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Bill Gates’ Reading List

billgatesEver wish you could read like Bill Gates? The entrepreneur has created a list of books on his virtual bookshelf which includes more than 130 books that he has read recently or is currently reading.

Books on the list include: Why Does College Cost So Much? by Robert Archibald and David Feldman; Interventions by Kofi Annan; The Cost of Hope by Amanda Bennett; World on the Edge by Lester R. Brown; and How to Spend $50 Billion to Make the World a Better Place by Bjorn Lomborg.

On his website, Gates includes images of these books along with the book’s description and sometimes his personal review. He also shares the status of if he has read the book yet. Readers can comment on his reviews, as well as on each of the book’s in the book’s listing page.

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