Here’s a list of the books I read in 2019.
They aren’t in any particular order, but I did try to group them by relevancy.
Little bit dry at times but still a great explanation of Eastern Europe post WWII.
An absolute must-read for anyone interested in the fall of Communism in the Soviet Union, and the FSU’s history in general.
Not as good as Lenin’s Tomb but still a worthwhile follow-up.
Read this one several times purely for entertainment, it’s good.
Couldn’t recommend it enough, though I also think the author is paranoid and slightly crazy at this point (see next book in list).
The Killing of William Browder
Not actually available on Amazon anymore, let the conspiracy theories run wild…
I started talking with a couple of friends about opening a restaurant here in Kiev, Ukraine.
This book was actually REALLY good from a sales perspective, I think it’s applicable to a lot of online businesses.
Restaurant Owners Uncorked
A bunch of short stories.
Fast Food Nation
I dedicated several daily emails to this, it’s a shocking and eye-opening read about the advance of fast food throughout America, and really illustrates many of our problems.
The Ultimate Sales Letter
The Happy Puppy Handbook
Obviously not relevant unless you’re getting a dog…
Which I did this year.
And I mean, look at him!
He looks like a happy puppy to me.
Lady: How To Meet And Keep A Good Man For Love And Marriage
Actually a great piece of work by Roosh, my hat off to him for evolving.
A Generation of Sociopaths: How the Baby Boomers Betrayed America (Currently Reading)
Y’all know how much I love the boomers.
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