|The End of Faith|
Bored - Mar 30th '10.
Owned and part read, but given up on (see below). Sam Harris' first book, criticising religion. A book I had heard a lot about with Harris being one of the infamous Four Horsemen and this being his signature book in that light. 228 pages long, I think.
First attempt (March 2010)Edit
Bought it for myself after becoming familiar with Harris in 2009 and started reading it in March 2010 after finishing a Feist book. I thought I'd get it read and complete the "set" (The God Delusion, Breaking the Spell, God is Not Great). I almost finished chapter 1 but I was bored and when he started blathering about spirituality and evidence for reincarnation I just couldn't take anymore and I've officially struck it off my to-read list. The guy really is a twit.
Previous book: Raymond E. Feist, Krondor: The Betrayal
Next book: Peter F. Hamilton, The Commonwealth Saga