Books reviewed (52) on a 5-star scale (5 being the best):
#31: Originals **
#32: Edinburgh Twilight **
#33: Bad Blood ****
#34: Open (Andre Agassi Autobiography) ****
#35: The Great Game of Business *****
#36: The One Thing ***
#37: The Goal ****
#38: The Coming Storm ****
#39: Principles ****
#40: Why We Sleep ****
#41: No Such Thing as a Bad Day ****
#42: Robert F. Kennedy: Ripples of Hope ****
#43: Doughnut Economics ***
#44: Fear *****
#45: The Fifth Risk ** boring and rambling, unfortunately
#46: President Carter: The White House Years ** I’m dying to learn more about President Carter’s life, but this book was just way too detailed about all the goings on that I lost interest pretty quickly.
#47: Elevation **** Another solid Stephen King book. And fairly short!
#49: The Gatekeepers ***** I really enjoyed this book. I’m definitely into a period of reading about presidents, so this might not be a five-star for everyone, but I couldn’t put it down. Read it in about five days.
#50: The World As It Is **** Excellent book, written by one of Obama’s key staff members. Takes you through the eight years of his presidency. Really good insight to a president that cared and did his best. Remember when they used to do that?
#51: Genius Foods **** Learned a LOT about what foods are healthy for the brain. Some would have given this book five stars, and those would be people who love detailed health and science facts. There was too much of that for me personally, but I am eating more healthy as a result of reading this book…just waiting to get smarter because of it ;)
#52: Good Authority **** Very solid book on how to become a better leader. There are lessons in here that every leader can learn from.