Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins is an educational and eye opening look at what many people fear is true but cannot prove.
I hope they serve Beer in Hell by Tucker Max is an entertaining read, not for the faint of heart.
Pompeii by Robert Harris is an interesting look at the eruption of Pompeii through the eyes of historical figures as well as pure fictional ones. The novel includes a good description of the city and the way of life that historians have sculpted the culture based on various assumptions. Centered around the aqueducts and their […]
Killing Che by Chuck Pfarrer, while technically non-fiction, this action packed novel includes historically accurate aspects of the end of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guavara’s life. Included are the basics on Guevara’s last stand while attempting to lead a revolution in Bolivia. The story takes you through the escalation and significance of the inevitable Bolivian revolution. ’Killing […]
Back on Road (Otra Vez), a Journey through Latin America, by Ernesto Che Guevara is the follow up to the Motorcyle Diaries, though still enlightening, is a bit slower than the first installment. This is potentially due to the removal of some sections of the original text due to the hope of keeping the main […]
The Motorcycle Diaries by Ernesto Guevara, better known as ‘Che’, is what has now become a classic, partially due to the movie, this biographical story takes the reader on a journey through South America with young Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara. A great way to get to know the revolutionary and better understand why his life went […]
A twisting and turning mystery novel that centers around the profit made by companies exploiting the environment.