My Top Books Reads of 2015

DISCLAIMER: These didn’t  necessarily come out in 2015.
1. Ronda Rousey –  My Fight/Your Fight


This was without a doubt the best book I read this year. I was so caught up in it that I almost didn’t do anything till I finished.

I initially picked it up because I was intrigued by Ronda Rousey (still am), but along the way I learnt a lot about determination, will power and never giving up.

2. Malcolm Gladwell : David and Goliath


Size and status sometimes don’t always matter. Underdogs can make a difference for the singular fact that they are underdogs.

3. Leah Remini – Trouble Maker


My curiosity got the better of me when I picked this book up, I wanted to learn more about what Scientology was about. Eventually, it somehow strengthened my own faith in Jesus, and opened my eyes to a lot of different things in the Christian church system even though it wasn’t about that.

4. James Patterson


I made up my mind midway through the year to read all James Patterson Alex cross novels, (800 pages and all), I’m nowhere near done, but this is my favorite so far.

5. Chris Kyle –  American Sniper


Chris Kyle in one sentence answered a lot of questions I’ve been asking about the underdeveloped world. He said, a lot of times the developing world wants what is in the developed world but won’t put in the work and the just messes everything up.

What were the best books you read this year?


7 Replies to “My Top Books Reads of 2015”

  1. David and Goliath is nice but Malcom Gladwell added his own BLACK RHEMA, trying to make us believe that Goliath was disadvantaged (acromeglin etc) instead of promoting God’s hand and work on Davids life during their spur.


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