Summer reading list: 70+ book picks from TED speakers and attendees

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The tables in bookstores can be overwhelming: Every book cover looks appealing, every blurb glows with praise. Sometimes, you just need a recommendation from a human, someone you trust. Below, 10 members of the TED community — with very different points of view — share the books they think you’ll enjoy this summer. Their selections are wonderfully untethered to new releases and bestsellers, with a little something for everyone. - Mind-bending fiction, picked by David Eagleman - Books on art and race, picked by Anne Pasternak - Illuminating nonfiction, picked by Bill Gates - Incredible interviews, picked by Dave Isay - Haunting novels, picked by Ava DuVernay - Books on historical moments, picked by David Rothkopf - Books on creativity, picked by Tony Fadell - Books on privacy, picked by Christopher Soghoian - Books on identity, picked by Janet Mock - Thought-provoking fiction, picked by Nadia Goodman
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