22 October 2020

Discover this month’s unique selection recommended by One UniCredit readers…happy reading!

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Looking for fresh inspiration for your lunch break read or for the darkening autumnal nights? Following the success of this article on five influential books to read during your lunchbreak, many of you sent recommendations on other books you couldn’t put down.


Discover this month’s unique selection recommended by One UniCredit readers…happy reading!

1 Expert Secrets by Russel Brunson

“I am currently reading ‘Expert Secrets’ by Russel Brunson. It is a book that I find very useful.  The main theme is how to convert visitors to your site into long-term customers, for those who want to put their “expert” skills to good use on the internet!”

Giulio Cesare Cipollone

2 42 degrees by Wolf Harlander

“This thriller deals with global warming and the associated consequences: water scarcity, forest fires, collapse of infrastructures, etc. I believe the book is worth reading because these scenarios may not be that far removed from us. We also experience summers which are too hot, we have too little rain, associated crop failures, etc. A book that certainly makes you think.”


Stephan Fickel

3 The Celestine Prophecy of James Redfield

“An adventure in search of the meaning of our existence and which, through the events of the novel, provides a message to what happens in our lives. The book spent 165 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list.”


Riccardo Giudici

4 Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

“An excellent, bestselling  novel, with a story which follows two timelines that slowly intertwine. The first timeline describes the life and adventures of a young girl growing up isolated in North Carolina from 1952–1969. The second timeline follows a murder investigation of Chase Andrews, a local celebrity of Barkley Cove, a fictional coastal town of North Carolina. Such a nice book that they’re now making a movie from it!”


Christian Brudereck


5 Outliers – the story of success by Malcolm Gladwell

“I found this book really motivating because it inspires everyone to believe that competences, focus and training are the three main ingredients to succeed in any field. The book implies that there are only a few talents we are naturally born with, and most of our skills are nurtured by a constant application in study, training and hard work.”


Daniele Cesaro


Have you been inspired by a book? Send us your suggestions by sending an email to onebank@unicredit.eu and we’ll include the best ones in our next book review. Happy reading!