Tag: Nonfiction

Van Gogh’s Ear – Bernadette Murphy

Van Gogh’s Ear was the most comprehensive book I’ve ever read about Vincent Van Gogh. The book, the result of seven years of research by Bernadette Murphy, will…

Why We Sleep – Matthew Walker

Why We Sleep recently became one of the most interesting non-fiction books that I’m reading about health nowadays. Matthew Walker, a neuroscientist and sleep specialist, has come up…

Genius Foods – Max Lugavere

Genius Foods is about Lugavere’s research, which examines the relationship between diet and brain health after his mother’s illness. In this book about foods that must be consumed…

Civilisations – Mary Beard

Civilisations was Mary Beard’s first book I read, but it certainly won’t be the last. Next on my list is her book Woman and Power, and frankly, I’m…