World Book Day, 2nd March 2023 – Cratus Recommends
Today is World Book Day, so take a look at our team’s recommendations for their favourite reads.
- The Ministry of the Future, by Kim Stanley Robinson. Recommended by Nick.
- ” a masterpiece of the imagination, using fictional eyewitness accounts to tell the story of how climate change will affect us all.”
- Fall of Giants, by Ken Follet. Recommended by Lottie.
- “Intricate overlapping storylines that brilliantly tell the political, human and economic story of WW1.”
- The Diary of a Secret Tory MP – Recommended by Dan
- “Set during the final six months of Boris Johnson’s premiership and is a hilarious parody that is all too plausible for comfort. Perfect for someone looking for a good laugh”
- Why We Get the Wrong Politicians, by Isabel Hardman – Recommended by Jon
- “A funny, insightful read which answers a question many of us have been asking recently in an age where politicians increasingly seem to find themselves mired in scandal and ordinary people find themselves disillusioned with politics.”
- A Dirty War, by Anna Politkovskaya – Recommended by Luca
- “ A tough but eye-opening read which details the Chechen wars in an awe inspiring piece of investigative journalism.”
- The Jelly Effect, by Andy Bounds – Recommended by Sarah
- The book claims that “Like throwing jelly at a wall, poor communication never sticks”. It gives simple, sensible and entertaining advice on how to improve all your communications
Other Cratus favourites include
- How to avoid a climate disaster – Bill Gates
- From Acorns… How to Build Your Brilliant Business From Scratch – Caspian Woods
- Getting Things Done the art of stress-free productivity – David Allen
- Speechwriting – Simon Lancaster
- The 7 habits of highly effective people – Stephen R Covey