What about you?
  1. Between the World and Me - Ta-Nehisi Coates
    I buy into the dream because I can and I have work to do I order to be a better member of society. (This book could not more timely and important for white liberals. As a father it made me feel worried, lucky and hopeful.)
  2. Sous Chef: 24 Hours on the Line - Michael Gibney
    There is nothing glamorous about kitchen work.
  3. Natural Born Heroes - Christopher McDougall
    Chris is a fad journalist relying on pseudo-science and fringe historical data to prove a point while telling really wonderful stories.
  4. Grimus- Salman Rushdie
    immortality would take the joy out of life's greatest pleasures and always leave you wanting something greater. you would eventually react to a terrible situation with the same affect as a beautiful one. also Rushdie has an incredibly complex mind
    Suggested by @rebeccazemel