9 books on the list
Latest Recommendations First
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian: a searing study of the British Empire that interrogates the country's pervasive use of violence throughout the twentieth century and traces how these practices were exported, modified, and institutionalized in colonies around the globe.Sprawling across a quarter of the world's land mass and claiming nearly...
i can't recommend this book enough. warning - you blood will slowly boil. – source
@NakulShenoy loved that book. it hasn't aged. i read it a few years ago. finished it one sitting. – source
Our ability to pay attention is collapsing. From the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Scream and Lost Connections comes a groundbreaking examination of why this is happening--and how to get our attention back. In the United States, teenagers can focus on one task for only sixty-five seconds at a time, and office workers average only...
i cannot recommend this book enough ... must read. a lot of things we suspected is true .... @johannhari101 #attentiondeficit. #informationoverload . – source
The #1 New York Times bestseller that has all America talking: as seen/heard on CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS, Morning Joe, CBS This Morning, The Bill Simmons Podcast, Rich Roll, and more."The most important business--and parenting--book of the year." --Forbes"Urgent and important. . . an essential read for bosses, parents, coaches, and anyone who cares...
@kushal_mehra kaun khel raha hai. btw great book if you havent read/heard it already Range – source
Also recommended byBill GatesVinod KhoslaKunal ShahRyan HolidayAnkur WarikooPatrick Bet-DavidQuinn CummingsKelly VaughnTren Griffin8 others
#Books2021 - the Age of Surveillance Capitalism is a gripping read. i am both reading, and listening to the audible version. much recommended – source
@raghav4india there is this fab book by David Pilling called the Growth Delusion - on how the measure of GDP is flawed. very readable. very insightful. – source
@ArunKrishnan_ i loved the MacLean books. i still haven't outgrown them. re-read satan bug a few weeks ago. that man knew how to plot, and how to pace the story. – source
In this remarkable study, well-known biographer Rajmohan Gandhi, underscoring the prominence in the Mahabharata of the revenge impulse, follows its trajectory in South Asian history. Side by side, he traces the role played by reconcilers up to present times, beginning with the Buddha, Mahavira and Asoka....
@Ankur_tiwari2 @farzana_versey and vice versa. one great book to read is Rajmohan Gandhi's revenge and reconciliation about how the people of this land have traditionally butchered each other, and then gotten back together. it is part of the contradiction that defines us. – source
@ask0704 Read his book. I don't agree with some of the things he says. But, it is a great read on understanding poverty – source
Also recommended byBill Gates