Jake’s Take’s Book Recommendations: September 2019 Edition

These are the latest Jake’s Take’s Book Recommendations. (Photo property of Jake’s Take)

By: Jacob Elyachar, jakes-take.com

Summer is officially over! Schools and universities are back in session.  Over the summer, Jake’s Take read impeccable books that will help you escape or inspire to upgrade your life.

Fail Until You Don’t: Fight, Grind & Repeat  by Bobby Bones (Paperback version published in 2019)

The American Idol mentor and Dancing with the Stars champion released a collection of stories that showcased some of the lessons he learned from his greatest victories and defeats. This book also includes passages written by his friends: Chris Stapleton, Charlamagne Tha God, and Brooklyn Decker.  He also introduced readers to his slogan: “Fight, Grind, and Repeat,” which he will advise readers to incorporate into their everyday lives.

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do by Amy Morin, LCSW (Paperback version published in 2017)

Amy Morin, LCSW will inspire readers who are struggling with their life with 13 attributes that will positively change their mindset. 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do addresses several topics including embracing change, facing your fears, and training your brain for happiness and success.

Today Matters: 12 Daily Practices To Guarantee Tomorrow’s Success by John C. Maxwell (Paperback version published in 2005)

John C. Maxwell is a master writer when it comes to writing self-help books. In the legendary businessman’s Today Matters, Mr. Maxwell laid out 12 daily practices that will help people reorganize their lives.

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window & Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson (Paperback version published in 2012)

Jonas Jonasson’s international best-selling book focuses on Allan Karlsson, who escapes his nursing home to find adventure. Along the way, he meets an intriguing cast of characters. Also, readers get to see Karlsson’s past and his interaction with historical figures.

Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly (Paperback version published in 2019)

Michael Connelly brought two of his popular characters, Detectives Renee Ballard and Harry Bosch, together for one epic case. Dark Sacred Night showcases how the two California detectives collaborate on a cold case that has haunted Detective Bosch for years.

Strange Hollywood by the Portable Press Editors (Paperback version published in 2019)

The Portable Press editorial team dove deep into Tinseltown’s underbelly and exposed several myths. Topics include scandals, off-camera feuds, and horrific stunts. Strange Hollywood is the perfect book for your pop culture and entertainment industry lover.

The Oracle Year by Charles Soule (Paperback version published in 2019)

Former Superman/Wonder Womanand Death of Wolverine writer Charles Soule wrote the ultimate “What If” story in his first book. Bassist Will Dando receives life-changing information that would rock the world. Unfortunately, Dando’s knowledge makes him the target of powerful and influential adversaries.

Unfreedom of the Press by Mark R. Levin (Hardcover version published in 2019)

Conservative commentator and FOX News host Mark R. Levin tackles the de-evolution of America’s mass media in his new book. In Unfreedom of the Press, he argues that news reporters have lost the trust and faith of the American public, thanks to their allegedly abandonment of integrity and objective journalism.

Songs Of America by Jon Meacham & Tim McGraw

Historian Jon Meacham and country music superstar Tim McGraw round out this edition of Jake’s Take’s Book Recommendations. The duo took readers on a historical journey exploring songs that are a fabric in American history. Songs of America is the perfect book for both history and music lovers.

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