My Reading 2016

  1. The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni
  2. Iron Wolf by Dale Brown
  3. Memory Man by David Baldacci
  4. Tom Clancy: Duty and Honor by Grant Blackwood
  5. Conversational Capacity by Craig Weber
  6. Abstract Expressionism by the Royal Academy
  7. Ice Hunt by James Rollins
  8. A Canticle for Liebowitz by Walter M. Miller Jr.
  9. The Billion Dollar Spy by David E. Hoffman
  10. Seveneves by Neal Stephenson
  11. Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy and Larry Bond
  12. Dance in the End Zone by Patrick Ungashick
  13. The Exit Strategy Handbook by Jerry L. Mills
  14. The History of Visual Magic in Computers by Jon Peddie
  15. Norman Lewis: Pulse
  16. Make Me by Lee Child (my comments)
  17. Shade: Clyfford Still/Mark Bradford by Cathleen Chaffee and Michael Auping 
  18. Black List by Brad Thor
  19. Procession: The Art of Normal Lewis
  20. Vince Flynn: The Survivor by Kyle Mills
  21. Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street by John Brooks (DNF, too boring)
  22. The Wolves by Alex Berenson
  23. Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in The Way of True Inspiration by Ed Catmull
  24. One Little Spark!: Mickey's Ten Commandments and The Road to Imagineering by Marty Sklar
  25. Everybody Matters by Bob Chapman
  26. Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews (my comments)
  27. The Einstein Theory of Relativity by H.A. Lorentz
  28. Twelve Tomorrows (MIT Technology Review SF Annual 2016)
  29. Tom Clancy's Commander in Chief by Mark Greaney
  30. Clyfford Still ed. by John P. O'Neill
  31. Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots ed. by Gavin Delahunty (my comments)
  32. The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz (my comments)
  33. The Inner Circle by Brad Meltzer (my comments)
  34. The One-Page Sales Coach: 11 Ways You Can Get to Yes Faster by Dean Minuto
  35. The Sales Messenger: 10 Lessons for Sales Success in Your Business and Personal Lives by Mary Anne (Wihbey) Davis

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