King of the World – Written by David Renwick, King of the World is a biography about boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Unlike previous biographies about the cultural icon, this book dives deeper into his social and political impact outside of the ring.
Steve Jobs – Walter Isaacson dives deep into the life of Steve Jobs, the co-founder and eventual CEO of Apple. As the leader of one of the world’s largest, most profitable, and innovative companies, Jobs left behind a legacy worth chronicling, and Isaacson does just that in this award-winning book.
Churchill: A Life – Published in 1991 and written by Martin Gilbert, this biography chronicles the life of the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Winston Churchill. Gilbert explores Churchill’s public and private life, painting a lasting picture of one of the most influential politicians of the 20th century.