I’ve mentioned that The Boy has been upping his reading game in recent years. In 2012 he read 25 books, then 30 in 2013, and this year he’s hoping for 35.
Since he is a normal human and not a librarian or even a particularly book-ish person, he reads much differently than I do. Lots of audiobooks. Books about music. And unlike most of us heathens, he actually reads books that people purchase him for gifts! You know, all those books that just sit on your shelves and taunt you for years. Those books. He reads them! How adorable.
Anyway, much like I pester him into reading various books, I pestered him into telling me his top 5 reads in 2013.
I am pleased with the results because most of them came as direct recommendations from yours truly. If Reading The Books I Think You Will Love and then Loving Them is a love language, then it is definitely mine. Especially happy about #2.
So without further ado… The Boy’s Top 5 of 2013.
After which I promise to stop talking about 2013 and move on with my life.
5. Boxers & Saints by Gene Luen Yang
4. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
3. Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
2. Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank B Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey