I love reading both fiction and non-fiction books. Here I keep a short review for each book I finish. This section is mainly for my benefit, but write me a message if you’d like to talk about books.
Karel Čapek - R.U.R.
I’ve picked this book for two reasons. It’s my country’s classics and it’s super short. The 3 hours that it took to read R.U.R. was time well spent. If the book was any longer, …
Finished 20 January 2020
Randall Munroe - How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems
Is it a fiction, is it non-fiction? Who knows, who cares. This book looks long but thanks to the rich imagery I chewed through it in no time. The clarity of Munroe’s explanation makes me feel …
Finished 17 January 2020
Sue Burke - Semiosis
I’ve never read a sci-fi quite like this. Semiosis tells a story in a way that will give you both detail and large overview of the idea. Detail because the story is told by people (and plants) …
Finished 16 January 2020
Susan Basterfield, Anthony Cabraal - Better work together: How the power of community can transform your business
The book follows a story of an entity called Enspiral from New Zealand (if this sounds vague that’s because it is). After reading the book you find out that Enspiral started as a consulting …
Finished 5 January 2020
Scott Adams - How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life
This book is by far the best self-help book I’ve ever read. It is witty, funny and it touches on all aspects of living a good life. When the book was published, lot of the concepts were not well …
Finished 2 September 2016