Q. What’s the most interesting book you’ve ever read?
A. Among the dozens (literally) tied for first place in the “most interesting” category, I would include Einstein’s Dreams, by Alan Lightman, AS Byatt’s short story collection Elementals: Stories of Fire and Ice in which the story Cold is probably my favourite short story ever, Isaac Asimov’s Robots series, Cardinal Newman’s The Idea of a University, The Patchwork Girl of Oz, The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar, and Rhetoric, by Sister Miriam Joseph, Phd, Old School by Tobias Wolff, Sacred Space, Chosen People (http://amzn.to/HXXoZR) by Dorian Llywelyn, SJ, PhD, The Summa Theologica, by Thomas Aquinas, A Matter of Wales, by Jan Morris, Frost in May by Antonia White...
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