This is a group for those interested in reading non-fiction books. The group chooses books based on personal suggestions or desires of those attending the previously scheduled meeting and are open to any topic and subject area. We try to diversify the subject areas and topic area. We do our best to "round robin" suggestions of the frequent attendees so that everyone gets a chance to have a recommended book selected. There is no page limit; the longer books (450+ pages) may span two months to give people time to finish and we try out best to choose books that have an audio version.
Since we don't collect dues or ask for money, the group is capped to 50 people. We will (try) not to drop those who have attended or shown prior interest. Should you be forced out after nine consecutive months of showing no interest in attending, we're only making room for pending join requests; feel free to join again. If you want to help guide future book choices or suggest alternate times or locations feel free to attend one of the meetings, send a message, or post a comment.
(from amazon.com) Over the last two decades, the number of active civil wars around the world has almost doubled. Barbara F. Walter reveals the warning signs—where wars tend to start, who initiates them, what triggers them—and why some countries tip over into conflict while others remain stable.