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What I’m Reading (Sept 2016)

A random collection of books in no particular order for the month of September:

  • Seven Times Dead by Roy Chaney- a superb political thriller. This book comes out November 15 from 280 steps.
  • Kierkegaard: A Single Life by Stephen Backhouse- a non-academic biography of the philosopher and a good beginning point on the philosopher.
  • American Heiress by Jeffrey Toobin- about the kidnapping of Patty Hearst
  • Seinfeldia by Jennifer Armstrong- a¬†behind the scenes look at the show, Seinfeld.
  • Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted by Jennifer Armstrong- a book about the Mary Tyler Moore Show, how it came to be, almost didn’t get made, and the launching of many careers.
  • Life Moves Pretty Fast by Hadley Freeman- a series of essays on 80’s movies.
  • The Billion Dollar Spy by David Hoffman- a historical look at one Russian spy and how the CIA worked with him.
  • Creativity Inc by Ed Catmull- business lessons from Pixar
  • Becoming Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli- a biography of Steve Jobs
  • Running: 10 Years, 5 Marathons, and 1 Life-Changing Sport by Jen A. Miller
  • Zagreb Cowboy (Book 1) by Alen Mattich- political thriller in 90’s Yugoslavia
  • Killing Pilgrim (Book 2) by Alen Mattich- political thriller in 90’s Yugoslavia
  • A Life in Parts by Bryan Cranston
  • Snake: The Legendary Life of Ken Stabler by Mike Freeman
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