If you want to know something about Philosophy, you might want to read sophie's world by Jostein Gaarder. Although it is children's book, it gives a nice overlook over it.
So true! Haven't read much of it myself but I plan to buy myself a copy some day. I'm currently reading "Reading in Ancient Greek Philosophy, from Thales to Aristotle" for school, which is interesting enough. Philosopher's biographies usually work well for me as well. Gotta love a decent Nietzsche biography! Aaand his quote "Without music, life would be a mistake"
I borrow books from the library. And then I read different parts from each of them on different days. Right now I'm reading about japanese mythology, nostradamus the millenium edition, a facts book called "everything u know is wrong" ..oh and of course my favourite - the little miss books to round the whole collection out nicely . Never read nostradamus before bed. If anyone wears the clothing line "kappa" check out the japanese mythology. You'll laugh.
Got my books today ;D Just finished reading Vegan Freak - Being Vegan In A Non-Vegan World. The book was great, easy to read and very informative. Although I would have enjoyed it more if it was a bigger section on vegan nutrition instead of so much AR. Still a good introduction.