What’s your favourite non-fictional book?What’s your favourite non-fictional book? Jan-Hendrik #questionnaire #nonfiction
Devil in the White City
Diary of Anne Frank
Let’s Talk About Pep by Sandra “Pepa” Denton
I just listened to this the other night. I give it 5 stars
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The Feminist Lie.
Art of Seduction.
Tao of Pooh.
De of Piglet.
Ching of Tigger.
Lads Before the Wind!
Enlightenment Now – Steven Pinker.
Bridges of Madison county
Dominique Moceanu her Auto biography and tied with shake hands with the Devil by Romeo dallaire
Far From the Tree- Andrew Solomon
Robert Kennedy and His Times
by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Stalingrad, Antony Beevor.
The Gift of Fear by Gavin Debecker.
I enjoy non-fiction books about WWII, particularly the naval warfare aspect. It’s hard for me to pick one favorite, but the one I read most recently was, No Greater Glory by Dan Kurzman. Currently reading Abandon Ship by Richard Newcomb.
Mostly WWII stuff. If I want to get depressed I read books about royalty and their struggles ??
Common Ground by Anthony Lukas.
So many good ones, but one of my favorites is Blue Highways, by William Least Heat Moon. A journey around America on the roads less traveled, meeting interesting people and cultures along the way.
On Writing/Stephen King
Head Down/Stephen King
Harrowing but both “Helter Skelter” and “One Of Us” are outstanding.
The glass castle
In recent years, Dear Mom: A Snipers Vietnam by Joseph T Ward. Great insight into a war that history wants to forget.
The glass castle ?
My Father’s Paradise: A Son’s Search For His Jewish Past in Kurdish Iraq, the Diary of Anne Frank, and Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear.
Born a crime
Appetite for America is the only one I can think of right now. 🙂
Unbroken, Lost City of the Monkey God, Code Girls, Flyboys and Dead Wake.
Unbroken is very good ?
Devil in the White City by Erik Larson
The Simpson’s book of forensic medicine
The Silk Roads by Peter Frankopan.
the four-volume HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES by Winston Churchill, for which he won the Nobel Prize for Literature
A Short History of Nearly Everything
This sounds pretty interesting
I love it!
Grit by Angela Duckworth. ..I’m in field of organizational development and love books about performance improvement
“A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the great betrayal” by Ben McIntyre.
Educated by Tara Westover
Anything and everything by Bill Bryson, or Tim Cahill!
Currently, because I’m in the middle of reading it again for the fourth or fifth time: “Hackers – Heroes of the Computer Revolution” by Steven Levy
Mindfulness – 25 ways to live in the moment through art, by Christophe André.
An Unknown Woman by Alice Koller, A Snowflake In My Hand by Samantha Mooney and If Wishes Were Horses by Loretta Gage
Seat of the soul