Bill Gates is back with his summer book list, but this time he has other recommendations too

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Living life under lockdown has left many people with more time on their hands. While some are using this time to take a break from the constant hustle and bustle of daily routine life, others are taking up new activities and trying to cultivate a skill or two while they still can.For those who have been catching up on their reading, billionaire-philanthropist Bill Gates is back with his summer reading recommendations.But this time, in addition to the five new book reviews he usually writes as part of his summer book list, Gates has also included a number of other recommendations.For the book-lovers, here’s Bill Gates’ 2020 summer reading recommendations:The Choice (by Dr Edith Eva Eger)Cloud Atlas (by David Mitchell)The Ride of a Lifetime (by Bob Iger)The Great Influenza (by John M. Barry)Good Economics for Hard Times (by Abhijit V Banerjee and Esther DufloThe Headspace Guide to Meditation and Mindfulness (by Andy Puddicombe)-Moonwalking with Einstein (by Joshua Foer)A Gentleman in Moscow (by Amor Towles)The Rosie Trilogy ( …

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