Bill Gates publishes his annual book selection

Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft published Five summer reading books on the Gates Notes blog.

So, the first piece was “Power”, by Naomi Alderman. This is a science fiction novel that Gates was recommended by his eldest daughter, Jennifer.

“Reading The Force has made me better understand the injustice and abuse faced by many women. I express my gratitude to the activists working with these problems in the US and around the world,” the billionaire wrote.

The list also includes the book “Lincoln Highway” by Amor Towles. According to Gates, this is the adventure story of a teenager traveling with his siblings and friends.

Gates also suggested reading Kim Stanley Robinson’s Ministry of the Future. This is also a science fiction novel about climate change.

“Robinson delivers a compelling story filled with exciting ideas and people,” said the Microsoft co-founder.

Also on the list are Why We’ve Been Polarized by Ezra Klein and How the World Really Works by Vaclav Smil. According to Gates, these books are a good example of non-fiction.

Formerly saidBill Gates admitted to using Microsoft Surface computers.

Source: Gazeta


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