A totally nonscientific, off the cuff, Top 5 nonfiction books I read (not necessarily published in) in 2020
Where the book really shines is in the bright and evocative illustrations. Page after page of beautiful are illustrates the creatures and stories.
A compelling and informative look at the events leading up the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan in August of 1945.
There is a lot of good advice about how to argue and communicate, and Gowdy has a light, humorous and engaging style, but the blending of memoir and self-help w...
The essays read not as lectures but as conversations exploring interesting topics with a very well read friend.
These perceptive moral essays crackle with wit, intelligence, and a wide range of knowledge.
It took me quite some time to really get into the book, but eventually I found my rhythm and enjoyed it. Once I got into it, I enjoyed the way she laid out the ...