The title of this post is actually a title of a book I forgot to mention under the heading at the top of this page On Reading.
This is a remarkable book I read years ago when only scary books would do. The Lost Choice by Andy Andrews is not scary, not funny either. The only reason I stumbled on it was I was at a book sale and saw a book with a pretty cover. I’ve read many a story simply by the physical attraction of the cover–yes, I’m that shallow. But it does spark the importance of a good cover–another blog, another day.
This book is so good, I love it so much that four years later it’s still with me, on my mind; no book has ever done that before. This book has everything. Personal Discovery is its subtitle. It’s about a series of events that change the world. History is wrapped into this fictional story. So good was the story, I never suspected it was educational until it was too late. If someone told me it was a history lesson I would have never opened the first page (I know, shallow again).
What I want to know is is there anyone out there that has read this book? And if so, what did you think of it? Or is there a book out there so good you would publicly rant about it like I have so humbly done? (Besides of course our own writing.):)