Anyone read any interesting non-fiction they can recommend? :)

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@esureL Simon Singh - Geheime Botschaften. Die Kunst der Verschlüsselung bon der Antike bis in die Zeiten des Internet | Reto U. Schbeider - Das Buch der verrückten Experimente.

Last chance to see by Douglas Adams and Mark Cawardine.

@esureL Steven Fleming's Velotopia is high on my all-time list.

Ted Rau's & Jerry Koch-Gonzales' Many Voices One Song has made a permanent impact on my organizational thinking.

Thought-provoking book that sheds light on the emerging field of paleogenetics which is exposing the human past by trying to trace patterns of human/hominid migrations in deep history.

@esureL Depends what you're into?! Top 3 recent picks: The One Straw Revolution. The Mystery of the Aleph. The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (I read the young readers edition).

@esureL @scribe The Basque History of the Workd by Mark Kurlansky. Also Cod: The fish that changed the world by him too. And Longitude by Dava Sobel

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