Would you believe I've never read any of Christopher Hitchens's books? Nor have I read any Michael Shermer. Or Richard Dawking.
I really just don't have to.
I'm already out of the mind trap of religion.
But the other day a friend mentioned Hitchens's book Letters to a Young Contrarian and I thought it sounded good, so I got it onto my ereader that very night. And I was right, it was good! In fact, it was excellent. I had no idea what an intellect Hitchens was.
Up until this week my only exposure to Christopher Hitchens was an interview or two that I listened to any small part of, interviews where I found his personality quite a turn off on the interviews and I simply didn't have any interest in listening to him talk.
Until this week.
I now plan on reading more. He is so intelligent, cogent, and clear.
Which of his books do you recommend and why?
Addendum, Aug 27, 2017: God is Not Good it is!