Probably Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell is one I could return to time and again. Sadly, it's more relevant than ever.
I love Vurt by Jeff Noon, too -- very trippy sci-fi. Give it a try if you're into that sort of thing!
It’s the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and one of the best books that describes the voyage of Apollo-8 — the mission that paved the way for the landing of Apollo-11. It was the first manned flight to leave the orbit of the earth that went 240,000 away to the moon.
The book where the answer is 42
Yes, whimsical classic! (in all it's forms, book, audio series, movie).
Be Our Guest: Perfecting the Art of Customer Service
This book gives insight into how the Walt Disney Company is run and has given me a lot of tips on how to better server clients.
ISBN - 10:1423145844
ISBN - 13:9781423145844
I used to work for the Mouse™ (lol), WDC is seriously one of the coolest places to work and what a fascinating management philosophy! Let me know what you think after reading this
I'm not sure how often people read books these days, but I'll mention The Hunger Games, even though I've never read it, just for the sake of entering the contest.
Good luck to all entrants.
The best book of all time I have read is "A New Earth - Awakening your life's purpose" by Eckhart Tolle.
It was life changing book and a spiritual guide that transfoms lives. If anyone hasn't read it, I highly recommend it for your summer reading!
Here is a link to the book at chapters indigo