Steve Alten – Resurrection

Whilst not quite as awesome as the first book, Domain, Resurrection was still really good. Starting pretty much where the first book ended this...

Fermat’s Last Theorem

Simon Singh makes the story of the 300 year search for the solution to Fermat's Last Theorem sound like Indiana Jones is searching for...

Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in...

This book is mandatory reading if you're planning on running a social media campaign any time soon. Covering all the major players, Twitter, Facebook,...

American Diabetes Association – What To Expect When You Have Diabetes

This book is split up in to 170 different questions, questions like: Can I catch diabetes from someone else? Why should I work so hard to...

The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying...

I don't really suffer from procrastination, but I wanted to read this as research material for a project I'm working on after I'd heard...

Dan Brown – Inferno

I hadn't realised Dan Brown had written another Robert Langdon book, but here we go, book number 4. When I first started reading it...

Around the world in 80 Girls: The epic 3 year trip...

Around The World In 80 Girls was half good, half boring, a bit of a grind to read but at the same time quite...

Ultimate Guide to Google AdWords: How to Access 100 Million People...

As a beginner to Google Adwords, who was blowing $100+ a day and making no sales (serious) this book was an eye opener. In theory...

The Code Book: The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to...

The Code Book traces the history of cryptography from its recorded inception in Roman times up through to the current applications as of it's...

The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re...

I first heard of Brene Brown after watching her 20 minute TEDx talk The Power Of Vulnerability. The Gifts of Imperfection offers readers a way...