I tend to stick to non fiction when it comes to book. I really have no idea why. Perhaps I prefer a break from fiction since most tv/movies I watch are fictional. Here are the last three books I read.
Great book! I'm working on a business plan to open a brewery which is why I bought this one, but it turns out that it's an awesome book on it's own! A must read for any aspiring entrepreneur, or anyone with an interest in craft beer.
This is a very light and east to read book. George has a talent for speaking to you like you're actually hanging out with him at a bar. The book is basically a mix of short stories about his life and all sorts of interesting facts about beer. There are a lot of really funny and interesting stories about different celebrities in there as well. Super fun read!
I have never been affected by a book more than this one. Absolutely outstanding! It is a social science textbook. Sounds boring right? Hell no it isn't! Plous goes through the history of major social science experiments and shows you the frightening reality of human behavior and how easily affected by EVERYTHING it really is. Be warned...after reading these studies, you will have far less faith in just about every survey, statistic, poll, eyewitness account, personal description, and recalled memory that you or anyone else has (or will) ever done, said, or written. I know...sounds super conspiracy theory-ish. It really isn't. We are all just very biased and easily manipulated by the most subtle of things. The greatest part about the book is the questionnaire at the beginning. You answer a whole bunch of seemingly pointless questions on paper before reading, and throughout the book Plous has you reference your responses and you get to see how you do compared to the people in the actual experiments. You will fail a lot. Really cool.
Anyway, that last one is like $80 or something, unfortunately, but if you can manage to get your hands on it, I highly recommend it.