For me, it's a 5-star read, but it's not everybody's cup of tea.
Anyway, I'm currently feasting on...
... an amazing super-heroes + zombies combo which is probably ten times better than one would normally presume about such a wonky amalgam.
american sniper: autobiography chris kyle. best sniper in us history 160+ confirmed kills.
the interview is moron especially the last two questions and you get the impression she loathes the military and "simple, alpha males" like him, but he i am glad he wrote the book. he is absolutely right about the american public. which is why we should only go to war when we need to defend our country, so the only ROE is kill any threat.
But I thought Iraq was all about protecting your country from terrorists and WMDs? Oh wait... There was that oil thing wasn't there...
Mehhh, I study History and International Relations. I get off on stuff like that :D
Hey, we were just as guilty as you anyway! Who the hell am I to talk? #BlameHansBlix
Can't believe I forgot about this thread. I read One Second After based on the recommendation. Combined with WWZ, the Road and Walking Dead, I feel like I should be taking notes from Doomsday Preppers.
Anyway, a few thoughts:
Unbroken was referenced. Great book. Read it and I dare you to complain about anything in your life ever again.
In the Garden of Beasts: it's about the US ambassador to Germany during Hitler's rise. Crazy stuff
ESPN: Those Guys have all the Fun: it's a must for us sports fans
Moonwalking with Einstein: a guy trains for the US memory championship. could've been shorter but very interesting
New York by Edward Rutherford: crazy long but amazing progression of family history
I'm going to pick one of these as my next book. Thanks for the recommendations all.