Thursday, October 16

My quantum library

Mark posts about the concept of quantum libraries, the books you read over and over again and learn something new each time. He kindly tagged me so here's my take:
The Bible

Tolkien's entire Middle Earth corpus including The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion and The Children of Hurin.

All six of Frank Herbert's original Dune books.

Getting Things Done - This book really helped me to get a few things done, which consequently helped my self-concept and outlook a lot.

The complete work of Thomas P.M. Barnett - might seem a little cheesy, but after reading every word the man has written for more than 3 years I still find myself in almost complete agreement with his outlook on international relations.

The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis

The work of Tim Keller
If you'd like to read more lists, click through on Mark's post above. Friends tdaxp and Lexington Greene included theirs in Mark's comments. Friends Shane and Soob also contributed.
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