Books that Mark Zuckerberg thinks Everyone should Read. Have you read any of these?

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in 2015 made a new year resolution – he decided that he’d read a book every two weeks, At the end of this year we bring you the books that he thinks everyone should read.

“Books allow you to fully explore a topic and immerse yourself in a deeper way than most media today,” Zuckerberg wrote on his personal Facebook page. “I’m looking forward to shifting more of my media diet towards reading books.”

  1.  The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation,’ by Jon Gertner

    The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation,' by Jon Gertner

  2. ‘World Order,’ by Henry Kissinger

    'World Order,' by Henry Kissinger

    ‘World Order,’ by Henry Kissinger

  3. ‘Rational Ritual’ by Michael Suk-Young Chwe

    'Rational Ritual' by Michael Suk-Young Chwe

    ‘Rational Ritual’ by Michael Suk-Young Chwe

  4. Dealing with China’ by Henry M. Paulson Jr.

    Dealing with China' by Henry M. Paulson Jr.

    Dealing with China’ by Henry M. Paulson Jr.

  5. Energy: A Beginner’s Guide’ by Vaclav Smil

    Energy: A Beginner's Guide' by Vaclav Smil

    Energy: A Beginner’s Guide’ by Vaclav Smil

  6. Orwell’s Revenge’ by Peter Huber

    Orwell's Revenge' by Peter Huber

    Orwell’s Revenge’ by Peter Huber

  7. ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’ by Thomas S. Kuhn

    'The Structure of Scientific Revolutions' by Thomas S. Kuhn

    ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’ by Thomas S. Kuhn

  8. Gang Leader for a Day’ by Sudhir Venkatesh

    Gang Leader for a Day' by Sudhir Venkatesh

    Gang Leader for a Day’ by Sudhir Venkatesh

  9. The Player of Games’ by Iain M. Banks

    The Player of Games' by Iain M. Banks

    The Player of Games’ by Iain M. Banks

  10. On Immunity’ by Eula Biss

    On Immunity' by Eula Biss

    On Immunity’ by Eula Biss

  11. The Better Angels of Our Nature’ by Steven Pinker

    The Better Angels of Our Nature' by Steven Pinker

    The Better Angels of Our Nature’ by Steven Pinker

  12. Creativity, Inc.’ by Ed Catmull

    Creativity, Inc.' by Ed Catmull

    Creativity, Inc.’ by Ed Catmull

  13. The End of Power’ by Moisés Naím

    The End of Power' by Moisés Naím

    The End of Power’ by Moisés Naím

  14. The New Jim Crow’ by Michelle Alexander

    The New Jim Crow' by Michelle Alexander

    The New Jim Crow’ by Michelle Alexander

  15. The Varieties of Religious Experience’ by William James

    The Varieties of Religious Experience' by William James

    The Varieties of Religious Experience’ by William James

  16. Sapiens’ by Yuval Noah Harari

    Sapiens' by Yuval Noah Harari

    Sapiens’ by Yuval Noah Harari

  17. The Muqaddimah’ by Ibn Khaldun

    The Muqaddimah' by Ibn Khaldun

    The Muqaddimah’ by Ibn Khaldun

  18. Genome’ by Matt Ridley

    Genome' by Matt Ridley

    Genome’ by Matt Ridley

  19. The Three-Body Problem’ by Liu Cixin

    The Three-Body Problem' by Liu Cixin

    The Three-Body Problem’ by Liu Cixin

  20. Portfolios of the Poor’ by Daryl Collins, Jonathan Morduch, Stuart Rutherford, and Orlanda Ruthven

    Portfolios of the Poor' by Daryl Collins, Jonathan Morduch, Stuart Rutherford, and Orlanda Ruthven

    Portfolios of the Poor’ by Daryl Collins, Jonathan Morduch, Stuart Rutherford, and Orlanda Ruthven

  21. The Rational Optimist’ by Matt Ridley

    The Rational Optimist' by Matt Ridley

    The Rational Optimist’ by Matt Ridley

  22. Why Nations Fail’ by Daren Acemoğlu and James Robinson

    Why Nations Fail' by Daren Acemoğlu and James Robinson

    Why Nations Fail’ by Daren Acemoğlu and James Robinson

What do you think of Mark Zuckerberg’s book collection? Tell us more about the books you think everyone should read and why.

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