Books

I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes

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My Rating of “I Am Pilgrim” by Terry Hayes: 10 / 10 This past twelve months has seen my intake of fiction rise dramatically. Of all the fiction I have read so far this...

Call Me Ted by Ted Turner

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My Rating of “Call Me Ted” by Ted Turner: 7 / 10 “Call Me Ted” was a random find on Audible.com. I knew of Ted Turner as the man who started the Turner...

AIQ by Nick Polson

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My Rating of “AIQ” by Nick Polson and James Scott: 8 / 10 Are you looking to learn the foundational aspects of artificial intelligence, what it really means to our...

The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown

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My Rating of “The Oxygen Advantage” by Patrick McKeown: 7 / 10 It was only a couple of weeks ago that I was given a recommendation to read this book. Normally a new...

My 31 Practices by Alan Williams & Steve Payne

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My Rating of “My 31 Practices” by Alan Williams and Steve Payne: 10 / 10 One of my greatest learnings was in aligning my values to my personal and work life. If there...

Palace of Treason by Jason Matthews

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My Rating of “Palace of Treason” by Jason Matthews: 10 / 10 Palace of Treason is the second book in the Red Sparrow series and with the same jam-packed drama, action...

Factfulness by Hans Rosling

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My Rating of “Factfulness” by Hans Rosling: 9 / 10 Factfulness comes highly recommended as a sound book to challenge status quo, squash limiting beliefs and to...

Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews

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My Rating of “Red Sparrow” by Jason Matthews: 9 / 10 I do not often review fiction books on my blog although having increased my fiction count over the past twelve...

Atomic Habits by James Clear

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My Rating of “Atomic Habits” by James Clear: 10 / 10 Over the past few years I have been an avid reader of James Clear’s posts and emails. His blogs and other...

Fear: Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward

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My Rating of “Fear: Trump in the White House” by Bob Woodward: 7 / 10 The past year has seen me read many political books, some focused on leaders in WWII and others...