It's fine if you just list the books you have just read / are reading now / that are next on your list to read, but if possible also give a brief explanation on why you have read / are reading / will be reading them.
I personally lately have been into (pseudo)philosophical books and history books related to science.
Although technically being a comic it gives a great insight into the world of logic and mathematics and the people traveling around in that world. It's not always 100% correct in the chronology but it's the perfect introduction into the subject of understanding the baseline of existence imo. If you want to go deeper as the surface this isn't the book for you but it helped me greatly with understanding the premises of the subject.
A great book about the history of mathematics in all it's facets. Even if you know absolutely nothing about mathematics (like me) you will still enjoy the path from the ancients to us. It's not written totally chronological but rather chronological per subject. This makes it especially easy to understand as in each chapter the writer explains the why and where (the how is in most cases not explained as it's not really necessary for the story) with a chronological order in each subject.
Will read next:
I don't really know what to expect from this book but I'm very curious to see how science performed by medieval monks has influenced the modern tabulations etc.
Perhaps somebody can point me towards some more books in this field? Any help is appreciated before picking up an SF / F book again.
So what are you reading on this beautiful day?