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Jeevaa

aDDa Junior
Let's discuss here some of the greatest books u have red and suggest some of those here [emoji120][emoji847]

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Nandhan

aDDa Junior
Let's discuss here some of the greatest books u have red and suggest some of those here [emoji120][emoji847]

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Ravana: Roar of the Demon King - A Graphic Novel (Campfire Graphic Novels)🔥🔥
Karna: Victory in Death (Campfire Graphic Novels)👌
Draupadi: The Fire-Born Princess (Campfire Graphic Novels)✌

This are graphical novels i read.. and do suggest me some graphical novel books or any books with good story.. 🙂


 

Jeevaa

aDDa Junior
Highway Mafia (Top One)
The Big Magic (Inspiring One)
Something Like An Autobiography (Akira Kurosawa's Experience on Cinema)
1984
The Book Theif

Must read collections from myside [emoji120]

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Nandhan

aDDa Junior
Highway Mafia (Top One)
The Big Magic (Inspiring One)
Something Like An Autobiography (Akira Kurosawa's Experience on Cinema)
1984
The Book Theif

Must read collections from myside [emoji120]

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Must Read Books related to filmmaking or the movie lovers sld read.

* Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez
* On Directing Film by David Mamet
* In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch

Haven't read the following, but I hear this a lot when someone asks for a recommendations.

* Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need by Blake Snyder
* Notes on the Cinematographer by Robert Bresson
* Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind
* Your Movie Sucks by Roger Ebert
 

Nandhan

aDDa Junior
Must Read Books related to filmmaking or the movie lovers sld read.

* Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez
* On Directing Film by David Mamet
* In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch

Haven't read the following, but I hear this a lot when someone asks for a recommendations.

* Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need by Blake Snyder
* Notes on the Cinematographer by Robert Bresson
* Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind
* Your Movie Sucks by Roger Ebert
Naanu wodbeku "save the cat" 😅
 
Stephen King Books

1. The Shining
2. It
3. The Dark Tower Series
4. Pet Sematary
5. Carrie
6. Doctor Sleep (The Shining Sequel)

On writing is my Top Most fav, it's a memoir. Every book lover or an aspiring writers or film makers must read this book. His books aren't that easy to read at that beginning, but once you get used to it you wouldn't want the book to be finished soon. I took many days to finish "It" most of the time I re-read from the beginning. Doctor Sleep is the easiest to read in the above 6 books, but then you have to read the Shining or watch a movie to understand the basic structure of the story.
 
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Ayn Rand Books

Firction:
1. The Fountainhead
2. Atlas Shrugged
3. Anthem

Non-Fiction:
1.Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal
2. The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution
3. The Virtue of Selfishness

One sld start with The Fountainhead then with the Anthem and at last Atlas Shrugged. Anthem is shorter compared to the other two. So, it would act as breather. Atlas Shrugged is huge in terms of the pages and as well as the writing aspects.
 
Agatha christie Books

NOT IN ANY PARTICULAR ORDER
* Murder on the orient express
* Evil Under the Sun
* The Death on the Nile
* The ABC Murders
* Crooked House
* And Then There Were None
* The Mysterious Affair at Styles
* The Secret Adversary
* The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Most of the above mentioned books have been made as a film in Hollywood. The ABC Murders was recently made into a TV Mini-series by BBC. The Death in the Nile will be releasing this year, staring Kenneth Branagh, Gal Gadot and among others. Ali Fazal also has a small role in the film. The 1978 movie version was also good.
 

Jeevaa

aDDa Junior
Must Read Books related to filmmaking or the movie lovers sld read.

* Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez
* On Directing Film by David Mamet
* In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch

Haven't read the following, but I hear this a lot when someone asks for a recommendations.

* Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need by Blake Snyder
* Notes on the Cinematographer by Robert Bresson
* Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind
* Your Movie Sucks by Roger Ebert
&
* Making Movies - Sidney Lumet
* My Story Can Beat Your Story - Jeffery Alan Schechter
* Something Like An Autobiography - Akira Kurosawa

This book can change your perspective towards and must read for those who are aiming towards filmmaking



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Ruskin Bond Books

Reading his books will make you fall in love with nature, and perhaps take you on a ride to the days of childhood when things used to be not in shades of grey, but in black and white. I would totally recommend his book for the beginners and also for an avid reader.

* The Room on the Roof
* The Blue Umbrella
* Our Trees Still Grow In Dehra
* Roads To Mussoorie
* The Night Train at Deoli and Other Stories
* Children's Omnibus
* A Book of Simple Living
* Susanna's Seven Husbands (Saath Khoon Maaf)
* Season of Ghosts, Ghosts stories by Raj (Zee5 Parchhayee: Ghosts Stories by Ruskin Bond)
 
Highway Mafia (Top One)
The Big Magic (Inspiring One)
Something Like An Autobiography (Akira Kurosawa's Experience on Cinema)
1984
The Book Theif

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Since you mentioned 1984, Animal Farm by George Orwell is also good. Book Thief is also awesome, that's a must read for every book lover.
 
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