Atlas Shrugged

The masterpiece known as “Atlas Shrugged” by the American author and philosopher Ayn Rand explores the importance of the individual mind and the destructive nature of collectivism. First published in 1957, the novel was Rand’s final and largest novel,...

Erebos

Erebos is a game, and it has one goal, to kill. The book Erebos U. Poznanski is a thriller inspired by MMORPGs. The story focuses on the protagonist Nick and his experiences and difficulties when he finds out about a game...
To truly understand Israel's economic miracle these latest decades I strongly recommend "start-up nation" by Dan Senor and Saul Singer. The authors present the topic in a unique manner, through numerous interviews with high profiles of the Israeli political,...

Brain Power!

After reading the book "Hjärnstark" (which literally means 'brain strong'), if someone asked me why I bother going to the gym or running in the forest I would simply answer: "To exercise my brain of course!" The author Anders Hansen...
The book "Marching Powder" by Rusty Young is a bibliography of Thomas McFadden who got arrested in the 90s for trafficking drugs out of Columbia. The book follows Thomas' story as he is sent to the high-security prison in La Paz,...

Factfulness

The non-fiction novel "Factfulness" by the Swedish author Hans Rosling was a real eye-opener. The author suggests that the majority are wrong about the state of the world - peoples lives are better than what we previously assumed. He...

The Metamorphosis

I recently completed The Metamorphosis which is the best-known work by the author Franz Kafka. This short novella has been discussed a lot, and many readers have their own interpretations. The book was first published in 1915 and is set in the...
I have finished reading the investors’ bible, The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. The book puts heavy emphasis on value investing and describes how the reader should adopt a defensive investment style, to manage risk, and to avoid becoming...

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Robert T. Kiyosaki's book Rich Dad Poor Dad gives an interesting perspective on the importance of financial literacy. He gives advice and argues why building one's financial independence, building wealth through assets and real estate can make anyone rich. Kiyosaki...
The French author Jules Verne first published the book in 1873 and is known for his futuristic and science-fiction thinking. I thought the book was truly exciting, and Verne implements cliffhangers very will in his writing. The plot is fairly...