1. Autobiography of Mark Twain
The Autobiography of Mark Twain showcases the author’s life from his childhood to his adultery. In this book, you will find a variety of different elements in Mark’s life including the drama, laughter, creativity and much more. It’s a great read for people who are a big fan of Mark Twain.
2. Chronicles by Bob Dylan
It’s worth a read for those who highly appreciates music and Bob Dylan himself. Throughout his life, you will find that Bob Dylan has always been passionate about his music career. The book tells you about his life when he was younger and how he landed his first album in the music industry.
3. The diary of a young girl by Anne Frank
The books contain about Anne’s life during the World War 2 and her constant struggle as being a Jewish girl during that era. The book details her life’s experience as a young girl which revolves around friendships, love and Anne’s education.
4. Dreams from My Father by Barack Obama
Former President Barack Obama’s autobiography entails about his early struggles with racism and his previous relationship experiences between his families. The book is beautifully written, and a must have collection for any book lovers.
5. A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway
Ernest Hemingway is one of the best writers that has ever lived in history. The book talks about Ernest’s life experience as a young aspiring writer in the 1920s. It also contains his daily activities and conversations he’s had while living in Paris. It’s an inspiring read for aspiring writers like Ernest.
6. Losing my Virginity by Richard Branson
If you’ve come across the ‘Virgin’ brand, then you’ve probably heard of Richard Branson. Richard is one of the most successful and richest entrepreneurs in his generation. Throughout the book, you will find out how Richard Branson made his way to success and how his philosophy of ‘’Oh screw it, let’s do it’, changed his life. It’s a perfect read for anyone who is looking to create their own business.