Best nonfiction books last decade
Best ‘brainy’ books of this decade | Books | The GuardianTo choose the ten best books of the decade is, of course, an impossible task. But in all seriousness: how to winnow thousands of worthy books down to the select few that shone the brightest? As we navigated the selection process, we spoke at length about the benchmarks we felt these books should meet. They should, of course, sing on a stylistic level, with finely crafted prose and imaginative structure. They should move us, carry emotional heft, shake us to our cores.
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Blinkist is an app that transforms key insights from great nonfiction books into quick, easy-to-understand highlights. By detailing stories about Milwaukee residents who were removed from their homes for failure to pay their rent or mortgage, this book describes how evictions are often unnecessary and they destroy decde and communities alike. Robert Fisk. Say Nothing by Patrick Keefe.
Many of the best nonfiction books of the decade tap into the lives of individuals to speak to universal human experiences — those of grief and recovery, hubris and failure, dreams and disappointments. Some, in their intimate specificity, open doors to worlds that only few have seen. All employ dazzling prose to draw readers further into their insights. In this epic yet intimate history, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson tells the story of one of the most significant migrations in American history — when millions of African-Americans left the South for the North, heading to cities like Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. The Warmth of Other Suns is a profoundly moving book about hope and vision, and what happens when some people determine that they deserve a better life.
The novel cleverly weaves fiction and fact - and bext language has a musical rhythm. Richard Lloyd Parry, Tokyo bureau chief for The Times of London, in the world of lists. Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. But so it goes.
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