2017 in The Books

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At the end of every year, I compile all the books I read in twelve months into a year-end reading list. Here are ones from 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. This year I didn’t even come close to reaching my reading goal. However, the books I did manage to complete were enjoyable and I learned a lot from them. Out of all the titles, I read, I can only give a few the title of “favorite” in 2017.

Top 3 Books of 2017

  1. American War by Omar El Akaad
  2. Lead Yourself First by Mike Erwin and Ray Kethledge
  3. The Causes of War by Geoffrey Blainey

I hope you find something of value in here for yourself and you can click on any of these pictures to learn more! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments section.

History and Warfare

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Science Fiction

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Technology and Innovation

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Leadership

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Biography

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General Non-Fiction

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Hope you enjoyed this year’s list! Merry Christmas and hope you have a wonderful New Year! If you’re interested in signing up for my reading list where I recommend a new and different book each month, go here to learn more.

 

-Joe

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