Reading

2016:

2015:

  • Dec – Liar’s Poker, by Michael Lewis
  • Dec – None of Them Were Heros, by Chaim Rockman
  • Dec – From Beirut to Jerusalem, by Thomas Friedman
  • Nov – Darkly Dreaming Dexter, by Jeff Lindsay
  • Oct – The Cruise of the Snark, by Jack London
  • Oct – The Industrial Revolution, by Prof. Patrick Allitt
  • Sep – Sixkill, by Robert Parker
  • Aug – The Long Ships, by Frans Gunnar Bengtsson
  • Jun – Zorro, by Isabel Allende
  • May – Eyewitness Guide: Scotland, by Juliet Clough
  • May – Lonely Planet: Scotland, by Neil Wilson
  • May – The Royal Ranger, by John Flanagan
  • Apr – The Lost Stories, by John Flanagan
  • Apr – The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt
  • Mar – History of Ancient Egypt, by Prof. Bob Brier
  • Feb – From Jesus to Constantine, by Prof. Bart Ehrman
  • Feb – Fight Club, by Chuck Palahniuk
  • Feb – Flash Boys, by Michael Lewis
  • Jan – American Sniper, by Chris Kyle
  • Jan – Backpacking, One Step at a Time, by Harvey Manning

2014:

  • Nov – Hornblower During the Crisis, by C. S. Forester
  • Nov – The Big Short, by Michael Lewis
  • Nov – The Last Englishman: A 2,650 Mile Hiking Adventure on the Pacific Crest Trail, by Keith Foskett
  • Nov – Hiking the Wonderland Trail, by Tami Asars
  • Nov – Admiral Hornblower in the West Indies, by C. S. Forester
  • Nov – Lord Hornblower, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Commodore Hornblower, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Hornblower: Ship of the Line, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Hornblower: Flying Colors, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Hornblower and the Hotspur, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Hornblower and the Atropos, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Rise of Nations, by Prof. Andrew Fix
  • Oct – Hornblower: Beat to Quarters, by C. S. Forester
  • Oct – Wild, From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, by Cheryl Strayed
  • Sep – Lieutenant Hornblower, by C. S. Forester
  • Sep – Mr. Midshipman Hornblower, by C. S. Forester
  • Sep – The Age of Turbulence, by Alan Greenspan
  • Aug – The Rough Guide to Sri Lanka, by Gavin Thomas
  • Aug – Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramahansa Yogananda
  • Aug – His Excellency: George Washington, by Joseph Ellis
  • Jul – Thunder Below, by Admiral Eugene Fluckey
  • Jul – John Muir Trail: The Essential Guide by Elizabeth Wenk
  • Jun – Happier, by Tal Ben-Shahar
  • Jun – Mistborn-The Hero of Ages, by Brandon Sanderson
  • Jun – The Theory of Everything, by Stephen Hawking
  • Jun – A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy, by William Irvine
  • May – Banco – The Further Adventures of Papillon, by Henri Charriere
  • May – Before 1776 – Life in the American Colonies, by Prof. Robert Allison
  • Apr – The 4-Hour Week, by Timothy Ferriss
  • Apr – Daemon, by Daniel Suarez
  • Mar – Millionaire Teacher, by Andrew Hallam
  • Mar – History of England from the Tudors to the Stuarts, by Prof. Robert Bucholz
  • Feb – Mistborn: The Well of Ascension, by Brandon Sanderson
  • Jan – Mistborn: The Final Empire, by Brandon Sanderson
  • Jan – Understanding The Human Factor, by Prof. Gary Sojka
  • Jan – The Great Escape, by Paul Brickhill

2013:

  • Dec – Abundance, by Peter Diamandis
  • Dec – A History of the English Language, by Prof. Seth Lerer
  • Nov – Born To Run, by Christopher McDougall
  • Oct – The Age of Henry VIII, by Prof. Dale Hoak
  • Oct – France, Lonely Planet
  • Sep – A Handful of Dust, by Evelyn Waugh
  • Aug – The Heart of the Matter, by Graham Greene
  • Jul – The Good Soldier, by Ford Madox Ford
  • Jul –  Grand Canyon River Guide, by Bill Balknap
  • Jul – Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison
  • Jun – The US and the Middle East – 1914 to 9/11, by Prof. Salim Yaqub
  • May – A History of Western Civilization II, by Prof. Robert Bucholz
  • Apr – Brideshead Revisited, by Evelyn Waugh
  • Mar – The Sign of the Beaver, by Elizabeth George Speare
  • Feb – Great Battles of the Ancient World, by Prof. Garret Fagan
  • Feb – Seabiscuit, by Laura Hillenbrand
  • Feb – Money and Banking, by Prof. Michael Salemi
  • Jan – Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand

2012:

  • Dec – Practicing Mindfulness: An Introduction to Meditation by Prof. Mark Muesse
  • Dec – A Ride to India Across Persia and Baluchistan by Harry De Windt
  • Dec – The Hedge Knight, by George R.R. Martin
  • Nov – Why We Get Fat, by Gary Taubes
  • Oct – Moneyball, by Michael Lewis
  • Sep – A Dance with Dragons, by George R.R. Martin
  • Aug – A Feast for Crows, by George R.R. Martin
  • Aug – A Storm of Swords, by George R.R. Martin
  • Aug – A Clash of Kings, by George R.R. Martin
  • Jul – The Era of the Crusades, by Prof. Kenneth Harl
  • Jul – A Game of Thrones , by George R.R. Martin
  • Jun – Ranger’s Apprentice – The Emperor of Nihon-Ja, by John Flanagan
  • May – Ranger’s Apprentice – Halt’s Peril, by John Flanagan
  • May – The Long Walk, by Slavomir Rawicz
  • Apr – Ranger’s Apprentice – The Kings of Clonmel, by John Flanagan
  • Apr – The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas
  • Mar – History of Russia: From Peter the Great to Gorbachev

2011:

2010:

  • Dec – Polk, by Walter R. Borneman
  • Dec – Dracula, by Bram Stoker
  • Nov – The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini
  • Oct – 1812 – The War that Forged a Nation, by Walter R. Borneman
  • Oct – Boone, by Robert Morgan
  • Oct – Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins
  • Sep – Catching Fire, by Suzanne Collins
  • Sep – The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins
  • Aug – Minority Report – And Other Stories, by Philip Dick
  • Aug – The Early Middle Ages, by Prof. Philip Daileader
  • Aug – Peter Pan, J.M Barrie
  • Jul – Over the Edge of the World, by Laurence Bergreen
  • Jul – Arabian Sands, by Wifred Thesiger
  • Jul – The Long Walk, by Slavomir Rawicz
  • Jun – The Tapestry – The Hound of Rowan, by Henry Neff
  • Jun – The Vikings, by Prof. Kenneth Harl
  • Jun – Ranger’s Apprentice – Erak’s Ransom, by John Flanagan
  • Jun – The Last Apprentice – Revenge of the Witch, by Joseph Delaney
  • May – Great Stories by Chekhov, by Anton Chekhov
  • May – Basic Economics, by Thomas Sowell
  • May – Band of Brothers, by Stephen Ambrose
  • Apr – The Last Colony, by John Scalzi
  • Mar – Meet You In Hell, by Les Standiford
  • Mar – Islam, by Karen Armstrong
  • Feb – The Terrible Hours, by Peter Maas
  • Feb – Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen
  • Feb – The HP Way, by David Packard
  • Jan – Aristotle, by Paul Strathern
  • Jan – The Foundations of Western Civilization, by Prof. Thomas F.X. Noble

2009:

  • Nov – The Bounty, by Caroline Alexander
  • Nov – River of Doubt, by Candice Millard
  • Oct – The Hobbit, by JRR Tolkien
  • Sep – Ranger’s Apprentice: The Seige of Macindaw, by John Flanagan
  • Aug – The Raft, by Robert Trumbull
  • Aug – The High Middle Ages, by Prof. Philip Daileader
  • Jul – iCon: Steve Jobs, by Jeffrey S. Young & William L. Simon
  • Jul – Julie of the Wolves, by Jean Craighead George
  • Jul – If You Survive, by George Wilson
  • Jul – Master and Commander, by Patrick O’Brien
  • Jul – Grimpow, by Rafael Abalos
  • Jun – American Gods, by Neil Gaiman
  • Jun- Great Ancient Civilizations of Asia Minor, by Prof. Kenneth Harl
  • Jun – Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell
  • May – A River Runs Through It, by Norman MacLean
  • May – Tales Of The City, by Armistead Maupin
  • May – Predictably Irrational, by Dan Arielly
  • May – Vices Are Not Crimes, by Lysander Spooner
  • Apr – Hondo, by Louis L’Amour
  • Mar – Ranger’s Apprentice: The Sorcerer of the North, by John Flanagan
  • Mar – Ranger’s Apprentice: The Battle for Skandia, by John Flanagan
  • Mar – The History of Ancient Mesopotamia, by Prof. Alexis Castor
  • Mar – Ranger’s Apprentice: The Icebound Land, by John Flanagan
  • Feb – Ranger’s Apprentice: The Burning Bridge, by John Flanagan
  • Feb – Ranger’s Apprentice: The Ruins of Gorlan, by John Flanagan
  • Jan – Blue Ocean Strategy, by W. Chan Kim
  • Jan – Call Of The Wild, by Jack London
  • Jan – The Warren Buffett Way, by Robert Hagstrom
  • Jan – Brisingr, by Christopher Paolini
  • Jan – Einstein – His Life And Universe, by Walter Isaacson

2008:

  • Dec – Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Dec – Alexander The Great And The Helenistic Age,  by Prof. Jeremy McInerney
  • Nov – Confronting Reality, by Ram Charan and Larry Bossidy
  • Nov – 5000 Years of Chinese History,  by Prof. Kenneth Hammond
  • Oct – Captain Kidd and the War Against the Pirates, by Robert Richie
  • Sep – Raffles, by Maurice Collins
  • Sep – The Life of John Muir, by Linnie Marsh Wolfe
  • Sep – Emperors of Rome, by Prof. Garrett Fagan
  • Aug – Peoples and Empires, by Anthony Pagden
  • Aug – Our Right to Drugs, by Thomas Szasz
  • Jun – Charles Darwin: The Power of Place, by Janet Browne
  • Jun – The World of Byzantium, by Prof. Kenneth Harl
  • May – Augustus, by Anthony Everitt
  • May – Unleashing the Idea Virus, by Seth Godin
  • Apr – Famous Romans, by Prof. Rufus Fears
  • Apr – Magyk, by Angie Sage
  • Mar – Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World, by Jack Weatherford
  • Mar – Great World Religions – Islam, by Prof. John Esposito
  • Mar –  A Perfect Union, by Catherine Allgor
  • Feb – Emotional Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman
  • Feb – Band of Brothers, by Stephen Ambrose
  • Jan – Collapse, by Jared Diamond
  • Jan – Blue Blood, by Ed Conlon
  • Jan – Eldest, by Christopher Paolini

2007

  • Dec – Eragon, by Christopher Paolini
  • Nov – Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain
  • Nov – Caesar’s Legion, by Stephen Dando-Collins
  • Oct – Storm From The East, by Milton Viorst
  • Oct – Famous Greeks, by Prof. Rufus Fears
  • Sep – Who Moved My Cheese?, by Spencer Johnson
  • Sep – The Age of Pericles, by Prof. Jeremy McInerney
  • Aug – Skeletons on the Zahara, by Dean King
  • Aug – Blood and Thunder, by Hampton Sides
  • Aug – Charles Darwin: Voyaging, by Janet Browne
  • Jun –  The Odyssy, by Homer
  • Jun – Survival Is Not Enough, by Seth Godin
  • May – History of Ancient Rome, by Prof. Garrett Fagan

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