Any good nonfiction books you can recommend me?Any good nonfiction books you can recommend me? Sasha #recommend #nonfiction
What kind of interests do you have?
anything, like memoirs, facts, historical, self-help etc ?
Try Righteous Anger by Juley Howard and Faith Moulin
The Discovery of France.
American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon by Steven Rinella
Diary of a Secret State by Jan Karski is an incredible account of his time in the Polish underground resistance as a spy in occupied Poland, secret identities and smuggling himself in and out of the ghettos and death camps to bring evidence of the horrors back to the allies. Reads like a blockbuster, vivid and tense, just incredible. Unbelievable bravery!
SPQR by Mary Beard
My Animals and Other Family.
If you haven’t read it, In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. Great read.
This is on my tbr
@Kerry it’s a compelling read.
Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom. Not too long. I found it interesting.
Sapiens. The book is good but I liked the British accent of the audiobook narrator. It’s a little of everything since the beginning of humanity. Liked it enough to listen twice.
@Jeff Sapiens is waiting patiently in my bookcase for its turn.
I also enjoyed that book. Have you read his second book?
Homo Deus was also good. Can’t wait to read 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. Just swapped some Audible credits to get it.
Glad to hear the second one is good. I have it in my pile. Also looking forward to the third one too!
Also enjoyed the audio version of Spark Joy.
With the Old Breed by Dr. Eugene Sledge. He wrote a WW2 memoir. The prose is vivid and stark, beautifully rendered. I’ve read it twice.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and At The Dark end of the Street, The Cosmos
Anything about The Krays
This sounds really good
Salt: A History, by Mark Kurlansky.
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou
Sum It Up by Pat Summitt
Yes Please by Amy Poehler.
The Sun Does Shine, by Anthony Ray Hinton
The Other Wes Moore
Winter by Rick Bass. The Secret Knowledge of Water by Craig Childs.
I loved the book written by Anderson Cooper & his mom who is the famous Gloria Vanderbuilt. There is nothing political in this book. It is very interesting!!!
The Good Girls Revolt by Lynn Povich. It’s about the women journalists who basically sued to get equal pay and equal treatment from Newsweek/ Time in the late 70s/ early 80s.
Open Andre Agassi
Anything by David Sedaris.
I’m still reliving the images of his jokes years after reading them. ?