I had the chance to peruse Mark Sisson's The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation last month. (It was one of those once in a blue moon trips to Barnes and Noble with the husband while on a weekend away.) I think it is a great book and would love to own it. Very well laid out with colorful pictures. A little lighter reading than some of the science-y books, but still very informative. I would at least like to borrow it from the library for the chance to read it cover to cover.
Too bad my library doesn't have it!
I requested it for library purchase last fall when it first came out. I even went to the extent of requesting an interlibrary loan. Months later, they still didn't have it and told me they couldn't find it anywhere to borrow!
Our library has every single other paleo/primal book I have been interested in. Every single other book I have ever wanted, for that matter. We have a great county library system. We live in one of the top 50 wealthiest counties in the country and have the taxes to prove it (that by no means means that I am wealthy, however, just fyi) and yet the library does not have and cannot get that particular book for me?
Baffling, I tell you.
Anyways, if you want to get it for yourself, I recommend it, based on my limited time skimming it.
And if you want to lend it to me when you are finished, I would enjoy that.