5 Best Non-Fiction

If 2020 has given us anything, it’s time to think, relax and spend more time at home. However, in saying that, this year has caused many to fall into a readers slump. Below is a selection of our non-fiction books that we hope will get your buzz back. You’ll find ones that make you laugh, cry, think and feel.

  • The Correct Order of Biscuits A book containing a series of hilarious, fascinating and brilliantly strange lists. Including “What is a platypus called in Mandarin?” and “What do they say instead of ‘Cheese’ when taking a photo in Bulgaria?! A great gift idea for any fact fans, or anyone who just needs a good laugh!
  • Tell me the Truth about Loss Niamh Fitzpatrick brings the reader on a psychologists journey through loss, grief and trauma. Raw and real, this book is a tonic to help people who are grieving to see a glimmer of hope for the future.
  • With Hope in Your Heart Heart-breaking, honest and hopeful. Martina Cox reflects on life before, and after, her husband’s vicious attack in Liverpool in 2018. A story of inner strength, determination and commitment.
  • Are You There, God? It’s Me, Ellen Ellen Coyne is exploring the question ” Is it possible to be young, progressive and Catholic?” An intelligent and thoughtful insight into a young Irish person’s relationship with the Catholic Church in the modern age.
  • Just Ignore Him Alan Davies’ autobiography. To most, this book will be a new insight to one of Britain’s best loved comedians and actors, but it’s so much more than that. It goes through his childhood, and tells the effect of his past on who he is today. Sad, funny, heart-breaking and inspiring. This book will stay with you.

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