Stranger Than Fiction
Real life often is weirder than anything any author could conjure up. This list explores varying topics of our long, strange, and fascinating history as humans here on Earth.
Tony Perrottet's dive into the Cuban revolution is so human. It lets the reader into the world of Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, as well as countless others involved in the movement and lets you see what happened through the eyes of who was there.
Reporter Ronan Farrow details his descent into the troubling world of sexual assault in Hollywood while trying to bring justice to those who faced it. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, Farrows honesty and wit guide the reader through this deeply complicated story.
How are Jonestown and Soul Cycle similar? The use of language by various groups is explored in this engaging novel about influence and the words used to obtain it.
Literally WHAT is going on at the Chateau Marmont?
Scientology can call me a "Suppressive Person" all they want, but I'm going to help Leah Remini take down this so called "church" if its the last thing I do.