Each January, I depart from my focus on securities law and corporate governance matters to cite my top 10 books of the year gone by – five each in fiction and non-fiction. As always, my top 10 list reflects books that I’ve read, rather than books that were published, during the year.
My reading tastes seem to have changed a tad in 2017. Specifically, two of my fiction favorites were not at all the kind of books that I thought I’d like. In the non-fiction area, if you’d asked me my favorite type of book at the beginning of the year, I doubt that I’d have mentioned biography and memoirs, yet they comprised three of my top non-fiction works. I’ll also note that coming up with a fifth non-fiction favorite was a bit challenging, as only four really blew me away.
With that as prologue, here goes: Continue Reading My top 10 books of 2017