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...

Christopher S. Hyatt – Sex Magic, Tantra & Tarot: The Way...

I started learning how to read Kabbalistic Tarot using the learnings of Aleister Crowley and the Golden Dawn about 5 years ago and it's...

Neal Stephenson – Seveneves

This book was simply amazing to read. I chained it on the train from Copenhagen to Hamburg to Vienna, I simply could not put...

Daniel Wendler – Improve Your Social Skills

My social life took a bit of a hit when I first fell ill almost 2 years ago now. I went from squatting twice...

Neil Gaiman – The Ocean At The End Of The Lane

This was a really fun read, although it was aimed more at teenagers and I was expecting something more adult, the only other Neil...

Mark Manson – Models: Attract Women Through Honesty

Mark Manson keeps popping up on Facebook as a suggested friend, as we have many friends in common. I have never met the guy,...

Joel Fuhrman – The End of Diabetes: The Eat to Live...

Joel Fuhrman is a nutritarian and he has a series of books revolving around juicing and ingesting as many nutrient dense foods as possible...

Chris Guillebeau – The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make...

This took me much longer to read than it should have. I started it in September 2014 and finished it in May 2015 whilst...

Jordan Gray – How To Be The Most Engaging Person In...

This book was either free or £0.99 so I thought I'd give it a pop. At 29 pages it's ickle. Very ickle and was...

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...