Reading

My reading lists allow me to track the books I read. They also allow me to track the type of books I am reading. The books in each list are published alphabetically.

I have read 95 books since I started tracking my reading. I have selected 31 books to reread (marked with a star emoji). The average length of all the books I have read is 238 pages. The average publication year of them is 1933. The three authors I have read the most are George Orwell, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, and Bertrand Russell. I have mostly read non-fiction books and those of the philosophy type.

2022


I read 17 books in 2022. The average length of the books I read was 291 pages. The average publication year of them was 1875. The author I read the most was Nassim Nicholas Taleb. I read mostly non-fiction books and those of the philosophy type.


1. Benjamin Franklin (Walter Isaacson)

2. Bird By Bird (Anne Lamott)

3. Consider This (Chuck Palahniuk)

4. Fooled By Randomness (Nassim Nicholas Taleb) ⭐

5. In Praise Of Idleness (Bertrand Russell)

6. Leonardo Da Vinci (Walter Isaacson)

7. Meditations (Marcus Aurelius) ⭐

8. Notes From The Underground (Fyodor Dostoevsky) ⭐

9. Only Dull People Are Brilliant At Breakfast (Oscar Wilde) ⭐

10. Python Crash Course (Eric Matthes)

11. Skin In The Game (Nassim Nicholas Taleb) ⭐

12. The Bed Of Procrustes (Nassim Nicholas Taleb) ⭐

13. The Black Swan (Nassim Nicholas Taleb) ⭐

14. The Conquest Of Happiness (Bertrand Russell) ⭐

15. The Data Detective (Tim Harford)

16. The Picture Of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde) ⭐

17. The Quiet American (Graham Greene) ⭐

2021


I read 32 books in 2021. The average length of the books I read was 257 pages. The average publication year of them was 1990. The author I read the most was George Orwell. I read mostly non-fiction books and those of the psychology type.


1. A Moveable Feast (Ernest Hemingway)

2. A Nervous Breakdown (Anton Chekhov)

3. Antifragile (Nassim Nicholas Taleb) ⭐

4. Anything You Want (Derek Sivers) ⭐

5. Atomic Habits (James Clear)

6. Creativity (John Cleese)

7. Digital Minimalism (Cal Newport)

8. Do The Work (Steven Pressfield)

9. Down And Out In Paris And London (George Orwell) ⭐

10. England Your England (George Orwell)

11. Fascism And Democracy (George Orwell)

12. Finding George Orwell In Burma (Emma Larkin)

13. Fluent Forever (Gabriel Wyner)

14. Greenlights (Matthew McConaughey)

15. Intimations (Zadie Smith)

16. Keep The Aspidistra Flying (George Orwell)

17. Klara And The Sun (Kazuo Ishiguro)

18. Letters From A Self-Made Merchant To His Son (George Horace Lorimer)

19. Microeconomics (Avinash K. Dixit)

20. Moonwalking With Einstein (Joshua Foer)

21. Outliers (Malcolm Gladwell)

22. Persuasion (Jane Austen)

23. Survive Drive Win (Nick Fry)

24. The Boy With The Topknot (Sathnam Sanghera)

25. The Churchill Factor (Boris Johnson)

26. The Great Economists (Linda Yueh)

27. The Man Who Solved The Market (Gregory Zuckerman)

28. The Psychology Of Money (Morgan Housel) ⭐

29. The Scout Mindset (Julia Galef) ⭐

30. The Tipping Point (Malcolm Gladwell)

31. Wild Swans (Jung Chang)

32. Yes To Life (Viktor E. Frankl) ⭐

2020


I read 44 books in 2020. The average length of the books I read was 204 pages. The average publication year of them was 1912. The author I read the most was George Orwell. I read mostly non-fiction books and those of the writing type.


1. A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens) ⭐

2. A Mind For Numbers (Barbara Oakley)

3. A River In Darkness (Masaji Ishikawa)

4. Animal Farm (George Orwell)

5. Books V. Cigarettes (George Orwell)

6. Buddha In Blue Jeans (Tai Sheridan)

7. Burmese Days (George Orwell) ⭐

8. Crime And Punishment (Fyodor Dostoevsky) ⭐

9. Educated (Tara Westover)

10. How To Get Rich (Felix Dennis)

11. How To Win Friends And Influence People (Dale Carnegie)

12. Just My Type (Simon Garfield)

13. Letters From Father Christmas (J.R.R. Tolkien) ⭐

14. Man's Search For Meaning (Viktor E. Frankl) ⭐

15. Mindf*ck (Christopher Wylie)

16. Nineteen Eighty-Four (George Orwell) ⭐

17. Notes On Nationalism (George Orwell)

18. Ogilvy On Advertising (David Ogilvy)

19. On Liberty (John Stuart Mill) ⭐

20. On Writing (Stephen King)

21. Permanent Record (Edward Snowden)

22. Philosophy (Edward Craig)

23. Poor Richard's Almanack (Benjamin Franklin)

24. Red Notice (Bill Browder)

25. The Alchemist (Paulo Coelho)

26. The Almanack Of Naval Ravikant (Eric Jorgenson) ⭐

27. The Bhagavad Gita (Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyas) ⭐

28. The Book Of Five Rings (Miyamoto Musashi)

29. The Boron Letters (Gary Halbert) ⭐

30. The Elements Of Style (William Strunk Jr.)

31. The First 20 Hours (Josh Kaufman)

32. The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald) ⭐

33. The Hedgehog And The Fox (Isaiah Berlin)

34. The Little Prince (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry) ⭐

35. The Machine Stops (E.M. Forster)

36. The Meaning Of Human Existence (Edward O. Wilson)

37. The Outsider (Albert Camus) ⭐

38. The Remains Of The Day (Kazuo Ishiguro) ⭐

39. The Road To Wigan Pier (George Orwell)

40. The Way To Wealth (Benjamin Franklin)

41. Think And Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)

42. To Be Read At Dusk (Charles Dickens)

43. Why I Write (George Orwell)

44. Zen In The Art Of Writing (Ray Bradbury)