It’s the last week of Nonfiction November, hosted by Lost in Books, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Regular Rumination, and Doing Dewey.
This week’s topic: It’s been a month full of amazing nonfiction books! Which ones have made it onto your TBR? Be sure to link back to the original blogger who posted about that book!
My Father’s Paradise by Ariel Sabar (Trish at Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity who called it a “deeply moving story”)
Talking Hands: What Sign Language Reveals About the Human Mind by Margalit Fox (via A Horse and a Carrot who was “just plain captivated from the first page to the last”)
The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison (via A Sophisticated Dorkiness)
The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe (via Sarah’s Book Shelves who said this book is “mostly (very funny, incidentally) social commentary on the personalities in these professions and the general public as a whole during that time period.”
Capital by Rana Dasgupta (Via Regular Rumination) – set in Delhi. Plus love that cover.
Lives in Ruins by Marilyn Johnson (via Books Speak Volumes who said it’s a “must-read for anyone who ever harbored a secret desire of becoming an archaeologist when she grew up”. Hello! That’s me!
Thank you so much to the wonderful hosts of Nonfiction November – Lost in Books, Sophisticated Dorkiness, Regular Rumination, and Doing Dewey – for opening my eyes and for adding to my TBR list!
Thanks for the shout-out and looks like you’ve got a great list!
I’m planning to read Capital as well. Enjoy!
It looks like a good read. Happy reading!
I love the cover of Capital too. It’s gorgeous. I hope you love The Empathy Exams.
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