This is the LOSTblog.com book of the month for the month of January!
I’ve already finished this once, and am going through it again. To be honest it’s not my favorite. I felt like I trudged through the first 3/4′s of the book just to get to the more interesting bit just before it ends. Despite this, I’m really looking forward to the podcast at the end of the month. The guy who is leading the book really enjoyed it, and has studied it for a while. There also may be a couple of extra people who drop in to talk as well. Seems like a lot of people really GOT this book, and I’m looking forward to getting schooled.