I have never read any of the "new atheists" books. The only books related to religion I have read have been "primary texts" like the Poetic Edda, Homer's Odyssey & Iliad, and major parts of the Old Testament and parts of the New Testament. I've also read religion-related books like Nietzsche's Antichrist, LaVey's The Satanic Bible and Hume's Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding. However, I feel that I am left out concerning the discussion of the "new atheists" books, and as an ever more active member of the secular community, I feel like I should. I am not looking for books that explain the basics of atheism, or books that neutralize myths concerning atheism. I am well beyond Atheism, Humanism and Secularism 101. So which books would you recommend me?