Rob Henderson's Reading List
Many readers have been asking me to put together a reading list.
I finally did it.
My book comes out in exactly 2 weeks. February 20.
To celebrate, I'm giving away my “secret reading list” for free.
I’ve spent several months compiling this list of the most interesting and impactful books I’ve ever read.
31 books in total
Topics include human nature, psychology, social class, and more
My personal summary and reaction for each book (basically mini-reviews explaining why each book is important)
These mini-reviews took a lot more time to write than I’d anticipated. I figured it would take a couple of weeks and instead it took about 4 months.
You can have it for free.
If you are interested in getting it, just follow these two steps:
1. Pre-order a copy of Troubled: A Memoir of Foster Care, Family, and Social Class in whatever format you want (print, ebook, or audiobook)
2. Send a screenshot or photo of your receipt or proof of purchase to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Already purchased a copy? Just send a screenshot of your receipt to email@example.com and you’ll get the secret reading list right away.
And if you don’t receive it within 24 hours, please check your spam/junk.
Links for preorder:
Audible (I narrated the audiobook myself)
Troubled: A Memoir of Foster Care, Family, and Social Class is currently #1 in the “Income Inequality” category on Amazon and is now an Amazon Best Nonfiction Book of February. The Los Angeles Times selected it as one of “10 books to add to your reading list in February.” It will also be featured in the Washington Post, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, The Economist, The National Review, Commentary, Washington Examiner and on FOX News and C-SPAN.
Lots of podcast appearances about my book are coming out soon, including with Chris Williamson (Modern Wisdom podcast), Zuby, Mikhaila Fuller (née Peterson), Triggernometry, Erik Torenberg, Dr. Drew, Jim O'Shaughnessy (Infinite Loops), and many more.