Jun 102013
 

summer-reads

Looking through Al Mohler’s recommendations of 10 books to read this summer, I would love to find time to read all 10 books but will be lucky if I am able to read one of them this summer.

Given an unfettered opportunity to read an “unassigned” book, I most often turn to history. What am I looking for? I look eagerly for books that make me rethink something I think I know, learn about something I do not know, or surprise me by revealing just how much there is yet to know about an era, an issue, an event — a happening.

Here are his 10. You can go to his post for descriptions and excerpts for each book:

Which one would you be the top of your list?


Source: Al Mohler’s 10 Book Recommendations for the Summer
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