Part travel memoir, part whatisthemeaningoflife philosophy, I've read through this book twice in the past few years and thoroughly enjoyed it each time. Weiner's conversational and honest writing style make the book inviting and easy to fall in to. There are little facts about the various cultures Weiner learns about and the places he travels to sprinkled throughout the book, which make it a good read to squirrel away facts for your future Jeopardy appearance.
You may like to check this book out...
If you like reading non-fiction that reads like fiction.
If you are drawn to self-help books, but find them kind of mushy and unrealistic.
If you have travelled, will travel, or find travelling inspiring.