I'm a big fan of philosophy, and accordingly I'm reading Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion by David Hume
. It's a short book about theism and religion, but it'd probably bore anyone who doesn't like philosophy. I just bought the book earlier this week, but it was probably a bad decision to buy Hume, because his philosophy most resembles mine. I 'd be better off reading someone with whom I will have more disagreements to make me think, rather than read more Hume who will just restate mostly what I already think.
Next, I'm reading A Clockwork Orange, because it's the book of the month.
I haven't read Slaughterhouse-five. Once you're finished, remember to tell us what you thought of it.
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