Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corporation and well-known philanthropist suggests his five favourite books of 2021.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Tuesday gave a list of records of his favorite books he has read in the last 10years. The billionaire philanthropist said he was obsessed with science fiction as a child & as he got older, he started reading a lot more non-fiction. Recently, though, I have found myself drawn following to the kinds of books.
I really enjoyed reading these five books within this year. I think you will, too! Gates, 66, wrote on his social media account. He included a video of his recommending the books; as well as a link to his blog. The list includes a mix of fantasy and non-fiction literature.
Bill Gates wrote that he really enjoyed reading the following five books this 2021, and think you will too: https://t.co/ClGjkmM3Xh
Here are Bill Gates’s top five books of 2021
- Jeff Hawkins’s A Thousand Brains: A New Theory of Intelligence
- The Code Breaker: Gene Editing, Jennifer Doudna, and the Future of the Human Race, by Walter Isaacson
- Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara and the Sun
- Maggie O’Farrell’s Hamnet
- Andy Weir’s Project Hail Mary.
Read the full article review of each book by Bill Gates here.
Last month, he proclaimed that his book on climate change, which is named “How To Avoid A Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have And The Findings We Need”, will be open and ready for free for all university and college students.
Gates stepped down as Microsoft president in 2008; and continued on the company’s board of directors until March 2020. The former Microsoft chief, one of the richest men in the business world, and his wife Melinda declared their divorce in May, after 27 years of marriage completion.