The book I’m talking about today, Factfulness by Hans Rosling, may be a bit of a departure from the norm around here – it’s non-fiction for one thing – but it very much relates to the concepts of narrative and storytelling.
If you’re a fan of TED talks, you may already be familiar with Hans Rosling and his storytelling with numbers. Last I checked, his talks have been viewed more than 35 million times after all.
The tagline for the book is:
Ten reasons we’re wrong about the world – and why things are better than you think.
Who doesn’t want to be wrong about the world and read some proof about how it is better than we think? Continue reading