What We're Reading

On this page, you’ll find a list of fiction, non-fiction and journalistic works that have greatly influenced the members of Over To The Youth and aided their understanding of the world. We share them here so that others may also learn from the wisdom contained within these works. You can click on the Book or Link icon associated with each book to learn more about it.

Table of Contents


Lord of Light - by Roger Zelazny

"What happens when ordinary people become Gods? That's perhaps the best question to describe this book with. I was blown away at how Lord of Light takes the ideas of technocracy and social engineering seen in the likes of Brave New World and 1984, but instead walks the line between religious fantasy and intergalactic science-fiction. It got me thinking about the emotional and spiritual components in the current assault on liberty in a way I don't think other works of fiction have quite been able to do. I'm happy to call it one of my favourites."
Tom Shaw

Brave New World - by Aldous Huxley

Fahrenheit 451 - by Ray Bradbury

1984 - by George Orwell

Atlas Shrugged - by Ayn Rand

"Atlas Shrugged truly encapsulates the emotion of having the world on your shoulders, and the story is rich with adventure, suspense, romance, and deep philosophical exploration. It goes without question that Ayn Rand was one of the most significant authors and philosophers of her time, and this is a heavy read encapsulating her very finest ideas presented through thread of ever-elevating suspense and depth."
Rain Trozzi

The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy - by Douglas Adams

Lord of the Rings - by J.R.R. Tolkein


The Master and His Emissary - by Iain McGilchrist

The Invisible Rainbow - by Arthur Firstenberg

The Rockefeller File - by Gary Allen

Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea - by Barbara Demick

The Trap - by David Icke

Bechamp or Pasteur? - by Ethel D Hume

Occult Feminism: The Secret History of Women's Liberation - by Rachel Wilson

The Righteous Mind - by Jonathan Haidt

The Happiness Hypothesis - by Jonathan Haidt

Conspirators' Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 - by John Coleman

The Gulag Archipelago - by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

The Untold History of Canada - by Matthew Ehret

You Can Heal Your Life - by Louise Hay

"You Can Heal Your Life easily explains how effective and powerful our minds are regarding self talk and manifestations. Her belief is that we draw in what we put out there, and that its really important to become aware of everything you think as your brain actually works for you and isn't this uncontrollable thing that just sits inside your skull!"
Sophia Leitl

News and Articles

The Canadian Patriot

Natural News