I love reading. If I could get paid to review books, I'd happily do that for the rest of my life. A good book will transport you through time, allowing you to converse with the greatest minds that ever were.

So many good books have been written. I once did the math and was sad to discover that I will never have enough time to read my entire to-read list. The ones I do get around to reading will be reviewed here.

Although I try to read about a broad range of topics, don't be surprised to find book reviews on space, computer science, history, humanity, science fiction, or fantasy. If you have suggestions on what I should read next, please let me know!

Dark Matter
A multiverse epic about fighting for the things you love.
Brandon Sanderson does sci-fi? Yes please!
The Mountain is You
A self-help book that I didn't need at the time.
Letters to a Young Poet
Letters exchanged between a great poet and a young poet in the military.
The Remains of the Day
A butler's reflection on what it means to live a life well lived.
How To
The brilliance of xkcd on solving real-world problems.
The Courage to Be Disliked
An attempt to teach us how to liberate our selves and find lasting happiness.
A Little Life
An extremely moving book about love, loss, and life.
The Fifth Season
A post apocalyptic fantasy novel with a fresh perspective.
The Song of Achilles
A modern retelling of Homer's Iliad.
Be Water, My Friend
The teachings of Bruce Lee told through the lens of his daughter Shannon.
A space epic about politics and prophecy.
Wise Man's Fear
Kvothe's story continues!
A reality-bending sci-fi journey.
The Name of the Wind
The first book in a trilogy about a young wizard fumbling through University.
So You Want To Talk About Race
A difficult but essential start to learning about systemic racism.
How to Think Like a Roman Emperor
A modern-day guide to Stoic wisdom from the perspective of Marcus Aurelius.
The Mom Test
A quick read on the customer conversation and validating startup ideas.