Books (chronological).

Reading is everything.

A chronological list of books I have read. I am trying to cover or touch on everything since recorded history began.

1. The Universe in a Nutshell, Stephen Hawking

2. The Da Vinci Code, Robert Langdon

3. Leading at The Edge, Dennis N. T. Perkins

5. The Power of Kabbalah, Yehuda Berg

3. The Red String Book, Yehuda Berg

6. The Gospel of Buddha, Paul Carus

7. Tyndale, New Testament, William Tynedale

8. The Jewish Study Bible, Adele Berlin, Marc Zvi Brettler & Michael Fishbane

9. World War One, A Complete History, Martin Gilbert

10. World War Two, A Complete History, Martin Gilbert

11. The State of Africa, Martin Meredith

12. Empire: How Britain Made the Modern World, Niall Ferguson

13. A History of Britain, Vol 1: At the Edge of the World: 3000BC-AD1603, Simon Schama

14. A History of Britain Vol 2: The British Wars: 1603-1776, Simon Schama

15. Navigation: Using your map and compass, Pete Hawkins

16. Isms, Understanding Art, Stephen Little

17. Art, The Whole Story, Stephen Farthing

18. The Ultimate Navigation Manual, Lyle Brotherton

19. An account of the Gold Coast of Africa: with a Brief History of the African Company, Henry Meredith

20. The Causes of the War of Independence, Claude Halstead Van Tyne

21. Republic, Plato

22. The Iliad, Homer

23. The Odyssey, Homer

24. Nichomachean Ethics, Aristotle

25. The Histories, Herodotus

26. Theogony and Works and Days, Hesiod

27. The Voyage of Argo, Apollonius of Rhodes

28. Reformation, Europe’s House Divided, 1490 – 1700, Diarmaid MacCulloch

29. The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels

30. The Great Deception, Christopher Booker & Richard North

31. Europe’s Last Chance, Guy Verhofstadt

32. The Qur’an, Muḥammad ibn ʿAbdullāh

33. The Holy Injil: The Good News According to Luke, Injil Publications

34. Independence: The Tangled Roots of the American Revolution, Thomas P. Slaughter

35. Origins of the First World War, James Joll & Gordon Martel

36. Origins of the Second World War, multi-authored, edited by Robert Boyce & Joseph A. Maiolo

37. The Old Religion in a New World, Mark A. Knoll

38. The Bible, A History, Stephen M. Miller & Robert V. Huber

39. Judaism, History, Belief and Practice, Dan Cohn-Sherbok

40. A History of Writing, Steven Roger Fischer

41. The Story of Writing, Andrew Robinson

42. Judaism and Islam, Abraham Geiger

43. A History of God, Karen Armstrong

44. St Paul, the Misunderstood Apostle, Karen Armstrong

45. The Fathers of The Church, Mike Aquilina

46. Politics, Aristotle

47. The Laws, Plato

48. The Metaphysics, Aristotle

49. Symposium, Plato

50. The Last Days of Socrates, Plato

51. Phaedrus, Plato

52. Timaeus and Critias, Plato

53. Philebus, Plato

54. Protagoras and Meno, Plato

55. Lysis, Laches, Ion, Plato

56. Gorgias, Plato

57. Theaetetus, Plato

58. Charmides, Plato

59. Hippias Greater, Plato

60. Hippias Lesser Plato

61. Cratylus, Plato

62. Euthydemus, Plato

63. Menexenus, Plato

64. Parmenides, Plato

65. Sophist, Plato

66. Statesman, Plato

67. An Essay on Colonization, Particularly Applied to the Western Coast of Africa, With Some Free Thoughts On Cultivation and Commerce, Carl Bernhard Wadström.

68. Journal of a Residence in Ashantee, Comprising Notes and Researches Relative to the Gold Coast, and the Interior of Western Africa, Chiefly Collected From Arabic mss. And Information Communicated by the Moslems of Guinea, Joseph Dupuis

69. A New and Accurate Description of The Coast of Guinea, William Bosman

70. Barbot on Guinea, The writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa 1678-1712, Volume I, Jean Barbot, edited by Paul Hair

71. Barbot on Guinea, The writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa 1678-1712, Volume 2, Jean Barbot, edited by Paul Hair

72. The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea, Volume 1, Gomes Eannes de Azurara

73. The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea, Volume 2, Gomes Eannes de Azurara

74. The Voyages of Cadamosto and Other Documents on Western Africa in the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century, Gerald Roe Crone

75. Bartolomeu Dias, Ernst Georg Ravenstein, William Brooks Greenlee, Pero Vaz de Caminha

76. The White Africans, From Colonisation to Liberation, Gerald L’Ange

77. The Rise And Fall Of Apartheid, David Welsh

78. Democracy, A History, John Dunn

79. Understand The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Teach Yourself, Stewart Ross

80. The Battle For Syria, International Rivalry In The New Middle East, Christopher Phillips

81. Making Sense Of The Troubles, David McKittrick & David McVea

82. The Boer War, Thomas Pakenham

83. Patterns of Democracy, Arend Lijphart

84. The Four Voyages, Christopher Columbus

85. Political Philosophy, Adam Swift

86. The Holocaust, The Human Tragedy, Martin Gilbert

87. Five Letters of Cortes to the Emperor: 1519-1526, Hernan Cortes

88. The Word of God Encyclopedia, Humbleness, Nelly Kamal Ghabbour

89. The CBT Handbook, Pamela Myles, Roz Shafran

90. Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader, edited by Les Back and John Solomos

91. Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, Sixth Edition, James D. Mauseth

92. A Book of American Explorers, Thomas Wentworth Higginson

93. The Great Explorers of North America: Complete Biographies, Historical Documents, Journals & Letters: Eric the Red, Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Amerigo Vespucci, Jaques Cartier, Henry Hudson & Samuel de Champlain, by Julius Emil Olson, Edward Everett Hale and Elizabeth Hodges

94. Conquistadors, Michael Wood

95. The Tempest, William Shakespeare

96. Macbeth, William Shakespeare

97. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare

98. Hamlet, William Shakespeare

99. Know Your Bible, David Dailey

100. The Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) with the Apocrypha, by Anonymous