Marco Rubio names his favorite book of 2015

The Wall Street Journal asked Marco Rubio to name his favorite book of 2015. Here is his response
"I’ve always been fascinated and inspired by the life of Jack Kemp. He was a pro-football quarterback, a nine-term congressman, a major influence on the Reagan Revolution, a housing secretary under President George H.W. Bush and a vice-presidential candidate. Most important, he was an idea man. He believed that the conservative movement was more than just a crystallization of the wisdom of our ancestors; he believed it was a creative force that could renew itself over and over again through the power of ideas and in doing so could renew the promise of America for each generation. In “Jack Kemp: The Bleeding-Heart Conservative Who Changed America,” Morton Kondracke and Fred Barnes trace the extraordinary achievements of this conservative visionary, and they remind us of the great potential—and the great responsibility—of the modern conservative movement to inspire, uplift and restore opportunity to all." 
If you have a favorite book from 2015, list it in comments. (Photo by Michael Vadon - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons