N is for November

I see by a blog I follow that the challenge/meme/whatever “Spell the Month in Books” is being hosted by Jana at  https://reviewsfromthestacks.wordpress.com/tag/spellthemonthinbooks/  .      

And this being November that means Nonfiction!  I read quite a lot of nonfiction so I think I’d like to try it and see what I come up with.  I read all of the books on my list in the past 18 months, The oldest is the R book, Robert E Lee and Me, which I read in June, 2021. (The links are to my reviews on this site.)

N.  Noise:  
A Flaw in Human Judgement 
by Daniel Kahneman, Oliver Sibony, Cass Sunstein

O. On Juneteenth
by Annette Gordon Reed

V. The Viking Heart: 
How Scandinavia Conquered the World 
By Arthur Herman 

E. Empire of Pain:
The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty
by Patrick Radden Keefe

M. The Misbegotten Son: 
A Serial Killer and His Victims:
The True Story of Arthur J. Shawcross
By Jack Olsen

B. Bloodlands: 
Europe between Hitler and Stalin 
By Timothy Snyder

E.  Entangled Life: 
How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds & Share Our Futures
by Mervin Sheldrake

R. Robert E Lee and Me: 
A Southerner’s Reckoning with the Myth of the Lost Cause
By Ty Seidule 

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3 Responses to N is for November

  1. Helen says:

    I’m glad you joined in this month too. I think The Viking Heart and Entangled Life sound interesting.


  2. What a great assortment! I have heard Cass Sunstein speak a couple times (he is married to a classmate of my sister and lives locally) and I have been meaning to read On Juneteenth. Glad you joined in! I have had trouble with the letter U occasionally…

    Here is my Spell the Month (I forgot the nonfiction theme, alas): http://perfectretort.blogspot.com/2022/11/spell-month-in-books-november.html


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