I'm about four chapters into The Geography of Bliss by Eric Weiner. Subtitled "One Grump's Search for the Happiest Places on Earth," this is Weiner's account of his journey throughout the world in search of the happiest countries.
So far I've traveled with Weiner to Holland, Switzerland, Bhutan, and Qatar, and I have to say that each one of these chapters has been fascinating, although at times a bit off topic. Weiner has a quirky sense of humor that I appreciate. I have skimmed sections to get to the meat of the story, but for the most part this is a great read so far.
Thus far I'm not about to move to any of these countries, but he sure does make Bhutan sound appealing. Switzerland, not so much. This is our book club's selection for the month, and I think we'll have some great discussion material at our next meeting.
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