The true story of Johnny Cash’s greatest album is a sad one.
More adventures with Nuclear Physicist Richard Feynman, including his inclusion on the Space Shuttle Challenger investigation.
*****One of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century was also one of the funniest. From fixing radios by thinking, to arguing with Einstein, to cracking safes at Los Alamos, Feynmann never ceases to entertain.
***The story of 80’s rock star Pat Benatar and how she went from opera to rock’n’roll with a little help from Frank Sinatra along the way.
Just picked this by random in the bookstore, ended up reading the whole thing on the spot. Inspiring story of a young wrestler, now MMA star Henry Cejudo.
According to almost everyone I know who ever met the guy, Steve Jobs was a jerk. But he was a highly effective jerk who made a lot of good things happen.
An exceptionally well written book chronicling the rise of Bobby Fischer and his battle with the Russian chess monolith.
Paine was intellectually gifted but socially retarded, so he’s sort of become a role model for me. lol.