Hi guys! I’m currently on my way back to Sweden from Morocco. Just thought I’d cook together this post. I present to you, my non fiction TBR!
- Blitzed by Norman Ohler: Did you know Hitler was hopped up on drugs throughout his rule? This book scrutinises that part of the concealed Nazi history.
- Becoming A Doctor by Melvin Konner: Melvin Konner’s journey through his last year of med school and the transition from theoretical to practical learning.
- Slaves Of The State by Dennis Childs: The USA’s 13th amendment has caused the legalisation of slavery in a way that’s not being questioned by the public. Childs brings this under focus in his book and examines racial capitalist misogynist incarceration.
- Packing For Mars by Mary Roach: Can you survive years in space without nature, sex, and friends? Do you have to give these things up? All these questions and more are answered by Mary Roach’s book released in 2010.
- Exoplanets by Michael Summers & James Trefil: I’ve long since followed the discovery of exoplanets, I don’t know much of it but I’m incredibly excited to learn more about exoplanets.
- Mars Rover Curiosity by Rob Manning & William L. Simon: Published by the Smithsonian, this first person narrated book follows the Mars Rover to quench human’s Curiosity.
- Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil De Grasse Tyson: I’m a massive Cosmos and StarTalk fan, so this is unquestionably on my TBR!
- Born A Crime by Trevor Noah: We all know who Trevor Noah is! His biographical story of growing up in an apartheid.