You can learn a lot about a person by what he reads. Here´s some of my favorites;

( UPDATE: Read more of what I love to read here.)

Herman Hesse: The Fairy Tales.

One of my favorites. Beautiful.

Guy Kawasaki: Art of the Start

Excellent book for people who´d like to start something. Inspirational

Matt Mason: The Pirate´s Dilemma

Remix. Respect. Finally a book on the topic that resonated. Thanks!

Chip & Dan Heath: Made To Stick

Ideas. Make ideas that stick!

Irvin D. Yalom: When Nietsche Wept

A fictive meeting with Nietsche. Loved it!

Charlene Li, Josh Bernof: Groundswell

The Forrester team breaks it down. Great examples.

Michel Houellebeq: Whatever

The one that sparked my curiosity about this author.

Michel Houellebeq: The Elementary Particles

With this book he became the favorite of them all.

Michel Houellebeq: Platform

I could not stop reading. Maybe his best.

Michel Houellebeq: The Possibility of an Island

After reading his last book I could only feel sorrow for having to wait for his next.

Malcolm Gladwell: The Tipping Point – How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

Interesting and thoughtful for all creatives.

Malcolm Gladwell: Blink – The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

More food for strategic decisions.

Fernando Pessoa: The Book of Disquiet

Still reading it. Made a huge impression on me.

Jesper Kunde: Corporate Religion

The book I read while starting my company.

David Lynch: Catching the Big Fish

A little book that inspired me.

Thomas Mann: The Magic Mountain

A book that left me thinking for days.

Mikael Niemi: Popular Music from Vittula

This is where I come from. And funny as hell.

Per Petterson: Out Stealing Horses

Believe the hype. It´s fantastic.

Siri Hustvedt: What I Loved

Not only clever, but engaging. An intelligent book.

Knut Hamsun: Growth of the Soil

One of the first books that made a huge impression on me.

Rian Malan: My Traitor´s Heart

It´s about South Africa. But also about oneself. Brutal and honest.

Amos Oz: A Tale of Love and Darkness

A brick of a book. Broadened my mind.

Mikhail Bulgakov: The Master and Margarita

Mid 20´ties and you get this book. Your lost.