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Book recommendations and reviews for non-fiction books. Categories include politics, biography, memoir, economics, history, identity, philosophy, society, and science.


Hi there! I started this blog as I enjoy reading non-fiction books and wanted to remember what I read. I hope others can gain something from the reviews, summaries and recommendations I share here.

All reviews are my own and unbiased opinion. In the Browse My Bookshelf section, you can find lists of my book suggestions by favourite category. I share my favourite books of all time and ‘top book’ lists in the Favourites section. You can get in touch via the Contact Me form – always happy to receive a request!

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Book Review: This is London: Life and Death in the World City by Ben Judah

What side of London do you never get to hear about in general media? This book is a literary masterpiece, as journalist Ben Judah takes the reader on a tour around London, meeting the people who make the city live and move and who are usually ignored (literally – bus drivers, the homeless, shop keepers, amongst others).

Even residents of London will learn about a side of London they may have not previously encountered. Judah enlightens us with the immigrant side of London including those rich, poor, and everyone in between. This book is highly recommended for anyone who wants to understand London beyond the tourist attractions.

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Book Review: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande

This book explored on a deeply philosophical level, what really matters at the end of life? How can we have a good death? By cleverly combining the science of medicine with the philosophy of life, Gawande explores how modern medicine has changed over time. He shares his personal story from his own family and personal life, as well as examples from his patients. This book confronts difficult conversations around death and human mortality up front.

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