Books Read > 2007
  1. The Varieties of Scientific Experience (Carl Sagan)
  2. Why the Christian Right Is Wrong (Robin Meyers)
  3. Last Rights (Stephen Kiernan)
  4. Tricks of the Mind (Derren Brown)
  5. A History of God (Karen Armstrong)
  6. Survival of the Sickest (Dr. Sharon Moalem)
  7. Darwin's Radio (Greg Bear)
  8. The God Part of the Brain (Matthew Alper)
  9. The Creation (E.O. Wilson)
  10. The End of Iraq (Peter Galbraith)
  11. Piety & Politics (Barry Lynn)
  12. The Case for a Creator (Lee Strobel)
  13. Edenborn (Nick Sagan)
  14. Everfree (Nick Sagan)
  15. Stumbling on Happiness (Daniel Gilbert)
  16. Kingdom Coming (Michelle Goldberg)
  17. The Assault on Reason (Al Gore)
  18. Freakonomics (Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner)
  19. A Tragic Legacy (Glenn Greenwald)
  20. Mainspring (Jay Lake) — The worldbuilding is rich with quirky brilliance, but the ending leaves numerous loose ends untied.
  21. The Book of Life (Stephen Jay Gould, ed.) — A gorgeously illustrated, information-dense account of the four-billion-year history of life's evolution on Earth.
  22. God Is Not Great (Christopher Hitchens) — As you might have expected, a brilliant, lacerating polemic about the harm done in religion's name, from a man who's seen much of it with his own eyes.
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