Chris Fussell
Book Recommendations

  • Gates of Fire

    Gates of Fire

    Gates of Fire

    Steven Pressfield
    Fiction
    4.37 (34,036)

    At thermopylae, a rocky mountain pass in northern greece, the feared and admired spartan soldiers stood three hundred strong. theirs was a suicide mission, to hold the pass against the invading millions of the mighty persian army.day after bloody day they withstood the terrible onslaught, buying time for the greeks to rally their forces. born into a cult of spiritual courage, physical endurance, and unmatched battle skill, the spartans would be remembered for the greatest military stand in history—one that would not end until the rocks were awash with blood,

    Chris Fussell

    a classic in the special operations community...I think it’s a great work

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  • Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs

    Walter Isaacson
    Biography & Autobiography
    4.15 (1,093,096)

    Walter isaacson's "enthralling" (the new yorker) worldwide bestselling biography of apple cofounder steve jobs. based on more than forty interviews with steve jobs conducted over two years--as well as interviews with more than 100 family members, friends, adversaries, competitors, and colleagues--walter isaacson has written a riveting story of the roller-coaster life and searingly intense personality of a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing. isaacson's portrait touched millions of readers. at a time when

    Chris Fussell

    you know, the Jobs book, was amazing

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  • The Innovators

    The Innovators

    The Innovators

    Walter Isaacson
    Biography & Autobiography
    4.06 (34,772)

    The computer and the internet are among the most important innovations of our era, but few people know who created them. they were not conjured up in a garret or garage by solo inventors suitable to be singled out on magazine covers or put into a pantheon with edison, bell, and morse. instead, most of the innovations of the digital age were done collaboratively. there were a lot of fascinating people involved, some ingenious and a few even geniuses. this is the story of these pioneers, hackers, inventors, and entrepreneurs—who

    Chris Fussell

    Recommended on the Tim Ferriss Show

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