David McCullough is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, and one of my favorite nonfiction authors. He tackles every topic with passion. Never a dry moment within his pages.
An incredibly important feminist text pulling from thousands of years of history and storytelling about women reclaiming their inner wild woman.
A fabulously funny guide to being a gracious person. It may even be better than her first book. Also there are pineapples instead of asterisks.
A hilarious telling of one woman's search for happiness, love, and independence while going to the ends of the earth having the time of her life long after most woman had settled in to have babies.
An often overlooked region of European history, The Vikings is a comprehensive look into a culture far less barbaric than commonly believed.
If you have an interest in anxiety, this is a really comprehensive overlook. It is incredibly dense and full of pharmacological vocabulary words I had to look up.
For those of us of any age who are baffled by the never-ending barrage of adultly duties, this may offer some great tips, but it will provide laughs. Like it or not, we've all been THERE.
If you're as worried as I am about the next four years, here is an interesting overview of what could still go wrong and how you can fight it.
If you want to sound ridiculously smart and have no one understand you, this is a great starting point.