… especially when you can do it outdoors!
I thought it would be nice to hear what people are reading this summer - and not necessarily wine related books. I have picked up at least three recommendations from a previous thread, so hoping for your inspiration!
I’m currently re-reading a fascinating (and at times a tad controversial) book called Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics:
The book suggests some thought-provoking connections between certain political decisions and geography of a given country. Well-worth a read (and re-read!).
On the wine-front, I’m thoroughly enjoying Neel Burton’s The Concise Guide to Wine and Blind Tasting:
Very well-written, and the section about blind tasting is really interesting.
The other half had just finished the 7th book in the Anthony Powell series Dance to the Music of time, and is currently splitting his time between giggling to Linguistic Categorization and sighing at David Nobbs’ The Complete Pratt. Or is it the other way round…?
What are you reading currently?