David Brooks, Bobos in Paradise: As mentioned below, I'm really enjoying it. Yes, I know his examples sometimes don't hold water and his sociological brush is broad enough to use Australia as canvas, but it's still fun, he still has fascinating thougts and ideas, and he still brings a better, more incisive eye towards a certain subset of people than most anyone else writing about them. Other books of this sort suffer from an unrestrained contempt towards their subjects or a desire to lionize. Brooks, I think, likes living this life, but is nevertheless a bit ashamed at its inconsistencies and oddities, and the tone that that his conflicted indulgence results in is delightful. Since I'm a Bobo in good standing, I'm loving the book.