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Loved ReJesus by Alan Hirsch and Michael Frost.

EXILES: Living Missionally in a Post Christian Culture - again by Mike Frost is an excellent book I keep going back to, over and over.

In Defense of Food – by Michael Pollan

The Prodigal God. Tim Killer

Tribes is awesome. Downloaded the 99 cent version and just now listening to it.

Just picked up "The Monkey and the Fish" Looking forward to seeing Dave at Catalyst West Coast.

ben-the culture code is a fascinating book. in fact, it helps to set perspective and influence thinking. good read. it is a different read though.

Hrmm, well since you brought up the issue of cover design, I must say that I'm pumped to read "The Monkey and the Fish" but I absolutely despise the cover.

If they hadn't given us free copies of it at Leadership Networks's Innovation3 Gathering, I would have NEVER picked that book up just because I think the cover is so awful. Sorry, Dave! =)

But Flickering Pixels and The Divine Commodity? I have NO idea what those are about but just based on the pic you posted, I really want to read them now ...

... especially The Divine Commodity because it has my favorite colors in it.

The Element by Sir Ken Robinson

The Go-Giver by Bob Burg
Me, Myself & Bob by Phil Vischer (interesting story, but the last 5 chapters are especially amazing)

Culture Code is a fascinating book. Really helps understand different people and what makes them the way they are.

I'm currently reading Marty Neumeier's new "The Designful Company" - all about creating a culture of innovation. I'll let you know later how good it is, but I've heard great things and have loved everything Marty has written thus-far.

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