Fall, by Noah Hawley
Noah found recent success writing reviving Fargo as a T.V. series. If you enjoy that (and you should watch it), you’ll get lost in this tale of a plane crash survivor in New York City.

Showtime, by Jeff Pearlman
A way too comprehensive set of stories detailing the rise of the Lakers in the 1980’s in excruciatingly great detail.