I really enjoy Bill Bryson so I picked his new one up.
It's hard to classify what At Home is about. It's subtitle is A Short History of Private Life, but it's more than that. It's more of a lot of interconnected trivia on all kinds of things.
Even though the topics seemed to jump around, it was still interesting. There was tons of social history I didn't know. This review isn't telling you much of anything. If you like history, trivia, or Bryson, you'll like this one.
As much as I enjoyed this, I'd love to see another travel book from Bryson.