Back in 2013, a coworker told our editor Ashley that The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao is one of the greatest masterpieces of our time. So finally, in 2018, she read it.
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To kick off the new year, we’ve added Fire and Fury, the latest “Red Rising” and “Me Before You” novels, a guide on how to have the greatest year ever, and more.
The long-awaited round-up of books the Scribd team loved most this year.
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This holiday season, we’ve added Tim Ferriss’s latest, a ton of promising debuts, must-read stories from literary mainstays like Michael Chabon, and more.
A national survey revealed that only 12% of Americans think they’re among the most interesting people they know. That got us thinking: What do Americans find interesting?
We’ve added new historical biographies from Walter Isaacson and Ron Chernow, the latest fiction from Jennifer Egan and John Green, provoking business reads from Phil Knight and Steve Case, and more this October.
Why is being interesting so important? A recent study found that being boring could prevent you from landing your dream job.