DOSTOEVSKY, KIERKEGAARD, NEITZSCHE AND KAFKA - William Hubben
THE WINTER'S TALE - Shakespeare
FIRESTARTER - Stephen King
MR. MERCEDES - Stephen King
READY PLAYER ONE - Ernest Cline
Mixed in a little contemporary fantasy this month, and it wan't really my taste. My favorite from this month is definitely Hubben's slim philosophy primer. Ready Player One was the most shameless Mary Sue I've read in a long time, and I read so much of it in one spiteful session in my car that I mostly associate the story with that one time my friends made me wait on them for a solid hour and a half.
Firestarter was definitely my favorite of the white male fantasy books, and it's definitely because the hero was the weakest.