I recommend books based on the readers need, but lately it’s been The Dark Tower series by Stephen King simply because the movie is about to come out. I read the series in my 20s and it gave me a lot to think about outside of the story. The main character, Roland, is the last gunslinger and his drive to find the tower is unmeasurable. He has a way of letting things go and leaving things to “ka” that I constantly need to be reminded of. Sometimes things are put in our paths for a reason and it’s our job to figure out why they are there. This series helped me to understand that. Plus it’s just a kick ass story, and it’s nothing like any of Mr. Kings other works which is partly why I love it so much.
I love to read and even though I’ve taken a hiatus from it these past few years I have recently been inspired to pick it back up again. I’m currently re-reading "The Dark Tower" series, manically flipping through Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss, skimming through The Way of the Wizard by Deepak Chopra, and thoughtfully absorbing The Secret of Letting Go by Guy Finley. I also have started a list of further reading which is mostly being fed by the Tools of Titans book at the moment. What’s your most gifted or recommended book?