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Check out my past and present reading collection and maybe you will meet your next favorite book!

👃 Uno, nessuno e centomila

by Pirandello Luigi

Vitangelo Moscarda, è un individuo ordinario, che ha ereditato dal padre una fortuna e vive senza troppo interrogarsi sulla sua condizione. Un giorno, guardandosi allo specchio, scopre che la gente, compresa sua moglie e i suoi amici più intimi, hanno di lui un’immagine completamente diversa da quella che lui aveva associato a se stesso fino a quel momento. Anzi, si rende conto che gli altri non hanno una sola immagine di lui, ma una serie infinita di immagini sempre cangianti. Da questa scoperta agghiacciante Moscarda decide di risalire alla sua vera identità, di scoprire ossessivamente chi è davvero, al di là di come lo rappresentano gli altri.

🧘‍♀️ Mindfulness & Meditation

by Puddicombe Andy

Andy Puddicombe, founder of the celebrated Headspace, is on a mission: to get people to take 10 minutes out of their day to sit in the now. Here he shares his simple to learn, but highly effective techniques of meditation.

💣 Niente di nuovo sul fronte occidentale

by Remarque E. M.

Pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1929, e da allora oggetto di innumerevoli edizioni, Niente di nuovo sul fronte occidentale viene considerato uno dei più grandi libri mai scritti sulla carneficina della Prima guerra mondiale, il tentativo, perfettamente riuscito, di «raccontare una generazione che anche se sfuggì alle granate venne distrutta dalla guerra»

○ The Lean Startup

by Ries Eric

The Lean Startup approach fosters companies that are both more capital efficient and that leverage human creativity more effectively. Inspired by lessons from lean manufacturing, it relies on 'validated learning,' rapid scientific experimentation, as well as a number of counter-intuitive practices that shorten product development cycles, measure actual progress without resorting to vanity metrics, and learn what customers really want. It enables a company to shift directions with agility, altering plans inch by inch, minute by minute.

👉 So You've Been Publicly Shamed

by Ronson Jon

A great renaissance of public shaming is sweeping our land. Justice has been democratized. The silent majority are getting a voice. But what are we doing with our voice? We are mercilessly finding people's faults. We are defining the boundaries of normality by ruining the lives of those outside it. We are using shame as a form of social control.

🙃 The Psychopath Test

by Ronson Jon

Along the way, Jon meets psychopaths, those whose lives have been touched by madness and those whose job it is to diagnose it, including the influential psychologist who developed the Psychopath Test, from whom Jon learns the art of psychopath-spotting. A skill which seemingly reveals that madness could indeed be at the heart of everything ...

💯 Factfulness

by Rosling Hans et al.

It turns out that the world, for all its imperfections, is in a much better state than we might think. That doesn’t mean there aren’t real concerns. But when we worry about everything all the time instead of embracing a worldview based on facts, we can lose our ability to focus on the things that threaten us most.

🧘 On the Shortness of Life

by Seneca

The philosopher brings up many Stoic principles on the nature of time, namely that men waste much of it in meaningless pursuits. According to the essay, nature gives man enough time to do what is really important and the individual must allot it properly.

👾 Frankenstein

by Shelley Mary

Un giovane scienziato, moderno Prometeo, acquisisce dopo anni di esperimenti il terribile potere di infondere la vita nella materia inerte ...

🎭 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

by Stevenson R. L.

One pitch-black London morning, a ghoulish little man tramples a young girl and continues heedlessly on his way. Caught by a passerby and returned to the scene of the crime, the man is forced to pay £100 in restitution. He produces ten pounds in gold and a check for the remainder. Curiously, the check bears the signature of the well-regarded Dr. Henry Jekyll. Even stranger, Dr. Jekyll’s will names this same awful and mysterious little man, Mr. Hyde, as the sole beneficiary. Troubled by the coincidence, Dr. Jekyll’s attorney visits his client. What he uncovers is a tale so strange and terrifying it has seeped into the very fabric of our consciousness.

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