Gustavo Ballvé on July 1st, 2013
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Pretty good book list by Dealbook editor Andrew Ross Sorkin. At this rate, if you have read even 20% of the books I’ve posted here (indirectly) in “reading list” posts, I can say you are a better person than I am. Or a faster reader. Or less busy. Anyway, I envy you.

I’d recommend Mr. Sorkin’s own book on the 2007-08 crisis called “Too Big To Fail”, “The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons from Corporate America”, “When Genius Failed” and “Fooled by Randomness” as other can’t-miss books – and I know I am leaving way too many great books unmentioned, so there are a few links inside to previous “reading list” posts in (and a bonus for those who click through).

Bonus: Updated January 2012 post on Isaac Asimov and libraries. Check out the original post where I got his letter from.

More reading lists – April 2012

Reading lists: Taleb and Cialdini – Feb. 2012

Quick notes (the first paragraph) – Dec. 2011

Follow-ups: reading lists and the speed of light – Nov. 2011

Reading list: Howard Marks – May 2011

Reading list – April 2011

Another bonus: our post on Great books and anti-libraries. Read the Umberto Eco link.

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