which is ur favorite non fiction book and why..i like to read and would be grateful to know about other's favorite...
Richard Dawkins is worth a read if you are into science and evolution.
"The Blind Watch Maker" is particularly good, however if you live in the bible belt it will just annoy you.
A concise History of the Spanish Civil War - Paul Preston - But you need to have an interest in it to get through it.
Other notable historical books are "the age of" series - "The age of Empire" and "the age of revolution", I forget the authors.
If you prefer a little lighter reading, then "Playing the Moldovans at Tennis" by Tony Hawks is a good humorous book.
Naturally I highly recommend my hubs as the best works of non fiction ; )
Ann Frank, its history and its true, it tells the life of a young girl who kept a diary whilst her and her family hid from the gestapo in Amsterdam, until they were caught and deported to the concentration camps in the second world war.
"How to win friends and influence people", by Dale Carnegie.
Actually, many Hubbers could do well to read that one.
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson - an entertaining look at how the Earth and it's inhabitants came to be.
P.S. - It took longer than 6 days.
The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides
1. I like history
2. I like action and war and battle stories
3. I like philosophy and political intrigue
4. I like stories that are written in plain language
5. I like to read things that give incredible insight into humanity.
This book changed my understanding of how "modern" I thought we are today. It has given strength to my conviction as someone who can't buy into modern religion by showing how these incredible thinkers 2500 years ago were having the same argument about their gods that we have about ours (the same arguments about the death penalty, about war, about everything...). It has incredible battles, discussed strategically, histories of the debates that preceded the decision to go to war. The arguments of amazing leaders like Pericles, the likes of which we haven't seen ... in a long, long time.
It's just a great, great read.
by cjcarter7 years ago
What is the best fiction or non fiction book you have ever read?I'm in a constant search for good reads, and I found it infinitely easier and more rewarding if I just ask other people what their favorites are (kinda...
by Pete5 years ago
What non-fiction book have you read that has changed your life?Personally, I have had a few, but the one that sticks out for me is "Wild at Heart" by John Eldredge. It talks about fatherhood and having a...
by C5 years ago
I am sure that I am not the only one here who enjoys non-fiction.Normally I, of course, read non-fiction books about topics that interest me but I am looking to reading something new!So shoot! What is your favorite...
by Stacy Clark4 years ago
What's your favorite fiction book?What's your favorite novel? Title says it all
by Latifah3 years ago
What is the best fiction book you have ever read and why?there is alot of good books out there, the best ones are those which changes your persepective on life and makes it better, the ones that give you wisdom and that...
by Tim Mitchell3 years ago
Do you read every fiction book you begin?Or, only those that come alive with the imagination?Or, only those that can be read in one sitting / day?Or, . . . ?
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