I am looking for nonfiction non-historical books that aren’t too dumbed-down/light (essentially, a book that needs careful reading, not something skimmable), but still readable on an e-reader such as Kindle (so equations should be very scarce, and the book should be available in a reflowable format such as EPUB).
- Darwin‘s Dangerous Idea (and other books by Dennett)
- Thinking, Fast and Slow
- Norton’s Introduction to Philosophy
- LW’s sequences and The Codex (generally, most equation-less LW posts fit the bill)
- Most Programming books (though I prefer a hands-on approach for learning these, which is not possible on an e-reader)