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
Just finished this book…
I really enjoyed it, especially the parts concerning his youth, background and his bodybuilding career.
The political aspects weren’t as interesting to me. I’m not that much into politics, and certainly not American politics.
His confession about his affair takes up a couple of pages, then he writes about his return to movie making.
As we all knew “He’ll be back!”
All in all 7/10.
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…
So, what to read next?
‘A Sense Of An Ending’ by Julian Barnes…
Or, ‘Mapping The Mind’ by Rita Carter…?
I’m lucky to have such a wide choice in my ‘library’…
Update : Sunday 27 November:
Have decided to start ‘The Sense Of An Ending’…