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What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide&hellip by Joe Navarro
This was my first book about the topic of body language and I must say it was very interesting and clearly put into words. The text together with images to illustrate a meaning, I found the book a joy to read and a superb introduction to the topic.
As a follow-up, I'm now reading The Body Language Bible: The hidden meaning behind people's gestures and expressions. I'm almost half-way in reading this one and I'm glad to have read Mr. Navarro's book first.
Of Mice and Men (Penguin Classics) by John Steinbeck
4.0 out of 5 stars Very nice!, 1 July 2012
Since this book was on my list of classics, I ordered it (was curious too). The reviews I read concerning this book mention it's directness and compliment the author the simple writing style that takes you away from the first to the last page. Well...it's all true. I truly liked this book. Simply written but with so much meaning and depth. One of the books everyone should've read!
The Long Dark Tea Time of the Soul by Douglas Adams
4.0 out of 5 stars For the fans (pt. 2), 8 Dec 2011
In this book we follow Dirk Gently on another crazy adventure. This is the second book in the series, the first being Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. I'd recommend to read the books in the correct order (I think the character introduction of Dirk Gently is better in the first book). Also, the story here seems to me to be a bit more complex than the first one.

If it's your first book from this author, don't take this one. Then the Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy is the one you want (witch is also a series consisting of 5 books). If, after reading that, you've become a fan, then the Dirk Gently-series is… Read more