What is your favourite non-fiction?

  1. antoniaspano answered: Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
  2. faith72 answered: memoirs
  3. somemoronicwolfyclaim answered: heaven/hell
  4. whimsicaltuesday answered: Wasted by Marya Hornbacher.
  5. thespoopiestsquirrel answered: Science-related stuff: textbooks, journals, etc. I also enjoy anything based on a true story.
  6. souzyandherbooks answered: I wanted to answer this question but everything came to my mind are fiction :)
  7. view-from-nowhere answered: 'Rubicon' by Tom Holland
  8. latinisnotadeadlanguage answered: I love science writing: Mary Roach and Jesse Bering are amazing!
  9. fargreencountryswiftsunrise answered: Devil in the White City - Chilling but such a great glimpse of a time, place, and two very different men
  10. feelthemoonshine answered: Joan Didion’s The Year of Magical Thinking, and In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens by Alice Walker
  11. heartofembers answered: "the blitz" by juliet gardiner and "shake hands with the devil" by romeo dallaire.
  12. nymeth answered: Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine
  13. tardises-and-swans answered: "Nickel and Dimed" by Barbara Ehrenreich
  14. overthinkingthingss answered: The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  15. how2fluffaduck answered: Complications by Atul Gawande!
  16. curiosity-of-pandora answered: What Is History by E.H. Carr. Best book on historiography that I’ve read, and my collection is in the 30s, so… worth it.
  17. piratequeenatthehelm answered: Mouse Tales: A Behind-the-Ears Look at Disneyland.
  18. sinceedsanine answered: for one more day- mitch albom
  19. fadingshadowhunter answered: Against Medical Advice by James Patterson and Hal Friedman
  20. wildeyedbibliophile answered: Guns, Germs, and Steel. So fascinating!
  21. nemomedia answered: Anything by Charles DeLint
  22. meghanlynnftw answered: "Devil in the White City" by Erik Larson by far. He writes so fantastically that you would never know you were reading non fiction!
  23. horriblycheerful answered: The Duchess by Amanda Foreman.
  24. letgoandgrabon answered: Model: A Memoir by Cheryl Diamond; Baby Doctor by Perri Klass; Odd Girl Out by Rachel Simmons
  25. baalakavii answered: baalakavii.wordpress.com/2012/07/29/my-top-100-nonfiction-books/
  26. justicescouts answered: LOST and Philosophy
  27. stateofgracebitches answered: HOW COULD ASK ME SUCH AN IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION?? Are you crazy?
  28. the-sirius-fault-in-superwholock answered: Open by Andre Agassi (it’s technically tennis memoir but it’s so much more than that)
  29. daisypinwheel answered: Bookworms: Great Writers Celebrate Reading! A truly wonderful book!
  30. classicsreader answered: Helen of Troy by Bettany Hughes or A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf
  31. losertakesall answered: A Thousand Lives by Julia Scheeres.
  32. darnissist answered: Walden thus (and by) far.
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  34. dontbeacatdraco answered: I don’t really read a lot of non-fiction but I really enjoyed The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson
  35. fallingcassbutts answered: The Boy In The Stiped Pajamas
  36. evilchurchgoer answered: Merle’s Door. :-)
  37. cream-and-stars answered: "the noonday demon" - andrew solomon, "trauma and recovery" - judith herman, "oaxaca journal" - oliver sacks, "mother tongue" - bill bryson.
  38. wisdomlockedin answered: Salute
  39. sportsandbooks answered: Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand and John Adams by David McCollah (sp?)
  40. cadams answered: The Color of Water
  41. theloonytuney answered: Anything by Richard Dawkins. He’s incredibly arrogant but also interesting.
  42. porcelain-mirror answered: Lord of the Rings
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