Re: What NON-FICTION book would you like to read and discuss next?
I saw the thread, but have no serious urge to jump in. That may change in about three weeks when my semester is over, we'll see.
Also, my wife hijacked my copy of "Caste" for a more intense look at it that she is joining, so that is kind of hanging over me as some non-fiction I would like to get into. I am not even managing to keep up with the Fiction, so there's that.
The suggestions I have seen so far strike me as pretty interesting. The one that probably would pull me in best is "Think Again" though the Dawkins book looks almost as intriguing. Anyway, I will lurk around and hope for something that catches my fancy.