“Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past”… Would you like to know where do these sentences come from?
All come from books that the Energy Sistem team is reading. In this way, we recommend you some good readings to make the most of your free time.
Enigmatic, amazing, classic or fantasy, our colleagues suggest a list of selected readings for all tastes, from the pure reality to the greater fantasy; there is a wide range of options to choose.
Talking about sagas, we can find A Game of Thrones (George Martin) that will hook you because of the variety of characters, fantasy and intrigue or The Foundation series (Isaac Asimov), and amazing science fiction volumes of the past of the society. Besides trilogies such as: The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins) or Fifty Shades of Grey (E.L. James).
If you are one of those who prefer mystery and intrigue, The Book of Illusions (Paul Auster), Library of the Dead (Glenn Cooper), News of a Kidnapping (Gabriel García Márquez) or Gone Girl (Gillian Flynn), are those books that will keep you hooked till the end of the book.
If, on the other hand, you are one of the romantic ones who enjoy a great love story, we recommend I Want You (Federico Moccia) or Una Tienda en París (Màxim Huerta). In addition, we suggest, Kafka in the shore, a Japanese novel where you would find magic realism.
We also suggest A Short History of Nearly Everything (Bill Bryson) or the biography of Nikola Tesla, that will make you find your own scientific and geek side.
According to the classic novels, one of the novels that can not miss in your shelf is 1984 (George Orwell), introducing the concepts of the omnipresent Big Brother, Room 101 or The Thought Police and Newspeak. Another essential classic is The Magic Mountain (Thomas Mann).
Among all suggestions, the most exotic and original are Toxic People (Bernardo Stamateas), with which you can learn to make your one decisions, Reinventing yourself (Mario Alonso Puig) where you will get to know the human mind or MAUS (Art Spiegelman) where you can live the Holocaust as a Jewish mouse survivor.
Del capitalismo al talentismo (J.Carlos Cubeiro), strategic coach that has visited Enery Sistem, this is one of those interesting books to succeed nowadays, besides The Winter of the World (Ken Follet), with a lovely story.
Finally, those who want to dive into the universe of reflections and beliefs when reading a book, we suggest the work Loving What Is (Byron Katie), Third Degree or The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die (John Izzo).
Have you already chosen your favourite book?