Book preference: #second-hand #non-fiction #hardbacks
always usually have a book (or two… or three) on the go (okay, I try to limit myself to one at a time unless they are considerably different). The challenge for me is to find the time (and sometimes motivation) to write about what intrigues me whilst reading them.
The Children’s Encyclopedia by Arthur Mee
Since I’ve owned a 10 volume set of these old encyclopdias since my childhood, but never read them, I thought I would read one volume a year. For 2019 I have the target of working my way through Volume 7, reading 1/12th of the volume each month.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Since the damage to the cathedral in Paris [link to relevant post].
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) by Dr Harry Alder [link to post]
Strange things happen when someone dies by Alec Laidler [link to post]
The Fate of the Earth by Jonathan Schell [link to relevant post]
The Physics of Immortality by Frank J. Tipler
The Atlantis of the North by Jurgen Spanuth [link]