I’ve been savoring, At Peace, by Dr. Sam Harrington. It’s been a pick up/put down book, evoking strong emotion, but been very helpful for me. I lost both my parents, and can recommend this for anyone going through a similar situation.
I’m reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I feel like the only person who hasn’t yet seen it, or watched the movie!
Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane, author of Mystic River. This fast paced thriller is quite good.
I just read A World of Three Zeroes by Muhammad Yunus. The creator of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, which offers microloans to poor women who want to start businesses, the crux of this book is that capitalism has failed us. If we trust our instincts as entrepreneurs, and try to make our world a better place, even making small steps, we can stop the cycles of poverty, haves and have nots, and also the destruction of our environment. Less of a road map than an essay, this is an inspiring book invoking us to action.