This is a brief, but well-researched, hard-hitting look at some of the ideologies underpinning the increased divisiveness we have all felt in the United States over the last several years. Shapiro, in his usually “pull no punches” style, lays out what he sees as the Unionist and Disintegrationist visions of America.
I was searching for a non-fiction work on Genghis Khan as I’ve wanted to read one for some time. My local library app had this audiobook available, but after getting a few minutes in I realized this was historical fiction! No matter, it hooked me. Pretty fast-paced, enjoyable listen.
Goodreads says I’m 71% of the way through this classic. It’s an easy read; a couple of chapters per night is a good pace. Full of twists and turns.
I read the morning devotional from this classic each day. The section for the morning of July 4th really got me this week:
I first shared this one on May 28 and have been continuing through it with a senior leader at SonSet Solutions. I’ve enjoyed the time together more because of the honest, transparent back-and-forth with this guy than because of the book. But the book is solid.