I've just finished Francis Spufford's "Unapologetic" , to which I was alerted by Eddie. The fact I have been reading it for the last four months is no criticism, or indeed commentary on my reading speed. I'm a busy Archdruid, and I actually read it in four chunks, which helped with keeping the arguments together.
This is a lovely book whose profundity of thinking is cunningly hidden by the way it skates along in simple language. It's great fun, and should appeal to anyone who's not a die-hard commentor on Comment is Free Belief, a gun-toting good ol' boy from the Bible Belt or someone who's more offended by the occasional swear word than the state of the world we live in.