What are the best ergodic books?

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    #1House of Leaves

    House of Leaves

    House of Leaves is a book by Mark Danielewski that tells the story of Johnny Truant. He is an assistant of a tattoo artist who found a notebook of a dead man. What it contains are recorded videotaped that contain interviews. 


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    Jesse Gilbert
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "I could not put this books down. It spoke to the "outcasts" like me who live on the fringe. Every story was interwoven and connected back in shocking and surprising ways. I think I finished it in one weekend. I had to see where it all connected. "
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    Meanwhile: Pick Any Path is a young adult science fiction children's graphic novel written by Jason Shiga. It is first published in 2010 by Harry N. Abrams. 


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    Wayne Davidson
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "I got this for my son and I didn't think he would like it but he really does! He's in love with these choose your own adventure stories now. "
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    Betrayals is a historical myteryfiction written by Charles Palliser. This 20th-century literature book is first published in 1994 by Ballantine Books. 

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    Terry Coleman
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "This is a mystery book that really has nothing to do with ergodic theory. It is mediocre and will only really appeal to die hard mystery fans. You will need to look elsewhere to find a book on ergodics."
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    #4The Quincunx

    The Quincunx
    Set in the early 19th century, this book manages to build a plot within a plot, where family secrets, bribes, illegal activities and mysterious clues cohabit in the protagonists' search of a document. 


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    Guadalupe Morales
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "I could not put this book down! It definitely keeps you glued to each page as you traverse London with the characters. It's like the best episode of Law and Order but in book form and set a century ago."
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    #5The Book of Disquiet

    The Book of Disquiet

    The Book of Disquiet is a classic Portuguese literature fiction written by Fernando Pessoa. This philosophy book is first published in 1982. 


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    Jessica Guerrero
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "This is a book that can be read over and over. The book has some dark subject matter but really gets the reader to think. You question a lot of things in life after reading it. "
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    #6Infinite Jest

    Infinite Jest

    Infinite Jest is a postmodern novel by David Foster Wallace. It is composed of four different narratives, all connected through a fictional film entitled Infinite Jest. The book is known for its unconventionality in style.


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    Amanda Mason
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Infinite Jest is a postmodern novel by David Foster Wallace. i liked it it is of a high quality and great importance"
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    Penpal is a horror mystery thriller fiction book written by Dathan Auerbach. This horror fiction novel is first published in 2012 by 1000Vultures. 

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    James Armstrong
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "This book is trying really hard to be a lot of things, and it's like the author forgot to make sure any one of them would work well. It's a straightforward mystery, but not a great one; things are kind of predictable and you can see them coming. No subtle aspects at all. Same with the thriller, it builds up to these "big events", but you've already known they were coming and how they'd play out for a while. Horror, well jump scares and gore doesn't make it creepy or tense. It's just amateur. All in all, not a great book unless you're really bored."
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    #8Night Film

    Night Film

    Night Film is a horror mystery thriller fiction book written by Marisha Pessl. This horror fiction novel is published in 2014 by Random House Trade Paperbacks.


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    Roger Johnston
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "If you are into horror, mystery, and thrillers than this is a solid story. It tells the tale of a journalists obsession and the lengths he will go to find the truth. "


Best What are the best ergodic books
1House of LeavesBooks 22 Paid
2MeanwhileBooks 18 Paid
3BetrayalsBooks 16 Paid
4The QuincunxBooks 14 Paid
5The Book of DisquietBooks 13 Paid
6Infinite JestBooks 10 Paid
7PenpalBooks 8 Paid
8Night FilmBooks 7 Paid

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