Intellectual reading

I appreciate everything that y’all have said on the topic. I actually do like reading nonfiction, but I’d gotten out of the habit, so now here’s what I’ve requested from the library:

1968: the year that rocked the world by Mark Kurlansky
Blue highways: a journey into America by William Least Heat-Moon
Choice cuts by Mark Kurlansky
The fracture zone: a return to the Balkans by Simon Winchester
Genghis Khan and the making of the modern world by J. McIver Weatherford

There are also a bunch of things I requested through WorldCat, but I can’t find a list of them anywhere.

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2 responses to “Intellectual reading

  1. heathrow

    Those books do sound good. :)

  2. cbustapeck

    Blue Highways is quite good.

    I’ll be interested to hear what you think about The Fracture Zone.

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