Unless you work from home or live in your office, you commute to work every day. Rather than spend this time idly, we have found commuting to be perfect for catching up on our reading (or audiobooks, if you drive). These are Credence Innovations recommendations for commuters:
• “Outliers: The Story of Success,” by Malcolm Gladwell: One of the qualities that makes any Gladwell book a Credence Innovations favorite is the way he packages his material. He presents profound perceptions and sophisticated hypotheses in a way that makes them seem like common sense. What’s more, he politely condenses his chapters into easily-digestible portions.
• “The Girl on the Train,” by Paula Hawkins: We don’t limit ourselves to nonfiction reading, and this NY Times bestseller is just as gripping as everyone says. This novel will make you wish your commute was a little longer.
• “The Warded Man: Book One of the Demon Cycle,” by Peter V. Brett: This work of fantasy has two things going for it. First, it represents the genre well, transporting the readers to an alternate reality where supernatural powers terrorize humankind. Second, the author wrote the novel to pass the time while commuting!
Reading more is always a good idea, and a daily commute is the perfect time to broaden our minds. For more books on our reading list, follow Credence Innovations Newswire.