Since law school has started, I am pretty much stuck reading textbooks.
However, the last few novels that I remember reading were;
1. Fight Club, which I avoided because I saw the movie, but ran out of Palanhniuck books to read, so went for it.
2. Atlas Shrug, which I've been reading on and off for years Ha.
3. Wait, a book that is Malcolm Gladwell-ish, but looks how we should make decisions and when is the ideal moment to make decisions.
4. Outliers, which is Malcolm Gladwell; and on a side note, has an interesting hockey blurb, about how a lot of professionals are born in January-March because older players are usually bigger and get picked up by better teams, and play better hockey. And that sort of gives them a step on everybody else in their age group. Was something I never thought about before but makes sense.
That's all I can remember from this summer, and I was big into the Wheel of Time, but eventually stopped and stuck in this spot where I'm like 7 books in but don't remember enough to get back into them. I really enjoyed them.