I am currently reading three. The first is 6th Target by James Patterson and I recommend any of his books. The second is Under and Alone by William Queen and I would recommend it if anyone has an interest in true crime type stuff. The third is for school and it is " A Dose of Sanity". While I don't like to be forced to read certain books, I would recommend this book if anyone has been diagnosed with something. It was a real eyeopener for me.
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non textbook~ Tornado in a junkyard- an attempt to validate ID/Creationism, interesting read if you want to try to understand their basis for argument, but lots of creative editing for it comments and quotes. With God on Our Side was a much better read, less biased presentation of the rise of the Religious Rights thinking.
Did just finish Almost Adam an archaeology fiction about living missing links, nice blend of fiction with actual fact.
Answer by emptynstr at 10:26 AM on Jul. 2, 2010