My whole philosophical adventuren is a bit difficult because I'm interested in so many things, but never really seem to finish anything, and end up knowing something about everything, but nothing that i can really hold on too. Notice here that i like Nietzsche, but am looking for others (The Great Philosophers; essays about philosophers), as well to expand my knowledge (Cambridge Encyclopedia).
Next to that I'm obsessed with analyzing humanity (The Moral Animal) and the whole idea punishment (Discipline and Punish), but haven't delved much into it lately, but many observations are running wild and untamed in my head.
My collection of books from the last 2 years when i started reading again; haven't read all of them yet.
1/3th of Nietzsche's books (Zarathustra, Antichrist etc)Bertrand Russel: Bertrand Russel Why i am not a Christian
The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Mastering Philosophy (Nice book for the beginner by the way)
The Great Philosophers
Some research books
George Orwells Essay's (Not that he's a philosopher, but his essays can be quite powerful)
The Moral Animal (About human nature)
Discipline and Punish; the birth of prisonAmusing ourselves to death
Darwin's The Orgin of species
Also notice that i'm also expanding into Mathematics, Rasputin, Hitler (Left out all the books, for most are non-US editions) and science.
Mathematics The birth of numbers (1024 pages of mathematics!)
World Changing (Global warming, and earth itself)
Certificate no 000867// (About the nuclear devastation of Russia, Kazakhstan and others, photo/text book, story of the people. Very moving)
Bill Bryson: Shakespeare, Bill Bryson: The Short history of nearly everything
To Kill Rasputin: The life and death of Gregori Rasputin
The book of nothing (about numbers and zero, very interesting)
The Fiction department of my brain wants to read all the masterpieces and trilogies, which limits my time in philosophy. School books are left out.
The masterpieces (Das perfum, Slaughterhouse 5, Catcher in the Rye, To kill a mockingbird etc)
Lot's of Ryu Murikami books
Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy (all books)
Lord of the rings (fellowship, two towers, king)
His Dark Materials (The Golden Compass etc)
A Series of Unfortunate events, all 13 books + several other related books
Harry Potter 1 through 6 (I borrowed 7)
George Orwells books (1984, The Animal Farm, others will be bought when i'm done reading all the books i still have to read)
The Plot against America
And tens of others, when i'm 80 i'll propably have my own private library.
Dexter Trilogy (Books are really bad in comparison with the Showtime series)