Notable Nonfiction Books You Shouldn’t Miss Reading

Various nonfiction books

Every reader has different preferences when it comes to book genres. Some might take great interest in reading fictional works, while others may be fond of nonfiction ones. Many often think of how impressive that the latter could be because they survive reading nonfiction, which is the genre that speaks facts instead of taking you to various extraordinary places. 

Nonfiction is sometimes underrated but what people don’t know is that it houses several substantial tales waiting to be read. The moment you start delving into these stories, you can definitely discover multiple things, such as self-understanding, spiritual growth, life experiences, hidden talents, and more. So, if reading books of this genre ever crossed your mind, then here are some of the best titles that you should check out.

The Two Sides of Being Single: A Biblical Perspective by Wayne Drayton

Christian Faith Publishing, Inc. published The Two Sides of Being Single: A Biblical Perspective by Wayne Drayton in 2018. This book is the most outstanding work to read for those Christians who haven’t found the person whom they want to spend the rest of their lives with and are asking God to bless them with a great one or those who aren’t in a relationship and desire to keep it that way. The first section of the book centers on preserving a single life as a Christian, which is a challenging job but can be achieved through putting their trust in the Lord. The second portion of the book focuses on those who are single and are anticipating the blessing of God towards them.

Wow, No Thank You.: Essays by Samantha Irby

Wow, No Thank You.: Essays by Samantha Irby is a New York Times bestseller and Amazon editor’s pick for best biographies and memoirs. The book contains multiple essays that revolve around the brand-new path taken by the author that is written in a witty and raw manner. Samantha Irby is already in her forties and is becoming uneasy in her skin. She also resigned from being a receptionist at a vet clinic, got her books published, and experienced other twists and turns of life. You will indeed get inspired by the relatable events that Irby has gone through and encourage you to live everyday life with all its bad, good, and ugly and have fun while it lasts.

Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee

This critically-acclaimed book was published in 2011 by Scribner. Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee is a remarkably comprehensible and articulate book about an illness that exists, which has challenged humans for over 5,000 years. The tale of cancer is a story of human inspiration, determination, strength, pride, paternalism, and misconception. Hence, the author uncovers the years of discoveries, difficulties, wins, and bonds practicing their intellects against an unceasingly resourceful challenger, which was thought to be conquered instantly in an earnest and vigorous battle against cancer. 

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate by Naomi Klein

Naomi Klein authored the excellent book titled This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate. The book raises the concern that climate change is not just another problem that must be cleanly classified between health care and taxes. However, it is an issue that reminds everyone to mend the economic processes that are already disappointing the public in different ways. Naomi thoroughly creates the case for how hugely eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions is the ideal way to concurrently lessen the extensive imbalance, rethink the wrecked democracies, and remold the devastated economy. She also uncovers the ideological despair of those who don’t believe in such occurrence, the crusading delusions of the aspiring geoengineers, and more.

Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick

Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick is a heartwarming book recounting the intimate experiences of 6 North Koreans for more than 15 years — a messy era that witnessed how Kim II-sung died, the way his successor has bestowed the power to lead, and the catastrophic hunger that lead to the death of 1/5 of the nation’s population. You will indeed feel different intense emotions and come up with various realizations while reading this award-winning book.

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