While novels I can devour in one sitting of a few hours are a dime a dozen (or at least I wish they were), there are very few nonfiction titles of which I can say the same. While it has taken me a very long time to read some nonfiction books that I consider excellent, the number that so held my attention that I was able to polish them off in one basically uninterrupted session is quite small.
In fact, until today, there were four. Thanks to Hugh Hewitt’s Blog, the next time a nonfiction book so grabs me, I’ll have to count it on my right hand.
For the record, the other four were, in rough order of reading:
- Kingdoms in Conflict by Charles Colson
- The King James Only Controversy by James R. White
- Decision Making and the Will of God by Garry Friesen (one of my Top Three Must Read books which I recently learned has just been revised)
- Slander by Ann Coulter