The books on this list will challenge you, educate you, and ask you to see the universe in different ways. But they’re anything but dry and academic. On the contrary, they’re lively and approachable, smart and entertaining. Gift them to everyone on your list, read them yourself, and prepare for fascinating discussions this holiday season.
In case you haven’t heard: the future is now, and Michio Kaku’s new book, The Future of the Mind, more or less proves it. If you’re familiar with Oliver Sacks’ work, this book is your next stop. While not nearly as literary as Sacks, Kaku discusses some lofty possibilities for the future, while remaining grounded in […]