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The most transformative books of all time

The most transformative books of all time

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By Darko Savic on Aug 25, 2020

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The Last Temptation of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis (1955)

[1] Kazantzakis, N. (2012). The Last Temptation of Christ [Scribd version]. Retrieved from: https://www.scribd.com/book/224253705/The-Last-Temptation-of-Christ

[2] Kazantakis, N. (2012). Report to Greco [Scribd version]. Retrieved from: https://www.scribd.com/book/224747688/Report-to-Greco

by Ana Suarez on Oct 29, 2020

Three Great books

by Mohammad Shazaib on Aug 25, 2020

Ernest Hemingway – The Old Man and the Sea

by Juran K. on Aug 27, 2020

Always a clash between the two in my case...

by Anja M on Sep 03, 2020

A (not so) humble "Apology" of Socrates, by Plato

by Matteo Ferrari on Oct 23, 2020

'The Kite runner' by Khaled Hosseini

by Nitish Sharma on Oct 25, 2020

"Sapiens" by Yuval Noah Harari

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 26, 2020

Shubhankar Kulkarni a month ago
"Sapiens" is a more serious kind of a book. For a fun read, try "It's not you, it's biology" by Joe Quirk. Although, the latter talks only about the biological aspect of humans. "Sapiens" talks about, more or less, everything related to humans - history, religion, capitalism, revolutions, you name it.

1984, George Orwell

by Martina Pesce on Oct 26, 2020

The 4 disciplines of execution by C. McChesney, S. Covey and J. Huling

by Darko Savic on Nov 02, 2020

One Hundred Years of Solitude

by Subash Chapagain on Nov 03, 2020

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