Originally posted by Brickhouse
I second the Alchemist - and if you can tolerate books with a slightly religious slant, I recommend "Conversations with God" Honestly, that book really pushed me to reach for my goals.
Originally posted by prophecy2
I second you on the Conversation with God series.
Brickhouse, are you a big fan of Walsh's work?
dizzle said:'complications' by atul gawande. he's a surgeon. incredible book. if you haven't read it you should. the whole book is amazing, but the last chapter will blow your mind.
rpost3 said:It's about a shipwrecked boy who's trying to survive on a lifeboat with a live bengal tiger. It's fantastic. Won the British equivilent of the Pulitzer Prize 2 years ago I believe. Also, Bill Bryson's A Walk in the Woods has me busting out laughing every 5 seconds in public when I read it. Embarassing? Yes. Funny? Definitely.
Azjoe said:I am feeling really down about this long process. I need to read something to keep me going. Anyone have any suggestions?
Mossjoh said:I second "The Five People You Meet in Heaven"
"Kill as Few Patients as Possible"