By Gregory Zuckerman (2019)
Pages: 357, Final verdict: Great-read
Jim Simmons is one of the most secretive and fascinating man in Wall Street. A
mathematician and former code breaker for the US government, he is the founder
of Renaissance Technologies, one of the world’s most lucrative hedge funds. In...
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...
By Ron Chernow (1998)
Pages: 679, Final verdict: Great-read
Hero or thief? What does it take to become the second world's richest
Titan is the biography of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., one the world's richest
figures, who made...
By Paul Kalanithi (2016)
Pages: 225, Final verdict: Great-read
What makes life worth living in the face of death? This is the question asked by
Paul Kalanithi, a neurosurgeon diagnosed with cancer at age 36. When Breath
Becomes Air is Kalanithi's powerful, unfinished memoir, written during the time
By Alexis Ohanian (2013)
Pages: 245, Final verdict: Don't-read
Without Their Permission is a memoir-meets-entrepreneurship-advice book written
by Alexis Ohanian at the age 30. From the founding of the social news webpage
Reddit [https://www.reddit.com/] to the political fight for a free internet,
Alexis recounts the many moments...