Reading The Johnstown Flood, by David McCullough, one of his favorite history writers.

His favorite book of all time is Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo. He likes that it's about change, how someone can go from being bad to being good. The best scene--when the priest gives Jean Valjean the candlesticks to use for good.

Other books he's read recently are The Richest Man in Babylon, by George S. Clason and something by Steinbeck.

What has helped him succeed in life--the Bible, The Book of Mormon and, a book he also had in his bag, Jesus Christ, by James E. Talmage, which is a history of Christ's life.

1 Comment:

meagan said...

Great books!