A retrospective look

My intent is to update this regularly in the future as I finish books, but I'll catch up on 2017 really quickly now. It has been a busy year (so far more than 40 flights, plus studying for Level 2 of the CFA exam throughout May) but I managed to get through a lot of material.

It's a pretty diverse list- Czech, Russian, and German novels, a graphic novel, art history, some philosophy, statistics, computing, and even some political commentary.

Here's a quick rundown, arranged in order of how recently I finished them.


The rundown

  1. The Master & Margarita, Mikhail Bulgakov
  2. The Daily Stoic, Ryan Holiday
  3. Statistics is Easy, Shasha/Wilson/Krantz
  4. Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn and TensorFlow, Aurelien Geron
  5. Caravaggio, Sebastian Schutze
  6. The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, Milan Kundera
  7. Metamagical Themas, Douglas R. Hofstadter
  8. Poem Strip, Dino Buzzati
  9. Who Rules the World?, Noam Chomsky
  10. Darkness at Noon, Arthur Koestler
  11. Why Information Grows, Cesar Hidalgo
  12. Thinking Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman
  13. The Joke, Milan Kundera