My Top 10 Favourite NonFiction Read in 2019!

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This week so far I’ve posted my Top fiction books of the year posts (Counting down from 40 to 21, and the Top 20!) and so today it’s time for my favourite nonfiction reads of 2019! I read 91 nonfiction books in 2019 and these are the top 10 books that have stayed with me!

Click on the book titles if you’d like to read my review πŸ™‚

I Carried a Watermelon: Dirty Dancing and Me by Katy Brand

Meditation for Children by Shelley Wilson

The Dark Side of the Mind by Kerry Daynes

Dopesick by Beth Macy

Trauma by Gordon Turnbull

The Point of Poetry by Joe Nutt

Breaking and Mending by Joanna Cannon

Becoming by Michelle Obama

After the Eclipse by Sarah Perry

The Five: The Untold Stories of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie Rubenhold

23 thoughts on “My Top 10 Favourite NonFiction Read in 2019!

  1. A nice group of books here, Hayley! And you’ve reminded me of how much I want to read the Rubenhold (which I still haven’t got to). I’m glad for the reminder.

  2. Dopesick was one of my favorites last year too, as were After the Eclipse and The Five. I’m excited for The Dark Side of the Mind after your recommendation, and The Point of poetry sounds so good too!!

    • All of those books were incredible reads! I’m so glad I finally got to read After the Eclipse, it’s a book that is really staying with me. I hope you get to read The Dark Side of the Mind and that you enjoy it as much as I did. The Point of Poetry is wonderful, it gave me back the confidence to read poetry collections again.

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