God's Holy Word excluded, What's the best book you've ever read? Part three
Picking the best book is impossible. Picking a memorable book that impacted my thought process is more manageable.
Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer was a riveting read. A brother of the blogging and cycling domain, Finkelstein, recommended it. Next to Seabiscuit, this was one of the best chunks of non-fiction I've ever read. Stroll through the doggy mall that is Partridge Creek , read this book and then stroll back through mall of gluttony, excess and selfish consumerism. (Yes, I recognize the redundancy of that last phrase.) Your view of The Gap, Baby Gap, Adolescent Gap, Senior Gap, Doggie Gap and Dude, I'm To Cool For The Gap - Gap, won't be the same.