Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
This was a very quick read, it is only 122 pages. It was nice to read a fiction, a story about someone struggle to awaken.
This was my most recent Alan Watts read. It was a good book. It was mostly a re-hashing of things that I have heard him say in other works. This is a good book if you are new to Alan, other wise I would not spend the time on it.
The Way of Zen by Alan W. Watts
I greatly enjoyed this book. In fact I re-read the last half of it like 5 times. It really helped me to become aware of and see nondual, as well as to cease much of my grasping.
The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan Watts
There are many wonderful perspectives that he presents in this book. It is a book that I plan to give to my son when he is in high school.
Spontaneous Awakening by Adyashanti
This was a very powerful listen. Adya is a wonderful speaker, he could be your next door neighbor. His insights are much the same as Alan Watts and conveyed in a less intellectual way. They, Alan and Adya, make for an effective environment to awaken.