“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”
This post will be updated as I read new books. My intention is for it to act as a shared digital backup of my bookshelf. Essentially, it is made up of all the books I have read and then placed into a tier system of how helpful I thought the books were at the time of reading. Here is a quick breakdown of my tier system…
Tier One – I Really Enjoyed Reading The Book And Gained Massive Value From It
Tier Two – Interesting Books That Provided Plenty Of Value To Me
Tier Three – Worth The Read And Provided Some Value
Tier Four – Stopped Reading At 50% No Value, Repetitive Or Failed To Make A Point
Tier Five – Dropped Quickly Due To Bad Writing And/Or Lack Of Potential
As all books are placed into the tiered system by how helpful I personally found them, you as a reader may find a book more or less useful to you depending on your own personal circumstances and goals.
The books within the tiers themselves are not ranked, for example, I don’t rate the book currently showing at the top of the tier one books any more helpful than the book displayed at the bottom of the tier one books.
Most of the prices shown are for the paperback version of the book but I picked the vast majority of them up for a couple of dollars for their kindle versions. Due to issues with the Amazon API plugins are currently unable to automatically display the price of digital goods so most of the books can be picked up cheaper than their display prices.
Current Reading Device
- Now available in black or white
- Higher resolution display (300 ppi) - with twice as many pixels
- Built-in adjustable light - read day and night
- No screen glare, even in bright sunlight, unlike tablets
- A single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours
Loving Audible Right Now!
Tier One Books
Tier Two Books
Tier Three Books
Tier Four Books
Tier Five Books
Last update on 2017-11-18 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API