May 3, 2012
Where to even begin? Ok, Douglas Adams 'The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy' (being probably the only Sci Fi I've ever read). Also a trilogy of novels by Richard North Patterson, the Kilcannon trilogy. As for non-fiction I've enjoyed Richard Dawkins 'The God delusion' and Alain de Botton's 'Status Anxiety' Apart from that there are numerous german books that I grew up with. Some which I read in my teenage years continue to reverberate in my memory today.
I've currently got Alain de Botton's 'Religion for Atheists' on my night stand, bought at the author's night and still awaiting to advance in the queue.
I've always been an enthusiastic reader and can get quite lost in it. But then it's also great to be able to share and compare with a friendly group. So that's why I'm here.