Books I’ve Read and Enjoyed (July – Dec, 2021)

Below are the most recent books I’ve had the pleasure of reading within the last six months. Some of these books are influential, some are empowering and some are straight-up ass-kicking fun! Enjoy.

  1. Spymaster – Brad Thor
  2. Noble Man (Jake Noble Series Book 1) – Willam Miller
  3. Black Boy White School – Brian F Walker
  4. Project Strikeforce – Kevin Lee Swaim **
  5. Backlash – Brad Thor
  6. Unwind!: 7 Principles for a Stress-Free Life – Michael Olpin, Sam Bracken and Daniel G Amen (Forward)
  7. Silencer – Andy McNab***
  8. Near Dark – Brad Thor****
  9. The Color of Law – Richard Rothstein
  10. The Sun Also Rises – Ernest Hemingway
  11. On Target – Mark Greaney +
  12. The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway
  13. Enemy at the Gates – Vince Flynn
  14. Drive – Daniel H. Pink
  15. The Big Fear (Hollow City #1) – Andrew Case
  16. Black Ice – Brad Thor
  17. Ballistic – Mark Greaney
  18. Man’s Search for Meaning – Viktor F. Frankl
  19. An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook’s Battle for Domination – Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang

** was not a fan – seemed like a sci-fi comic book read where it was a cross between RoboCop and Wolverine (spoiler alert: being injected with adamantium).

*** accidentally started with book 15 in the series. felt it started slow but then finished strong.

**** lot of negative reviews, but I thought this book was great – felt like some of the earlier Harvath books that Thor has written!

+ this moved at a fast-paced. the gray man is a beast (even though there are times where it feels very unbelievable, still a really good read.