A few books I recommend

So when I was young, I was never one of those kids that enjoyed reading all that much. I used to like the famous five and goosebumps, but that is about as far as it went with things that stimulated my mind while reading.

Moving into adult life I made a conscious effort to read more often, one was to improve my English as I've never had the best written English. The other was because I had finally started to find subjects that I enjoyed reading. To cut a long story short, I only ever read about factual things, whether it be documentaries, technical or biographies. If this is the sort of thing, you are into here are some things I have recently finished reading, and I think are well worth a look at:

Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton

Steve Jobs, The Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson

Seven Deadly Sins: My Pursuit of Lance Armstrong by David Walsh

Bringing Down the House: How Six Students Took Vegas for Millions by Ben Mezrich