This book provides a succinct and clear overview of the criticisms associated with libertarian paternalism. Some parts are quite difficult but mostly this is an excellent alternative and non dogmatic view on the 'third way'
Predictably Irrational is pitched somewhere between an academic text and popular science and this falls somewhat between the two disciplines. If you are interested in behavioural economics and want a whistle stop tour of our bounded rationality then this is a good read.
Ferguson, currently under a cloud for derisive comments about Keynes sexuality, normally offers challenging ideas and insights even if you disagree with his conclusions. Unfortunately, this short pamphlet reads like the sort of leader worship piece that might have been found in a 1980 eastern Europe dictatorship.