1. Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln (Opponent same side: the political genius of Abraham Lincoln) – Doris Kearns Goodwin
Maybe you think I’m too familiar with Abraham Lincoln disabilities, but even if you have professional knowledge, then this book is still worth reading.
Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin wrote this book to trace the rise of Lincoln from a lawyer countryside to beat two politicians experienced politics than me and become one of the president’s most famous in US history.
According to the summary of the book, it focuses on “Oc looked at Lincoln and his ability to make up the illustrious presidency in the nation’s history.”
2. Game Change (Changing the rules of the game) – John and Mark Halperin HEILEMANN
If you always wanted to secretly monitor the presidential election campaign the United States, you may want to consider reading this book there. Written by two political reporters about the elections in 2008, “Game Change” was not published until 2010.
Clive Crook of The Financial Times called this book “one of the books on politics or the most I’ve ever read. ”
3. The origin of species (the origin of species) – Charles Darwin’s
book on Darwin’s theory of evolution this is worth reading because it has revolutionized the world of science – is the foundation of birth modern school.
4. A Brief History (History of Time) – Stephen Hawking
By cosmologists and theoretical physicists famous, this book was published in 1988. In the book, Hawking made clear explanation on the theory of modern science – from the time travel beyond space, general relativity, to the formation of the universe.
5. A Short History of Nearly Everything (History things) – Bill Bryson
Bryson use a lively writing style and fun to take you away from birth to childhood universe to the present time.
Strangely, the author is not a scientist. He is only one who likes to learn and has decided that he really wants to understand the science – so he did a research and write this book to help people like himself curious.