Anything by Paulo Coelho would probably do it. Or the bible, as already mentioned.
Good choice. A pretty accurate indicator of low I.Q.
Another one in a similar vein: Eat Pray Love.
I actually read several of his books while I was at uni (I think my flatmate introduced me to The Alchemist). I couldn’t get over the cringiness/preachiness after the third or so though, and have never looked back.
Thank you for your service.
Me too. I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Which I regretted…
Jeffrey Archer, anything by.
I was trapped in an airport once…guy sold cartloads of the stuff, too.
Thanks for the heads-up. I’ve never read any Archer.
Ya, there is no deal, I know.
I’ve read it cover to cover. It’s still in my bookshelf.
I was a politics major. I didn’t just randomly pick it up and go: ‘Oh, that looks interesting…’
But presumably it’s not your favorite book, right? Right!?!?
Unless she responds to my query of “Why are you reading that?” with “Know thine enemy.”
What I like:
- Some of his ideas on physical education in the context of a broader national education system
- The discussion about age limits in terms of political participation
What I don’t like:
- Uh … the race thing … and the war thing … and a few other things …
Date slowly gets up and backs out of the room…
Esq.? He just needed some letters after his name?