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Five Amazing Books for You, Direct from The Desk of Billionaire Bill Gates

Tuesday - December 5, 2017 5:44 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL


I wish if,  I know!  If, you have this kind of thought ? What kind of books the successful people read? Here is the answer. Here are the Five amazing books for you direct from the desk of Billionaire Bill Gates. The philanthropic and mogul Bill Gates opened up his library to let the world know - What Books He Likes to read. Book he has finished reading them in this year of 2017 and is presenting an insight for you. So now anyone who is inspired by the billionaire and also wants to pave the path to be a kind of humanity,  unlike Bill Gates here are the details to follow. . 

The five fabulous books Bill Gates read this year. Bill Gates says, "Reading is my favourite way to satisfy my curiosity. Though the philanthropic and mogul get a lot to meet new people and see new places due to his work but still thinks books are the best way to explore new topics that interest one.


 

Great Books are like Great Friends!


Book One: Black Flags; which tells about," The Rise of ISIS", and is by Joby Warrick. The Blessed mind recommends it to anyone who wants a compelling history lesson on how ISIS managed to seize Power in Iraq.

Book Two: With vivid choice on the other side of the spectrum, Bill Gates tells that "He loved John Green’s new novel, which tells a story of a young woman who tracks down a missing billionaire. The book deals with the serious theme.  "Turtles All the Way Down."

Book Three: Quenching the craving for financial knowledge, Bill Gates choice of the book he read is, "The Colour of the Law BY Richard Rothstein". The book is an insight into the forces preventing economic mobility in the U.S., and it helped Mr Gates to understand the role federal policies have played in creating racial segregation in American cities.I’ve written longer reviews as well about some of the best books I read this year.

Book Four: Moving ahead with the list Bill Gates out of his colossal record describes, "the memoir" by one of my favourite comedians, a deplorable tale of poverty in America, a deep dive into the history of energy, and not one but two stories about the Vietnam War. 

Book Five; Again a serious one, "The Best We Could Do, by Thi Bui." The graphic novel is an intensely personal memoir that explores what it means to be a parent and a refugee. Giving a deep insight into the story, Billgates say, "The author’s family fled Vietnam in 1978. After giving birth to her child, the Mother decides to learn more about her parents’ experiences growing up in a country torn apart by foreign occupiers." 

Mr Gates find these books best opt for this Christmas holidays as he says, "If you’re looking to curl up by the fireplace with a great read this holiday season, you can’t go wrong with one of these."


 

The Best Books among the Readings Mr Bill Gates him self-defines are : 


Evicted: A book which is a perfect insight into how the issues that cause poverty are intertwined. The Book by Matthew Desmond, where the writer has brilliantly portrait of American living in poverty, to be poor in this country (America)  than anything else giving a better sense of what it is like. "Poverty and Profit in the American City," by Matthew Desmond.



Believe Me: A Memoir by Eddie Izzard of  Love, Death, and Jazz Chickens. The story which is fascinating, and tells how the author survived working on himself to overcome his lack of natural talent and become an international star. Mr Bill Gates says "I am, an enormous fan of Izzard and if you do too? You’ll love this book. 


A book again forms the Vietnam War, Mr Bill Gates tells this Book, " The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen, an award-winning novel offers much-needed insight into what it is like to be a Vietnamese caught between the both sides. Being dark The Sympathizer is a gripping story about a double agent and the trouble he gets himself into. 


Book form one of his favourite author, Mr Bill describes " Energy and Civilization: A History, by Vaclav Smil", is  a masterpiece by the author. He lays out how our need for energy has shaped human history—from the era of donkey-powered mills to today’s quest for renewable energy. The book tells about how the energy innovation alters the course of civilisation from the days of donkey powered mills to renewable energy in present days. -Window To News



 
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