My Favourite NonFiction of 2021 So Far!

Yesterday I shared my favourite novels that I’ve read this year so far and today it’s the turn of nonfiction books. I’ve not read as much nonfiction this year as I normally do but the books I have read have been excellent, and these eight books are the best of the best.

Best nonfiction read in 2021 so far!

How to be Broken by Dr Emma Kavanagh

This Party’s Dead by Erica Buist

Don’t Touch My Hair by Emma Dabiri

Super Sick by Allison Alexander

Invisible Women by Caroline Cried Perez

Really Saying Something by Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward

Hungry by Grace Dent

All the Young Men by Ruth Coker Burks

What’s your favourite nonfiction read of this year so far? I’d love to know! 🙂

7 thoughts on “My Favourite NonFiction of 2021 So Far!

  1. I’ve read Don’t Touch My Hair (loved her TV documentary, too, though it went over similar ground – helped my husband learn some stuff!) and Invisible Women and both are excellent, I agree, though I think I read both last year. I’ve read some great books in non-fiction this year and can’t even bring any to the surface as the best – not sure how I’ll do my end of year round-up!!

  2. I don’t read a lot of nonfiction- mostly peruse for research- but some of these look so interesting, like How to be Broken, that maybe I need to change that ❤️

  3. I have yet to read any non-fiction this year. It’s awesome that you have some favorites to share. I should read that Bananarama one. I love books about musicians.

  4. I haven’t read any of these, but I have read some great nonfiction this year: Broken, Eat a Peach, Catch and Kill, The Body Keeps the Score, and You’ll Never Guess What Happened to Lacey were all really good. I’m putting Don’t Touch My Hair on my TBR list.

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