2020 Reading List

George Orwell – 1984

Andrew Chaiken – A Man On The Moon – The Voyages Of The Apollo Astronauts

Ant Middleton – The Fear Bubble

Douglas Murray – The Strange Death Of Europe

Douglas Murray – The Madness Of Crowds

Charles Bukowski – Ham On Rye

Charles Bukowski – Factotum

Charles Bukowski – Post Office

Charles Bukowski – Women

Viktor E. Frankl – Man’s Search For Meaning

Eckhart Tolle – A New Earth

Napoleon Hill – Think And Grow Rich

Richard Carlson – Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer – The Power Of Intention

Eckhart Tolle – The Power Of Now

Esther and Jerry Hicks – Ask And It Is Given

Arnold Schwarzenegger – Total Recall

Just finished this book…

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I really enjoyed it, especially the parts concerning his youth, background and his bodybuilding career.

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The political aspects weren’t as interesting to me. I’m not that much into politics, and certainly not American politics.

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His confession about his affair takes up a couple of pages, then he writes about his return to movie making.

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As we all knew “He’ll be back!”

All in all 7/10.

What to read next?

Been reading ‘Task Force Black’ for ages now – I usually enjoy military books and did enjoy ‘Big Boys Rules’ by Mark Urban a while ago, however, there is a lot of ‘politicking’ in this book over ‘action’…finished it now though…20111126-121938.jpg

So, what to read next?
‘A Sense Of An Ending’ by Julian Barnes…
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Or, ‘Mapping The Mind’ by Rita Carter…?
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I’m lucky to have such a wide choice in my ‘library’…

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Update : Sunday 27 November:

Have decided to start ‘The Sense Of An Ending’…