Chabon is great. I really like his nonfiction stuff too, like Maps and LegendsJust finished 'Wonder Boys' by Michael Chabon, and before that his best-seller 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay'. What an amazing writer - great stories with a raw sense of humor. I've also been thumbing through 'For the Love of Hops' and just started 'True North' by Jim Harrison. Good stuff.
Cool thread - props to the OP.
I just finished the sixth book in the Iron Druid series. It's great. I love Oberon the talking dog.On a lighter note though I recently read My Life as A White Trash Zombie which was a fun read if you like the whole zombie genre. Hounded: The Iron Druid Chronicles, Book One is probably 30% done on the Kindle right now and though it took a little getting used to I am enjoying it too. If you are a fan of urban fantasy (Dresden Files for example) it's worth checking out.
Ha, me too. Reading while I wait for Beer Companion and New World Guide to Beer in the mail.Half way through Stephen Hawking's A Briefer History of Time.
Yeast is great. I was expecting to like Designing Great Beers more than I did.Yeast and Designing Great Beers. Last week I ordered For the Love of Hops and Beer School: Bottling Success at the Brooklyn Brewery