Leseliste 2011

Shortlist for 2011 (more info here):

  1. Joe Jaffe – Flip the Funnel (Kindle for iPhone, November)
  2. PLI/Abby Marks Beale – 10 Days to faster Reading
  3. Paul Auster – Oracle Night (*, November)
  4. Wallace Stegner – Crossing to Safety (*, November)
  5. Georg Franck – Die Ökonomie der Aufmerksamkeit
  6. Thomas Klupp – Paradiso
  7. Nick Hornby – Juliet Naked
  8. Siri Hustvest – Enchantment of Lily Dahl
  9. Chris Brogan/Julien Smith – Trust Agents
  10. Peter Carey – My life as a fake (December, dnf)
  11. Mark Twain – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer* (Kindle for iPhone, May)
  12. Jack Falla – Home Ice
  13. Dan Tapscott – Wikinomics
  14. Minette Walters – The Breaker
  15. Ken Follett – Pillars of the Earth (Kindle for iPhone, October
  16. O’Reilly – Your Brain: The Missing Manual
  17. Charles Frazier – Thirteen Moons
  18. Harper Lee – To Kill a Mockingbird (*)
  19. Hanif Kureishi – The Buddha of Suburbia
  20. John Douglas – Inside the Mind of BTK (Januar)
  21. C. C. Chapman – Content Rules (September)
  22. Tony Hsieh – Delivering Happyness (Januar)
  23. Richard Powers – Generosity
  24. Audrey Niffenegger – Her Fearful Symmetry (Juli)
  25. Charles Bukowski – Ham on Rye
  26. Ken Auletta – Googled (May)
  27. Avinash Kaushik – Google Analytics an Hour a Day
  28. Chip & Dan Heath – Switch
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  29. Stieg Larsson – Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Kindle for iPhone, Januar)
  30. Seth Godin – Poke a Box (Kindle for iPhone, March)
  31. Steven Pressfield – Do the Work (Kindle for iPhone, May)
  32. Noah Boyd – Bricklayer (Kindle for iPhone, May)
  33. Noah Boyd – Agent X (Kindle for iPhone, June)
  34. Gary Vay•ner•chuk – Thank You Economy (August)
  35. Stieg Larsson – The Girl Who Played with Fire (Kindle for iPhone, August)
  36. Alex Bogusky – Baked-in (September)
  37. Stieg Larsson – The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest (Kindle for iPhone, September)
  38. Peter Bregman – 18 Minutes (October)
  39. Barry Eisler – The Detachment (Kindle for iPhone, October)
  40. Seth Godin – We are all Weird (Kindle for iPhone, November)
  41. Nassim Nicholas Taleb – Der Schwarze Schwan +
  42. Julien Smith – The Flinch (Kindle for iPhone, Dezember)
  43. James Altucher – I was Blind but now I See + (Kindle for iPhone)

*=reread
+=reading now
dnf=did not finish