Our Favourite Books

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In honor of World Book Day, we asked some of our leadership what their favourite book is and why.

Worldwide CEO Carter Murray:
Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. It talks to the strength of the human spirit, gives perspective on what suffering & perseverance is.

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Global CCO Jonathan Harries:
Taipan by James Clavell. “It’s a boy’s adventure for grownups who never grew up.”

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Chief of Staff Elyssa Phillips:
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. “It always sparks great debate & discussion.”

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Global Chief Talent Officer Cindy Augustine:
A Mercy by Toni Morrison. “The book presents piercing themes of suffering and loss and whether even human mercy and kindness provides an adequate response.”

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FCB’s Global Chief Strategy Officer Nigel Jones:
Goodbye To Berlin by Christopher Isherwood. “Decadence may not always be the best choice but it is always a better read.”

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President of FCB Hamburg and EVP, Global Account Director of Beiersdorf Erika Darmstaedter:
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. “Beautiful and gut-wrenching story telling.”

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