By Barack Obama (2020)
Pages: 701, Final-verdict: Great-read
How does it feel to be the President of the United States? In this first of two
volumes of his memoir, Barack Obama brings the reader a human view of the office
- the feelings, the responsibility, and the family challenges -...
By Irene Butter (2018)
Pages: 445, Final verdict: Must-read
Like so many Jewish families, the life of the Hasenbergs was shaken as the Nazis
rose to power in Germany. In Shores beyond Shores, Irene Butter walks us, in the
first person, through her family’s terrorizing experience during World War...
By Ray Dalio (2017)
Pages: 552, Final verdict: Great-read
What principles does one of the most successful investment managers of the last
40 years live by?
At some point in life people decide it is time to share their recipe for
success. For Ray Dalio, that time came at the...
By Bog Iger (2019)
Pages: 272, Final verdict: Great-read
Bob Iger had a remarkable run as the CEO of Disney. From 2005 to 2020 Disney
stock rose more than 400%, it released dozens of box-office hits, and he
transformed the media landscape with the acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel,
By M.K. Gandhi (1926)
Pages: 454, Final verdict: Great-read
"Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this walked the Earth in flesh and blood." (Albert Einstein about M.K. Gandhi)
An Autobiography: The Story Of My Experiments With Truth is the autobiographical work of Mohandas...