This week’s offerings are mainly non-fiction. There are always many good non-fiction books passing through our shelves, but memoirs seem to be very popular right now. In any case, we do have three new memoirs arriving:
EDUCATED: A MEMOIR by Tara Westover, about an American woman whose father was against formal education, so she began her classroom education at the age of 17, and ended up with a PhD from Cambridge University in England.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: BECAUSE LIVING MY BEST LIFE TOOK A LITTLE WORK by Chrishell Stause (Memoir) and
UNSTOPPABLE: HOW I FOUND MY STRENGTH THROUGH LOVE AND LOSS by Chiquis Rivera (Memoir)
The next category of non-fiction books is in the health field, both in medicine, which is a VERY popular topic nowadays:
SICKENING: HOW BIG PHARMA BROKE AMERICAN HEALTH CARE AND HOW WE CAN REPAIR IT by John Abramson and
LIFE FORCE: HOW NEW BREAKTHROUGHS IN PRECISION MEDICINE CAN TRANSFORM THE QUALITY OF YOUR LIFE & THOSE YOU LOVE by Tony Robbins.
I did notice that the non-fiction titles are all very long! The fiction titles, while fewer in number, certainly do not lack substance. They are:
ABANDONED IN DEATH by J.D. Robb, book 54 in her Eve Dallas thriller series.
The last two are romance books:
THE LADY’S MINE by Francine Rivers , a Christian Romance Novel and
THE SOULMATE EQUATION by Christina Lauren. This is the paperback version that has just been released.
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.