1. World According to Garp – John Irving
2. The Book Thief – Marcus Zusak
3. Solaris – Stanislaw Lem. Now that I have read the book I watched the film version made in the early 1970s by Andrei Tarkovsky, then the recent version with George Clooney. A good film with a fantastic soundtrack.
4. Kingdom of Heaven – The story behind the Ridley Scott Film.
Published by Pocket Books (c) 2005
5. I Peed on Fellini – David Stratton
Memoirs of a lifelong obsession with Film, and The Sydney Film Festival
6. Back of the Napkin – Dan Roam. Using simple drawings for effective communication.
7. Slideology – Nancy Duarte. A fresh new approach to designing and giving presentations.
8. Mother Tongue – Bill Bryson. A book about the English Language.
9. A Whole New Mind – Dan Pink. Brain skills.
10. Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell. Stories of success.
11. Japanamerica – Japanese Pop Culture.
12. View from the Summit – Sir Edmund Hillary. Autobiography.
13. The Rough Guide to Middle Earth.
14. Leonardo – Fritjov Capra.
15. Flight Plan – Brian Tracy.
17. Big Bangs – Howard Goodall. Five major revolutions in Western Music.
18. Unleasing the Idea Virus – Seth Godin.