Reflections on books I’ve read

In 2016, I set a goal of reading one (high quality, non-journalistic) non-fiction book per week, and distilling it into two actionable insights. Life can get in the way of that aim, but the arc of my intellectual universe bends towards reading.

Thinking, Fast and Slow

Author: Daniel Kahneman Published: 2010 (418 pages) Started reading: 15.January.2017 Finished reading: 12.April.2017 Brief description Thinking, Fast and Slow…

Animal Liberation

Author: Peter Singer Published: originally, 1975; updated edition, 2009 (248 pages) Started reading: 9.January.2017 Finished reading: 14.January.2017 Brief…

A Few Lessons For Investors And Managers From Warren E. Buffet

Author: Peter Bevelin Published: 2012 (81 pages) Started reading: 25.December.2016 Finished reading: 9.January.2017 Brief description A Few Lessons for…

Man’s Search For Meaning

Author: Viktor Frankl Published: original, 1946; this version, 2006 (165 pages) Started reading: 4.December.2016 Finished reading: 7.December.2016 Brief description One of…

The Hard Thing About Hard Things

Author: Ben Horowitz Published: 2014 (282 pages) Started reading: 30.November.2016 Finished reading: 4.December.2016 Brief description The Hard Thing…

Why I Write

Author: George Orwell Published: Penguin Books, 2005 (120 pages) Started reading: 27.November.2016 Finished reading: 30.November.2016 Brief description George…