I haven't finished it yet, but my most #RecentNonfictionRead is the first in the March trilogy. I read part three for a Protest Literature class, so now I'm starting back at the beginning. #MarchIntoReading
all it took was a weekend of festivities to make me miss Day 3 of #marchintoreading -- but no more! My #recentnonfictionread was almost 2 years ago 😲 After calling it quits with my on-again-off-again ex, I bought this at the airport before hopping on a flight to Krabi, Thailand. Quite possibly the best airport read I've ever bought. Witty and illuminating, it taught me that having too many choices is as good as having none at all. Loved it!
#recentnonfictionread An interesting and important read for my book club, but I was a bit disappointed. 🌕🌕🌕🌑🌑
In the beginning, he takes great care to explain that the statistics of Pearl Harbor are more than that. He provides names and stories of some of the men who died. But when we get to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it's just statistics. I needed a story about someone lost that day. Just one. #marchintoreading @RealLifeReading
I finished this in February, and I'm still talking and thinking about it. This is an important part of history we all need to learn about and learn from so we don't repeat it. The book itself is well written and easily read, even though the subject is rough. I can't recommend this book enough.
#marchintoreading Day 3