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My book recommendation: v2

So let’s continue from where we left.
Brotherhood of  Warriors: Behind Enemy Lines with a Commando in One of the World's Most Elite Counterterrorism Units

This book is one of the hidden gems. My respect for Israel multiplied when I read this book. Brutally honest it takes you to the journey of “black-ops”, coveted Mosad and most important the camaraderie and brotherhood that exists between author and his buddies.  I liked the determination of Aaron to join IDF and make his way among the best of the warriors. Moving from BeverleyHills to Israel is never easy.  You watch “Haider “  and learn the word Chutzpah but it was initially used in  this book. I loved it for Krav-Maga, leadership ,  human intelligence, history of counter-terror warfare and the honest way in which Aaron writes his story. Won’t spill the beans further.  This is a collector’s edition.

Start-up Nation by Dan Senor and Saul Singer

This is one of the finest books I have read on technology. Giving complete disregard to …

My book recommendation: v1

Short-listing few books from Plethora of awesome books  available in the universe is a daunting task. I must confess finding  a great book to  read is usually a difficult thing for me. Recommendation engine of GoodReads and Amazon are my brothers in arm for this. Hidden helps come from some of my friends like AmericanObama who has an eclectic taste and some other modes as well which serves as my lifeline. So I will try to list down the books, which I think must be read by all in lifetime at least once. Some of them are well known and some are hidden gems. So let’s start:-

1. Open by Andre Agassi :

I have to admit this book started my inclination towards reading and I discovered that books are awesome and must be read to keep my brain working. Andre Agassi is a world famous athlete and he takes you through his journey in the most honest way. Brooke shields and Steffi Graf do account for the attraction but it’s something else that will keep you hooked across 300 pages.…