Non fiction books about the end of the world
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Keep them informed and interested with current events, inspirational reads, and eye-opening memoirs. Find more gift ideas for book lovers with our holiday guide! Buy now from your favorite retailer:. The full inside story of the breathtaking rise and shocking collapse of Theranos, the multibillion-dollar biotech startup, by the prize-winning journalist who first broke the story and pursued it to the end, despite pressure from its charismatic CEO and threats by her lawyers. With unerring honesty and lively wit, Michelle Obama describes her triumphs and her disappointments, both public and private. Anne Lamott calls for each of us to rediscover the nuggets of hope and wisdom that are buried within us that can make life sweeter than we ever imagined.
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The world felt like it ended in Then again in Aside from the scavengers steadily stripping the empty city to its bones, only a few thousand people remain, content to live quietly among the crumbling metropolis. Many, like the narrator, are there to try to escape the demons of their past. Those remaining turn to magic and sacrifice to cleanse the Earth.
Books shelved as non-fiction-apocalyptic: The Long Descent: A User's Guide to the End of the Industrial Age by John Michael Greer, Global Catastrophic Ri.
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Yet I have barely managed to make it through a non-fiction book in my life. But since reading the news has started to fill me with a horror beyond belief, I have started to explore that side of the bookshop. But where to start? Recently I had the privilege of attending the Storia Summit - a gathering of leaders from around the world, mostly in the areas of human rights and socially conscious business, who are working on their own nonfiction books or memoirs. An event I would recommend to anybody from the bottom of my heart. More info here. Inspired and humbled by the wonderful leader of the summit, Ariane Conrad aka The Book Doula, as well as every single one of the incredibly accomplished and passionate attendees, I noted down as many as possible of the books, authors and references that were mentioned during the course on the back cover of my notebook.