Finished reading: Collaborating with the Enemy by Adam Kahane ๐Ÿ“š 4/5

Finished reading: Red Notice by Bill Browder ๐Ÿ“šโ€” this book was recommended by a friend a few months ago as a fascinating read on Russia, and mentioned in a podcast as a book a good book to understand โ€˜the Russianโ€™. While thereโ€™s obviously no single way to understand a whole country, this book indeed โ€ฆ

Finished reading: American Gods by Neil Gaiman ๐Ÿ“šโ€” It was hard to put away. I like how Neil Gaiman writes and combines a world of Gods, myths and dreams together. 5/5

Finished reading: The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray ๐Ÿ“š โ€” second time that the initial minutes put me off due to the topics discussed (as Iโ€™ve had so much of that already), but it was well worth the continued attention. I learned a lot about the various waves of activism, and now have a richer โ€ฆ

Finished reading: Thomas Jefferson by R. B. Bernstein ๐Ÿ“šโ€” I wanted to learn more about some of the American history, as well as try a second biography. Thomas Jefferson was an interesting figure, and at times I would forget how long ago he lived. The cross connections with Europe and how this puts โ€ฆ

Finished reading: The Left Hand Of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin ๐Ÿ“š โ€”> a former manager (American) asked me some time ago if I had read this book. She was reading it at the time and had wondered if it resembled what it would be like for me to interact with Americans. I enjoyed reading/listening it โ€ฆ

Finished reading: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by M. Gandhi ๐Ÿ“šโ€” this was recommended to me a few years ago, I finally got around to listen it. This first autobiography I listened, and I kind of liked it. It was a weird time capsule with acceptance of child marriage, castes, loyalty to the โ€ฆ

Finished reading: Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell ๐Ÿ“š โ€” this was a quick listen. The audio version wasnโ€™t just the book read by the author, but contained original audio recordings when possible. The story it self was what I had expected; fine, sometimes interesting. Nothing too deep or โ€ฆ

Finished reading: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman ๐Ÿ“š โ€” This book was recommended to me in the summer of 2021. I once started reading, but didnโ€™t get into the story. After finishing listening Norse Mythology (narrated by Neil Gaiman too) I wanted to give this another try. I loved the โ€ฆ

Finished reading: The History of Magic by Chris Gosden ๐Ÿ“š โ€” this was quite a long listen. I did enjoy most of it. The book spans a way longer history than I had expected. Also, I found it interesting to have it grounded in view of someone with an archeological background. Itโ€™s the first book I โ€ฆ

Finished reading: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman ๐Ÿ“š โ€” I started to read this back in the summer of โ€˜22 but only finished it with the audio version. The stories are a delight, and I had been unfamiliar with the post Ragnarok story. I need to check if that was a personal addition, or if itโ€™s actually โ€ฆ

Finished reading: The Order of Time by Carlo Rovelli ๐Ÿ“š โ€” this is a short book. Very accessible and with a great writing style. It covers both theory and philosophical topics around the concept of time. I might revisit this one again โ€” 5/5

Finished reading: A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking ๐Ÿ“š โ€” while interesting and mostly accessible, some parts were to theoretical for me to casually comprehend โ€” 3/5

Finished reading: DisneyWar by James B. Stewart ๐Ÿ“š I never thought I would be drawn into a corporate drama like this. Itโ€™s amazing to hear this story, detailing so many movies and series I saw as a child, teenager and student. The story is colourful, and some of the names are still around in the โ€ฆ

I finished listening: The War on the West by Douglas Murray โ€” โญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธ โ€” initially I was afraid this would be to rightist for my taste, but I found it insightful and balanced๐Ÿ“š

Currently reading: Early Retirement Extreme by Jacob Lund Fisker ๐Ÿ“š