Summer Reading 2019

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Realise I’m a little late with this list this year, but here’s what I’ve enjoyed most so far this year … you’ll see I’m showing my normal bias toward non-fiction, and in fact haven’t included any fiction in this list (although I have read some). Enjoy, and let me know what you think

If it was fiction you’d say it was too far-fetched, but this meticulously researched expose on a real life fraud is a riveting read from start to end, and even more unbelievable than you know. Thoroughly deserves the 5/5 review on Amazon
Setting the benchmark in the burgeoning field of Mental Models
Real life stakes-couldn’t-be-higher spy story that reads like a thriller from beginning to end
Each action you take, habit you fall into is a vote for the type of person you want to be. Deeply powerful thinking alongside practical insights on human behaviour. 
In real life, psycho-logic can be more powerful than logic, and motivations are not always what they seem at first sight. Rory Sutherland understands this intimately and the insights in this book fly off the page
The has topped the bestseller lists for most of the year, and rightly so. Funny, sad, poignant, inspiring, angering. It’s quite a story.
Remarkable memoir of a childhood in a remote community in extreme circumstances.
super insights on risk and uncertainty from poker champion turned business consultant Annie Duke, teaches you how to get comfortable with uncertainty and make better decisions as a result. 
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