Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond (18/22)

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This nonfiction classic paints a rich and broad history of the world. It is a sweeping introduction to understanding how different cultures have arrived at their respective places in the modern world. Every man in their 20s could glean from this book. It blends historical, geographical and anthropological elements to put our world into perspective. Readers will realize how short human history really is and how far we still have to go as a global society.

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