Here is a non-exhaustive list of books I read in 2019. Almost all books I read electronically, the odd one I listen to as an audio book. I’d rather read the real thing, wouldn’t we all, but I consume so much material every day that it is just cheaper and easier to use my Kindle app. I’ve given away hundreds if not thousands of books over the years and every time it breaks my heart a little. These days I am judicious in the books I purchase in hard copy and keep on my tiny bookshelf, if I really love one I read on Kindle I will buy it and add it to the collection.
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The Red Circle – Brandon Webb
First Man In – Ant Middleton
The Forgotten Highlander – Alistair Urquhart
Books rarely leave an impression like this one did. Even if you’re not a fan of the military history genre, this is a book everyone should read to understand what resilience and spirit really means.
The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy SEAL Leader – Jason Redman
Fearless – Eric Blehm
Make Your Bed: Small Things that can Change Your Life and maybe the World – William McRaven
The Only Thing Worth Dying For: How Eleven Green Berets Forged a New Afghanistan – Eric Blehm
A Captain’s Duty – Richard Phillips
Another must read, this book was one of the most moving books I’ve read in recent years.