You still have plenty of time to start reading good and entertaining books.
1-On the Road by Jack Kerouac
One of the pillar stone novels for the Beat Generation. On the Road sees key figures of American 1950s counterculture mirrored in its characters from Allen Ginsberg to William Burroughs.
On the Road by Jack Kerouac
2- Proud by Ibtihaj Muhammad
My Fight for an Unlikely American Dream is the memoir of Olympic fencer ”Ibtihaj Muhammad” written with Lori Tharps. Muhammad’s inspiring story shares the obstacles she managed to overcome in her quest for Olympic glory including those related to her race religion and gender.
Proud by Ibtihaj Muhammad
3-Too Poor for Peace
Extreme poverty exhausts institutions, depletes resources, weakens leadership and ultimately contributes to rising insecurity and conflict.
The authors of this compelling book some of the most experienced practitioners from around the world investigate the complex and dynamic relationship between poverty and insecurity and exploring possible agents for change.
They bring the latest lessons and intellectual framework to bear in an examination of African leadership, the private sector and American foreign aid as vehicles for improving economic conditions and security.
Too Poor for Peace
4-Life Is What You Make
In Life Is What You Make It. Buffett expounds on the strong set of values given to him by his trusting and broadminded mother his industrious and talented father and the many life teachers he has met along the way.
You may think that with a last name like his، Buffett has enjoyed a life of endless privilege. But the son of billionaire investor Warren Buffett says that the only real inheritance handed down from his parents was a philosophy.
It is a creed that has allowed him to follow his own passions، establish his own identity and reap his own successes.
Life Is What You Make
5-Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
John Carreyrou is the reporter who in 2015, started exposing the scandal that eventually brought down the multibillion-dollar biotech start-up Theranos. In “Bad Blood”, he details the rise and fall of the company and its founder Elizabeth Holmes.
The story is even crazier than we expected and found unable to put it down once we started.This book has everything elaborate scams, corporate intrigue, magazine cover stories, ruined family relationships and the demise of a company once valued at nearly $10 billion.
Bad Blood by John Carreyrou