I am presently reading Laurence Krauss' readable and short book "A Universe from Nothing". i like short books like this due to the fact that my reading list is incredibly long.  

I was reading a segment on antimatter and antiparticles, and I just loved this quote:

I like to say that while antimatter may seem strange, it is strange in the sense that Belgians are strange. They are not really strange; it is just that one rarely meets them.

Anywho, it seems a good book so far, some 50 odd pages in. I am interested to see whether he really does equivocate on nothing, and where the scientific conclusions take us.