He really could write. One black rights, one religion text, quick read.
92. Ta Hsueh & Chung Yung (The Highest Order Of Cultivation & On The Practice Of The Mean (English translation)
Two of the great-four of Confucian writing. I think the first book was my favorite, and the translation was good.
93. Pope Francis & Spadaro - Open To God, Open To The World (English translation)
A view on what happens when the Pope goes traveling: conversations, answering questions; something for everyone.
94. Miranda & Sun - Gmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks For Me & You
This book is a good friend who always believes in you, wants the best for you, and is always in awe of you being you. Quick reads that inspire.
95. Clayton - Chronicle Of The Pharaohs: The Reign-By-Reign Record Of The Rulers & Dynasties Of Ancient Egypt
Some infromation may have come up after this book was written, but this still gives you a good view to how things rose, were great, and fell - just like with other great countries like this, then and now.
96. Garcia & Miralles - Ikigai: The Japanese Secret To A Long & Happy Life (English translation)
More than just about ikigai; things connected to it, and about a certain Okinawan village also.
97. Majzlik - A Vegan Taste Of India
A bunch of good recipes, though you really do miss having photos here (there is none).
98. Ford - Theology: A Very Short Introduction
It might be a light skim, but you do get a view into it. Christianity used as the example-religion, apples as another (*lol*).
99. Flintoff - How To Change The World
You might think you're too little, and can't change enough, but this might give you courage and certainly some ideas (see list at the end of this book).
100. Norwich - Byzantium: The Early Centuries
Impressive and thorough view into the earlier times of the empire; I will continue reading this trilogy...