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Atheism books (beyond Hitchens, Dawkins, & Harris)

Right now, I'm reading "Doubt, a history" by Jennifer Hecht and am finding it to be one of the best books on skeptical and atheist thought…

Started by Dr. Thoss

54 Jan 14
Reply by Kelly

The Last Blade of Grass

If you are into Post Apocalyptic morality tales with zombies, Severed Press recently published my book, The Last Blade of Grass. The main c…

Started by Robert Brown

0 May 7, 2015

Top 5 Books on Atheism

Published on Sep 2, 2013 Top 5 Books on Atheism. Hemant Mehta (

Started by Steph S.

5 Apr 30, 2015
Reply by Gerald Payne

Neuroscience Books Could Be Of Interest To Non-Theists, For Obvious Reasons

I've been deeply into reading books on neuroscience from such authors as Oliver Sacks "Hallucinations", V.S. Ramachandran "The Tell-Tale-Br…

Started by Dyslexic's DOG

0 Feb 28, 2015

Philosophy Without God for Young People--New Book

What to Think About:  Philosophy for a Thoughtful Younger Generation, by Chris Brockman is up on Amazon. Brockman uses his own defi…

Started by Chris Brockman

0 Feb 22, 2015

Why do they all have "happy endings"

Through the years I have read hundreds of books, and i have noticed that I see less and less stories that end without a happy resolution. i…

Started by Cory D Wells

5 Jan 22, 2015
Reply by sk8eycat

New books on the secular life

I came across this article in Publisher's Weekly online.  Living Secular A lot of the books out there that deal with the subject of athei…

Started by Nick Bottom

1 Oct 23, 2014
Reply by Randall Smith


For some time I was an active member here at A|N--a regular contributor to several groups--until, at a certain point (in May 2010, in fact)…

Started by Don

1 Sep 13, 2014
Reply by Don

Haruki Murakami

Are any of you fans of the Japanese writer Haruki Murakami? I have read all his books except the first two, which are not yet widely availa…

Started by Nick Bottom

1 Sep 7, 2014
Reply by Michael Mann


Are members here aware of the recent advent of "cli-fi" novels and films? In a sense, they're the flip side of fundamentalist "left behind"…

Started by Don

4 Aug 31, 2014
Reply by Don


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