I’ve enjoyed spending the month pootling round new blogs and hearing about many interesting books. There’s a mix here of books bloggers have recommended, ones I’ve just stumbled across this month and a few from the Goodreads Choice Awards lists. I’m sorry I haven’t linked to the blogs I found these on here, but my laptop’s been blue screening and I’ve just not had the time. But if you see a book your mentioned in your posts this month here, be sure that you influenced me!
I’ve come to realise that US and UK non-fiction is much more separate than fiction for some reason. There’s a few books I’ve added to my wishlist that are US only and I’ll be keeping my eyes out for UK publishers picking them up.*
This week is hosted by Emerald City Book Reviews.
Flappers: Six Women of a Dangerous Generation by Judith Mackrell
Adrift: A Secret Life of London’s Waterways by Helen Babbs
They Can’t Kill Us All: The Story of Black Lives Matter by Wesley Lowery
Empire of Booze by Henry Jeffreys
Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster by Svetlana Alexievich
Born A Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah
The Wonder Trail: True Stories from Los Angeles to the End of the World by Steve Hely
Truffle Boy: My Unexpected Journey Through the Exotic Food Underground by Ian Purkayastha
Locally Laid: How We Built a Plucky, Industry-changing Egg Farm – from Scratch by Lucie B. Amundsen
Where the Dead Pause, and the Japanese Say Goodbye by Marie Mutsuki Mockett
A Thousand Naked Strangers: A Paramedic’s Wild Ride to the Edge and Back by Kevin Hazzard
Gut: The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Under-Rated Organ by Giulia Enders
On the Trail of Genghis Khan: An Epic Journey Through the Land of the Nomads by Tim Cope
The Idiot Brain: A Neuroscientist Explains What Your Head is Really Up To by Dean Burnett
I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life by Ed Yong
*Yes, I know it’s fairly easily to get books imported these days, but the exchange rate is pretty awful right now.
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