After that I listened to the abbridged audiobook for Atheist Universe. I doubt I'll be buying the rest of the book. Not because I disagreed with anything in particular, or didn't think it had it's value, it's just that, at this point in my life, I'm not really looking for Bible verses to quote back at believers. One of these days I'll finish reading the Bible myself.
Another one that went really quickly was Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam Harris. That was really enjoyable. If nothing else, it was an interesting exercise in how to argue one's case in a way that understand's one's audience. It reminds me of teaching math. I don't try to teach my students the way I would learn it best, but the way I hope they will understand it. However, asking a believer for consistency is usually asking a lot. But I'm looking forward to listening to The End of Faith.