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Collection of Books Read

The following collection was started in 2015. The reason I decided to start it in 2015 is because I would prefer to re-read most of the books that I've read prior to that year.


49). Consciousness and the Brain: Deciphering How the Brain Codes Our Thoughts
Stanislas Dehaene
48). Origin
Dan Brown
47). Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House
Michael Wolff
46). Computer System Architecture: 3rd Edition
M. Morris R. Mano
45). Who's in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain
Michael S. Gazzaniga
44). Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Max Tegmark
43). CodeIgniter for Rapid PHP Application Development
David Upton
42). Concepts of Programming Languages (11th Edition)
Robert W. Sebesta
41). Head First C: A Brain-Friendly Guide 1st Edition
David Griffiths and Dawn Griffiths
40). Head First Algebra: A Learner's Guide to Algebra I
Dan Pilone and Tracey Pilone
39). The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind
Michio Kaku
38). Object-Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns, and Java (3rd Edition)
Bernd Bruegge and Allen H. Dutoit
37). The Professor
Robert Bailey
36). Plato Five Dialogues 2nd Edition
John M. Cooper
35). What if? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions
Randall Munroe
34). Go Set a Watchman
Harper Lee
33). The Einstein Prophecy
Robert Masello
32). The Autobiography of Malcolm X as told by Alex Haley
Alex Haley
31). Mindfulness: How to Live in the Present Moment without Stress and Anxiety
Anne Williams
30). Complete Guide of YouTube to Make Big Following
Harry Jones
29). Instagram Blackbook
Author: J. Holmes
28). Instagram Marketing: Grow Real Followers
Author: Jennifer Puno

27). Divine Madness
Author: Robert Muchamore
26). CSC2310: Principles of Computer Programming
Author: Georgia State University
Author: Sun Tzu
Author: Larry Ullman
Author: Ali Almossawi
Author: George Schlossnagle
Author: Y. Daniel Liang
In Progress (Not Finished)
Author: Harper Lee
Author: Kathleen McGowan

Author: Chris Shiflett
Author: Larry Ullman
Author: Robert Greene
Author: Kathleen McGowan
Authors: Luke Welling | Laura Thomson
Author: Stephen Hawking
Author: Stephen Hawking
Author: Julian Jaynes
Authors: John Marr | John Baldwin
Author: Dan Brown
Author: Dan Brown
Author: Dan Brown
Author: Dan Brown
Author: Dan Brown
Author: Dan Brown
Authors: Ian Caldwell | Dustin Thomason
Author: Rhonda Byrne
Authors: Lynn Beighley | Michael Morrison

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