Books I enjoyed the most in 2017

2017 was a great year for my reading list. Although I didn't finish as many books as I did in 2016, I ended the year very satisfied with the quality and depth of what I read and I've already started the books that will be first on my finished list for 2018. Here's a list … Continue reading Books I enjoyed the most in 2017


Book review: Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind

If you want to understand our world today, Sapiens is a MUST read. We are all members of a species, sharing our only world with other species. Yet, so many of our species are oblivious to how all the pieces fell together to get us to where we are today and the impact we have on … Continue reading Book review: Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind

Book review: Super Freakonomics

I enjoyed Super Freakonomics (as an audio book) for the same reasons that I enjoyed its predecessor, Freakonomics. The economist authors' clever stories and digressions remind us to question data analysis and statistics presented by so-called experts. As the saying goes, "There's lies, damned lies, and statistics". Narrow interpretations of scientific studies and data are … Continue reading Book review: Super Freakonomics