I just finished reading the second book I acquired by Peter Bevelin about Munger and Buffett: Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin to Munger. I really, really liked this one! It was like a compendium of all the major lessons from biology, psychology, math, and business along with applications to everyday life and investing.
I can tell that Peter is an avid reader, and I was impressed by the enormous number of references to both classical and modern texts of "wisdom." He's clearly also someone who likes to take notes on the biggest lessons he learns from his reading! It'd be awesome to meet him one day.
It was also fascinating to read what he learned firsthand from Munger and Buffett and through their prolific writing. After reading this book, I am now even more impressed by the simplicity and wisdom of Munger and Buffett, and I took a lot away from this book about how they view life and approach business.
A recurring theme in this book and others I've read this year (like What I Learned Losing A Million Dollars) is that studying and avoiding mistakes and acting rationally will get you pretty far in life; it's not about hitting it out of the park through unlikely genius or strokes of luck.