So the few posts in the "B got dumped" thread about books made me start this new one. Like is said over there, I just finished reading Donny Duetsch's book "Often Wrong, Never In Doubt". I got it for xmas from my mom, and wasn't sure about it at first. It was pretty good though, and wasn't boring at all. It's basically his take on business and good management/people skills. I also just got done reading two books by Noah Levine, "Dharma Punks" and "Against The Stream". He is a Buddhist teacher who came from a punk background, and somewhat of a rough lifestyle. the first book is his personal story, the second is a book about the core values of Buddhism, and the way of life. Both were really good books if you have any interest at all about eastern religions. So what books have you read that you think are must reads?