or perhaps, if you are joining me in this reading frenzy i'll make a few suggestions...
"the wordy shipmates" by sarah vowell. witty, sarcastic, surprisingly feisty. a view of the puritan's journey to america. for those who love history and sarcasm.
"blink" by malcolm gladwell. although there are aspects with which i disagree upon w/gladwell, i admire his perspective and insight on the decision-making process. for those who love psychology.
"man's search for meaning" by viktor frankl. holocaust survivor recounting his life in a nazi death camp & its relation to his spiritual/mental endurance. a recommended read for everyone.
goodness, i could make a million suggestions but i'll stop there. and remember...in the words of dr. suess:
the more that you read
the more things you will know
the more that you learn
the more places you'll go