Books, which it is desirable to read each
• Books, which it is desired to read each
You aspire to be one of those people who know at least a little bit of everything? Is there an easy way to do it: read all!
You can not always stick to romance novels, anthologies and biographies that you know and love. If you really want to become more knowledgeable person, you have to displace themselves from their comfort zone in a bookstore.
If you do not know where to start, you have come to the right place. We chose 12 books on all different topics that will help you become a diversified human being.
1. Classic: "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
In this classic American lawyer Atticus Finch agrees to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman. The fictional story takes place in Maykomb, Alabama.
2. '1984' by George Orwell.
George Orwell wrote this novel in 1948, to predict how it will look in 1984 in London. His prediction? Totalitarian state, where "Big Brother", the government is always watching you and tells you what to think and what to believe.
3. Classic: "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
"One Hundred Years of Solitude" follows the story of seven generations of the family Buendía in a fictional utopian city in Colombia.
4. A modern classic: "1Q84" by Haruki Murakami.
"1Q84", released in 2011, is just one of many popular artwork Murakami.
5. Fantasy: "Lord of the Rings" by JRR Tolkien..
"Fellowship of the Ring" - the first book in the series, "Lord of the Rings" by JRR Tolkien -. Another mandatory reading.
6. History: "Guns, Germs and Steel," Jared Diamond.
The author, a professor of geography and physiology at the University of California at Los Angeles, argues that a society in which people have access to resources, could quickly start producing food than other societies that allowed them to move beyond the stage of a hunter-gatherer. Soon followed the religion, military weapons and the conquest of other cultures.
7. Science: "A Brief History of Time," Stephen Hawking.
It Hocking offers a clear explanation of current scientific theories - from the time travel to the general theory of relativity to the creation of the universe.
8. Science: "A Short History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryson.
It is interesting that the author is not a scientist. He just decided he wanted to really understand the science, so he did his research and wrote this book to help others like him.
9. Technologies: "Hackers: heroes of the computer revolution" by Steven Levy. If you want to understand how we have moved from the post office and the library e-mail and Wikipedia, read this book.
10. Psychology: "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu.
The book was originally written military strategist Sun Tzu, to help explain how to win the war. But over the years, people have found that the tactics described in the book, such as "know thyself" and "know your enemy" can help people succeed in their daily struggle for life.
11. Business: "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie.
There are a number of lessons that you can learn from the classics of the Carnegie "How to Win Friends and Influence People", and they will help you in your personal and professional life.
12. Money: "The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham.
Billion investor Bill Ackman is one of many players on Wall Street, which quoted "The Intelligent Investor" as essential reading for investors at all levels.