Books Read in December

Not the best month: I started Ian Stewart’s Does God Play Dice and abandoned it because it required a greater commitment of effort than I was able to give.

I’m also midway through a couple of other books but have not finished either of them yet.

I did finish an audiobook called The Art of Reading from The Great Courses. It has inspired me to tackle books that I previously considered too hard. So, I expect the quantity of books read to be lesser from now, but hopefully the quality is higher.

Shakespeare, by Bill Bryson

A slim book, what I liked most was how the times and place were brought to life.

Four Thousand Weeks, by Oliver Burkeman

A ‘productivity’ book from someone who embraced productivity tools, got burned out, and tries to give some perspective on things that matter more than trying to make the most of every minute.

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