Leseliste 2014

This is the selection I am going to draw from this year, 2014.

        1. Shunryu Suzuki – Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind
        2. Tom Peters – Re-Imagine
        3. Jonathan Lethem – Chronic City
        4. Don DeLillo – Underworld
        5. Gavin Menzies – 1421
        6. Jostein Gaardner – Sophie’s World
        7. O’Reilly – Your Brain: The Missing Manual
        8. Charles Frazier – Thirteen Moons
        9. Harper Lee – To Kill a Mockingbird (*)
        10. Hanif Kureishi – The Buddha of Suburbia
        11. Richard Powers – Generosity
        12. Charles Bukowski – Ham on Rye
        13. Chip & Dan Heath – Switch
        14. Nick Hornby – Juliet Naked
        15. Dave Eggers – What the what
        16. Nate Silver – The Signal and the Noise
        17. Seth Godin – The Icarus Deception
        18. Donald C. Gause – Are your lights on?
        19. Pat Pattison – Writing Better Lyrics (Kindle for iPhone)
        20. John Irving – The World According to Garp
        21. Kurt Vonnegut – Player Piano
        22. Gavin Menzies – 1421
        23. Dave Eggers – Zeitoun
        24. Paul Auster – Winter Journal
        25. Ian Carr – Miles Davis Autobiography
        26. Ronnie O’Sullivan – Autobiography
        27. Jaron Lanier – You are not a gadget
        28. Clayton Christensen – The Innovator’s Dilemma
        29. Serge Bramly – Leonardo DaVinci Autobiography
        30. Slash – Autobiography
        31. Anthony Kiedis – Scar Tissue (*)

————————–

      1. Paul Stanley – Face the Music: A life exposed (Kindle for iPhone)
      2. Thomas Feil – Kaiserreich der Puppen (Kindle for iPhone)
      3. Jack London – The Call of the Wild (Kindle for iPhone)
      4. Nicholas Evans – The Divide
      5. Lee Child – Personal (Kindle for iPhone)

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