The most frequent question I get once someone learns I read Walter Brueggemann is “Where should I start?” or “What should I read first?”
This is not an easy question, since Brueggemann writes varied kind of works and there are various kinds of readers who ask.
Here are a few places you can consider starting:
Walter Brueggemann has written commentaries on a variety of books: Genesis, I & II Samuel, I & II Kings, Jeremiah, etc. But my favorite is his two-volume commentary on the book of Isaiah. I never felt the sway of this prophet until I started referring to these volumes. So if you want to read a good commentary, or be properly introduced to Isaiah, I recommend Isaiah 1-39 and Isaiah 40-66.