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Originally Posted by biketourjapan View Post
Man's Search for Meaning
Viktor Frankel
Always a great read...
+1 on Frankel. Also, Hermann Hesse's "Siddhartha".

Other non-fiction fun reads, Toby Lester's "Fourth Part of the World: The Epic Story of History's Greatest Map", Simon Singh's "Fermat's Last Theorem", and John Gribbin's "The Scientists: A History of Science Told Through the Lives of Its Greatest Inventors"

For fiction, all of Jane Austen. Like Patrick O'Brian's novels, I appreciate Austen's novels more each time I read them.
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