My Favorite Reads in 2015
This year I read about 70 books - not quite one a week. Since most were read on a Kindle, it’s easy to review the list and see what I enjoyed the most.
In no particular order…
Every Day is about a young person who spends each day living the life of another. The main protagonist identifies as neither male or female. From the first chapter I was hooked and fascinated by the idea. The author makes the complex idea easy to understand, and then confronts the implications of living this kind of life head on.
The Phoenix Project is the spiritual successor to Eliyahu Goldratt’s The Goal. Like The Goal, it’s a parable that teaches. It’s simplistic at times, and the characters are flat. But the content - Theory of Constraints applied to corporate IT - is superb.
Annihilation is the first novel in the Souther Reach trilogy. I’m still thinking about this critically acclaimed novel, and what it
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