Those of you who’ve been reading my posts for a while know that I depart from securities and governance topics only once each year, to report on my 10 favorite books of the year just gone by. I will point out again that my list consists of the books I read during 2016 and is not limited to books that were published during the year.
By way of introduction, from my literary perspective, 2016 was the best of times and the not-so-good of times. By that I mean that in most years I struggle to limit my choices to my favorite five fiction and non-fiction books, while for 2016 it was hard for me to come up with my remaining books in each category beyond the top one or two.
So much for introductions. My top favorite works of fiction were: Continue Reading