July 2, Wednesday afternoon -- Reading Rudolph Giuliani

Reading Leadership, by Rudolph Giuliani. A pile of books was left at his work and this was one of them. He's just started.

The last book he read--Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell, which he said was good, but lacked the punch of The Tipping Point.

He likes authors who are historians--John Keegan, David McCullough, Douglas Brinkley, and Stephen Ambrose. He's been reading history since he was a child and says every bit of information helps.

If he were to write his own book, it'd be about Jews in Germany before the war.

What historians do you like to read?


Marit said...

Would James Michener count as an historian? I love his books!

Jenn said...

Alison Weir, John Jakes, and Walter Isaacson are some I can think of off the top of my head.

Anonymous said...

I really like Simon Winchester's books on the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and Krakatua.

Ms. B. said...

I enjoy reading novels set in a specific time period so I get the feel for that time. Hope that counts!

paustin110 said...

Lalita Tademy who wrote two books set in Louisiana; she was doing a geneology project on her family and it turned into two novels - Cane River and then Red River. They were both awesome.

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