Reading a book? Just finished one? Want to recommend something? Try here. This summer, I've read two books and I'm currently in the process of reading a third. Book One - Stupid White Men And Other Sorry Excuses For The State Of The Nation. (Michael Moore, 2002) I decided to buy this after seeing Fahrenheit 9/11. This book was very eye-opening. First Moore explains in high detail how Bush rigged the Florida vote which made him win the 2000 election. He later on branches off against democrats and republicans, and shows why Bush has been a terrible president. Such things include pulling out of the Kyoto Protocol to decrease greenhouse gases in our environments, and his administrations ties to corporate america, and giving tax cuts to the rich 1% of the US while middle and lower class citizens suffered. He shows how the US is run by big corporations, and how the Bush administration is corrupt. Book Two - Dude Where's My Country? (Michael Moore, 2003) I was so impressed with Michael Moore's witty style of writing, and his ballsy attitude that I bought his next book, "Dude, Where's My Country". This book causes many to question what really happened on September 11th, and calls out Bush on his invasion of Iraq. He also links Bush and his administration to oil companies and further exploits their quest for oil. Many say Moore is not a journalist, but he has pages upon pages of references in the back of his books. Book Three - The Bourne Identity (Robert Ludlum, 1984) I bought this book because of my love for both Bourne movies. I was surprised how mcuh the movie deviated away from the book, and quite frankly, I like the book more. There's many more interesting events and action sequences. Ludlum is a great writer, very descriptive. I'd give a 10/10 to all of these books and highly recommend them.