EASTER 2018 READING LIST
Here are six great books that I have read since Christmas. I think they are must reads. All challenged my mindset, yes, even the one about trees.
For you Missive newbies I like to do this every now and then, usually around the time the Easter bunny makes an appearance and when Santa come by. Sometimes I share some music or talking books too.
Some quick comments about the books:
- Silent Invasion is very well research, easy to digest but it is a very disturbing read. I have read it twice.
- The Great Degeneration is a couple of years old now, but it is a gem. It’s about the decline that is all around us – slowing growth, crushing debts, aging populations and anti-social behaviour.
- Utopia For Realists is about much more than just universal income. The information in this book is eye-opening. Get ready to mark up your kindle copy big-time or if you are more old school then you will need more than one highlighter.
- Wake up is by Brisbane local David Fagan. A fantastic laymen’s guide to social media and its impact. You might even know what your kids are talking about after you have read this book. Well maybe.
- Fifty Things isn’t as boring as it sounds, in fact it was a great read – well a great listen to be honest, as the boss and I listened to it in the car as we drove around NZ during Christmas.
- The Hidden Life of Trees satisfied on many levels – the content, yes, but also the witty conversational style. To quote the Weekend Oz review of the book “chattily engaging … its quips and contagious puns invite the reader into the minutiae of trees’ lives”.
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Until then have a safe Easter.
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