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  • Writer's pictureMiriam Grobman

My Favorite Books in 2019

2019 has been a great year in terms of dedicating time to my reading and seeking new ideas through it.

Here are my favorite books:

Work / Psychology:

  1. David Epstein - Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World (this one was by far my favorite in this category)

  2. Jonathan Haidt - The Happiness Hypothesis (many truth-bombs backed by research in psychology)

  3. Malcolm Gladwell - Talking To Strangers (for Gladwell's superb writing, not as much for the key message)

General Interest:

  1. Tara Westover - Educated: A Memoir (a story about a homeschooled girl escaping a fundamentalist cult)

  2. Asne Seierstad - Two Sisters (about Norwegian Somali sisters who joined Isis in Syria)

  3. Jon Ronson - So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed (Social media shaming can destroy people's lives)

  4. Rachel Louise Snyder - No Visible Bruises (investigating the domestic violence epidemic)


* I get a small commission from Amazon if you purchase via the links provided. I don't recommend books that I didn't like.

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