At the moment I'm reading through Nassim Taleb's "Fooled by Randomness," and it occured to me that we seldom talk about books beyond platitudes and abrupt opinions (good, bad, indifferent). I'm wondering if people would be interested in dicussing in more depth the books that we buy. The reality is, there is a LOT of overlap in our reading selections. This could benefit people who haven't gotten the book yet by knowing what to buy, and hopefully helping those who have read it better appreciate the pro's and con's of the book in question. Taleb's book might not be the best place to start, but I'm wondering if people would be interested?