My target for this year is to get through 30 books (including Audible audio books) in 2019 at the rate of two or three per month.

The number of books I have on the go is multiplying, partly because several of them are chess study books and it takes me much longer to get through them…

Current Reading

  1. Maurizio Viroli, Machiavelli’s God
  2. Machiavelli, The Prince (in The Essential Writings of Machiavelli, ed. & trans. by Peter Constantine) (Kindle)
  3. Tylor S. Lovins, Why Tell The Truth: An Intro. To The Basic Ideas of Jordan B. Peterson. Tyler’s blog is here:
  4. Ryan Holiday & Stephen Hanselman, The Daily Stoic (Hardback. 3rd read through!)
  5. Mary Shelley, Frankenstein (Kindle)
  6. Irving Chernev, Logical Chess (Kindle)
  7. Erin Meyer, The Culture Map
  8. Mikhail Tal, (1997 edition, edited by John Nunn) The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal
  9. Lyudmil Tsvetkov, Neverending Tactics: 3003 Positions to Perfection (Kindle)
  10. Derek Rydall, Abundance (Kindle)
  11. Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities (Folio & Audible)
  12. John Watson, Play The French (Paperback & Kindle)
  13. Dante (translated by Clive James), The Divine Comedy (Paperback & Audible)
  14. John Watson, A Strategic Chess Opening Repertoire for White (Paperback & Kindle)

Books Completed in 2019

  1. Robert Greene, The Laws of Human Nature (Audible)
  2. Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Skin in the Game (Audible) My Review

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