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By Sarah Begley and TIME
March 29, 2017

Bill Gates is a very busy man, but as his admirers know, he makes time to read. The Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist regularly reviews books on his website and formulates lists of his favorite books of the year, or the best ones on a given subject. Here is every book he’s ever recommended on his website, from highly academic texts to The Hunger Games.

Note: In the assorted reviews category, we left off books that had been included in other lists — but when the same book appeared on multiple reading lists, we allowed the repetition.

My Favorite Books of 2016

5 Books to Read This Summer, 2016

The Best Books I Read in 2015

Beach Reading (and More), 2015

6 Books I Recommended for TED 2015

The Best Books I Read in 2014

Good Disease Books, 2014

6 Books I’d Recommend, 2014

10 Books Melinda and I Recommended to the TED Crowd, 2014

The Best Books I Read in 2013

Bonuses:

My Summer Reading List, 2013

Great Books on Science and Innovation, 2013

A Year-End Reading List, 2013

My Top Reads of 2012

Books I Read this Summer, 2012

More Great Summer Reading, 2012

Great Summer Reading, 2012

Assorted book reviews:

This article originally appeared on Time.com

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