I've read a few of his books in my college days, enjoyed them fairly well and then moved on. Now. I'm curious to re-visit this writer (intelligent humour is so intriguing) but the problem is, he has such a dauntingly large bibliography (nearly all of which is easily accesible as well) that I don't know where to start. I'm informed that there's nary a clunker in the lot, but that still doesn't help much. What I'd like, if possible, is a list of essentials to begin with. Anyone? And thanks in advance!