Accessory to War by Neil deGrasse Tyson and Avis Lang

My non-fiction reading really has little rhyme or reason to it. I pick up books that grab my attention or that I’ve seen other people love. I have to admit I don’t really have a huge interest in space exploration or military history, but Neil deGrasse Tyson is a big …

Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

In the 1870s the Osage were forced from their lands in Kansas to Oklahoma, a seemingly useless land. The Osage were in a better position than most tribes. The sold their land in Kansas to the government for a decent price, and so were one of the few nations to …

The Library Book by Susan Orlean

I should have loved The Library Book by Susan Orlean. It’s both a love letter to libraries and a true crime story of the Los Angeles library fire of 1986; crime and books is often a great combination. While it didn’t live up to my expectations, it was a good …

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

Sapiens looks at our history, but that history is 100,000 years long, so it’s more of a quick overview of our history. I found it rather fascinating though. He takes us through the history of human development and migration, through the Cognitive Revolution, and Agricultural Revolution. He looks at how …