5 Books Recommended by Johnny Depp
“There is nothing I can really say here that hasn’t been said before, or even add to that hasn’t been added. Safe to say, these books (On the Road and Big Sur by Jack Kerouac) are as important to me as they have been to many. Two pivotal, historical works that will never rest happily at home upon a dusty shelf.” – Johnny Depp
“Two of my personal favorites (The Rum Diary and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson), both authored, of course, by a dear friend. The first, a deft, feral bastard of a novel. The second, simply epochal. Life-defining genius.” – Johnny Depp
“A shockingly good yarn, as only Tom Robbins can spin. Only a few writers have made me laugh out loud — Robbins does it with ease.” – Johnny Depp
“The adventures of one incorrigible Sebastian Dangerfield. Unruly, willful, and wholly devious. This lyrical, comic wonder was introduced to me by Hunter. Every man should read this, and spend at least one evening in his life impersonating this unapologetic horror of an individual!” – Johnny Depp
“A modern masterpiece. Utterly superior to almost everything published within the last 50 years. I won’t bother trying to describe it. Just go get it.” – Johnny Depp
Here’s a link to an article where Johnny Depp recommended these books.