20 Books Recommendations By @naval On Twitter

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2) The Rational Optimist - Matt Ridley

3) Stories of Your Life and Others - Ted Chiang

4) Poor Charlie's Almanack - Charlie Munger

5) Economics in One Lesson - Henry Hazlitt

6) The Lifecycle of Software Objects - Ted Chiang

9) The Macintosh Way - Guy Kawasaki

14) A Cultural History of Physics - Károly Simonyi

16) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams

17) The Book of Life - J. Krishnamurti

20) The Lord of the Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien

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