The Tipping Point – by Malcolm Gladwell. I’d heard a lot about this book and finally decided to check it out. Gladwell does a really good job of explaining complex human behaviors in a very intuitive fashion. About 3/4 of the way through.
Delaying the Real World – by Colleen Kinder. It’s impossible not to get excited while reading this. I’m going to use this thing religiously when I graduate. Anyone who’s freaking out about getting a job and would rather travel, get this book.
The 33 Strategies of War – by Robert Greene. I like Greene’s writing style a lot. His exhaustive research on a topic is incredible. All of his strategies are applicable to everyday decisions.
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls – Peter Biskind. I’m not too deep into this, but it’s definitely been entertaining to read about how much these actors trash on each other.
The Coen Brothers – by Ronald Bergan. The Coen brothers are the two best writers in Hollywood. The book about them, however, isn’t so great.