{ "_id": "5e82a693e644d6002d41262a", "_isBlocked": false, "creationDate": "2020-03-31T02:10:27.206Z", "categories": [], "description": "This bowl is designed to share insights from books we will read together. Insights of others are invaluable. ", "relatedCrowdIds": [ "5e77c585cba148001ab93ed9", "5c751b9f2f6b98001bc666f8", "552d1d24dc1c586b09d2d051", "564a5cdb94887803001dd07c", "552d1d24dc1c586b09d2d052", "553769a790f5eebe1d2a0f92", "5565cfca8b2b9a03009acf57", "56fd40e29238700e00b5ee4a", "56c75c3c1dc12b0a0097ccb0", "575591bd4715870e00d30511", "5d0a757f66884500200aff25", "5e44a0502f1e18002126b356", "5e4bca4d473da1001b53cb24", "5e7169c6c917a6001ba5fefc", "5e8d00ee065ee5002135bc2f", "63c7b55b3b4cbc0052c7df17" ], "fishIconColor": "6b0b0b", "hideNumberOfUsers": false, "iconUrl": "https://dslntlv9vhjr4.cloudfront.net/bowls_images/ngdGDaePkXbM6.png", "rectangleIconUrl": "", "isLocked": false, "isCommentsEnabled": false, "isPublic": false, "handleUrl": "reading-club", "isVisible": true, "name": "Reading Club :)", "networkingEnabled": false, "numberOfNetworkingUsers": 13, "numberOfUsers": 1209, "type": 2, "bowlType": "58e6c35170558a0016aae959", "bowlTypeName": "Custom Bowl", "background": { "from": "A46600", "to": "D16500" }, "roomEnabled": false, "requestToJoinSettings": { "isJoinReasonRequired": false, "shouldRequestPhoto": false, "isMultipleChoiceEnabled": false }, "bowlTypes": [ { "bowlTypeId": "58e6c35170558a0016aae959", "bowlTypeName": "Custom Bowl" } ], "currentMonthPosts": 1, "suggestedIndustry": { "_id": "552d1d24dc1c586b09d2d051", "name": "Consulting", "iconUrl": "https://dslntlv9vhjr4.cloudfront.net/crowd_images/q6ousBABT88sI.png", "crowdIconUrl": "https://dslntlv9vhjr4.cloudfront.net/crowd_images/KF6SyAmqgD6Ae.png" }, "noIndex": false, "lastView": "" }
This bowl is designed to share insights from books we will read together. Insights of others are invaluable.
Sign up to access more conversations in this bowl 🔑

Just finished this story. I highly recommend it. It was soooooo good.

Post Photo
like

Hey! Any ladies in their 20s who are local to NYC and enjoy reading thrillers, romance, and/or sci fi?
Im looking to recruit some new besties for my new bookclub. Super informal but it’ll be fun and light—nothing too burdensome.

Authors will include but aren… more

like

Has anyone been able to find a book club they enjoy? If yes, how did you find one/create one? Currently only really have one friend who reads similar books as me and wish I could chat with others abou… more

like

I haven’t read a book in a longtime. I would like to go back to those days. Please suggest some light books to start over. Also I’m looking to build a home library what’s the most economic way to star… more

like

If you’re looking for a fun summer book to read (or listen to), I suggest this one! I’ve had the audiobook for awhile but couldn’t bring myself to listen after he died.

Things have been tough for me lately and I decided that hearing his voice might help. Let me tell you - hearing him tell his own story has been MAGICAL! It just puts a smile on my face!

Post Photo
like

Any book recommendations for fiction coming-of-age novels set in “dark” circumstances (past, present, or future/sci-fi)? For example, I really enjoyed All The Light We Cannot See (WW2), the Orphan Mas… more

like

I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys is a great read for anyone looking for a new book.

Any other recommendations out there?

like

Hi!
I’ve been looking for a book that touches on life in America during the Vietnam war. The protest movement, pentagon papers, rock and roll. Impartial to fiction or non-fiction.

I’d like to learn more about this time in Amer… more

like

I’m considering Gravity’s Rainbow. As a lawyer who reads hundreds of pages not for fun a day, how fucked am I?

like

This is a bit different than what people have posted but this is the book that I can’t wait to read. I’m always looking for ways to improve my sleep, I know I’ll never be an eight hour a night person but I am well over seven hours and it has made a world of difference in my health!

Post Photo

I’m in a rut. Ever since I had my daughter 5 months ago I haven’t read anything other than magazine articles. Looking for a fun page Turner to get back into the swing of things. Something in a similar… more

like

Im so glad I found this bowl! Does anyone want to share what they are reading at the moment?

Did anyone read this yet ? I'm not sure how much I liked the paragraph long sentences but it has some very distinctive Kafkaesque tones. The book has already seen widely different reviews from different political camps. Ex-McKinsey & Company consultants are really becoming mainstream authors now.

Post Photo
helpful

Any good book recommendations? Looking for fiction. I love books like Anxious People, Midnight Library, Waiting for Godot (theatre play)

like

Got this little gem as part of a bundle for my classroom. Absolutely delightful! Set in 1946 in Chicago, Cline-Ransome does a magical job of describing how a young boy struggles with death, moving, bullying, and learning of his own heritage. I can’t wait to share this with my students!

Post Photo
like

Godot is the Call from the recruiter which never came...
This was the most pertinent book which I picked after getting rejected from all of MBB at the resume stage or never hearing back from boutiques like OW despite getting in all the networking, resume review sessions and referrals in. The frustration only intensifies absurdism lol.
In hindsight, Existentialists are not the best people to read during dwindling confidence xD. Great book though otherwise

Post Photo
like

Has anyone read ugly love? 🫣

like

I'd heard a lot about Evelyn Waugh as a wickedly funny author much in the vein of a Wilde and Wodehouse. Though I didn't find him as ingenious as Wodehouse but his plots were quite engaging. A nice read !!

Post Photo
like

The whole book is just an exercise in wholesomeness. The book reads like a script and no wonder it's getting adapted on the big screen with Tom Hanks playing the titular character.

Post Photo
like

Just read this rather fun book spanning across quite an eclectic scope. Landsberg is one of my fav economics writer who has a snarky sense of humor and gets you thinking about obvious stuff.

Post Photo
like

What are some books that have absolutely helped you either working in the investment management space or even just personal investing?

like

Anyone have any recs for good online/virtual book clubs?

like

does anyone know of any books related to the phenomenon of “gifted child burnout”?

like

Anyone like reading social investigative journalism( Red Notice, Empire of Pain, Bottle of Lies) but don’t let them affect your outlook in life? How?

like

I am studying for MBA and need 3 books. They are very expensive to buy, so I am wondering if any of you have access to a soft copy that you can share.
> Management Research: Applying the Principles by Susan Rose, Nig… more

like

Do you have a reading goal for 2022? I've read 3 books already this year and want to try to finish 60 before the end of the year.

like

Any sci-fi fans here? I recently read this book - blindsight. Absolutely delightful! It's one of those hard sci-fi novels and I'll be honest i didn't understand about 25% of all the concepts.. but eve… more

like

What’s everyone reading this weekend?

Post Photo
like

I've read so much during the pandemic - I'm mostly an SFF reader but have also got into some other genres including litfic, memoir and some nonfic (econ, history).
I'm reading The City We … more

like

I read a lot of everything. Just joining. Just discovered Les Croart. I may have misspelled.

like

Reading The Anomaly by Hervé Le Tellier and thinking about the last time I was on a turbulent flight 🤔

like

Just finished The Vanishing Half... any book recommendations for the holiday break?

Post Photo
like

Folks, wife told me I have too many books and some need to be packed and go to the store room. What should I pack them in so they are still accessible? Any suggestions?

like

Usual Cruelty by civil rights attorney Alec Karakatsanis -- a book about how lawyers choose and perpetuate injustice. If anyone wants to read and discuss please comment below!

like

Anyone have a reading recommendation for navigating office politics, especially “managing up” ? I’m reading Influence without Authority and it’s starting off very well and I think I want to explore th… more

like
That was just a preview…
Sign Up to see all discussions
  • Discover what it’s like to work at companies from real professionals
  • Get candid advice from people in your field in a safe space
  • Chat and network with other professionals in your field
Sign up in seconds to unlock all discussions on Fishbowl.

Already a user?
Login here

Share

Embed this post

Copy and paste embed code on your site

Preview

Download the
Fishbowl app

See what’s happening in your industry
from the palm of your hand.

A phone with Fishbowl app

Send download link to your phone

OR

Scan your QR code to download
Fishbowl app on your mobile

By continuing you agree to Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Messaging rates may apply

Download app

Sign up for free to join this community on Fishbowl

By continuing you agree to Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Already have an account? Log in

Sign up for free to continue using Fishbowl

By continuing you agree to Terms of Use(New) and Privacy Policy(New)
Messaging rates may apply

Already have an account? Log in

For account settings, visit Fishbowl on Desktop Browser or

General

Legal