Best selling nonfiction books of 2014

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These are the essay collections, memoirs, and nonfiction reads that we absolutely loved in Ranked in no particular order. With beautiful writing and a clear, unwavering eye, Jefferson describes a life of relative privilege that is also full of tough questions about belonging, race, class, and community. Learn more here. One of the most talked-about books of the year, The Argonauts explores and interrogates heady topics such as gender, sexuality, identity, and motherhood.
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The story of a woman kidnapped in Cleveland in , then tortured, who escaped in

The 20 best nonfiction books of 2015

The book, released September 23, sold 1. In addition to The Fault in Our Stars , other books with big-screen adaptations thrived in Frozen , a Golden Book by Victoria Saxon based on the Disney sensation of the same name the highest-grossing animated film of all time , sold more than , copies, hitting 10 on the overall list and was in eighth place on the juvenile list, where it was joined by four other Frozen books. The book, first published in , was adapted into a film by Angelina Jolie and premiered on Christmas Day. Once again, the charts revealed that, with the exception of Unbroken at 10, fiction still outperforms nonfiction digitally.

“Humans of New York: Stories” by Brandon Stanton

By Dinaw Mengestu. By Evie Wyld. By Anthony Doerr. The paths of a blind French girl and an orphaned German boy converge in this novel, set around the time of World War II. By Rivka Galchen. Most of these stories offer variations on a particular sort of woman: in her 30s, urban, emotionally adrift.

An unprecedented presidential biography. An unfiltered essay collection by a writer who might just be the voice of her generation. Seriously scientific answers to supremely silly questions. Enough mouth-watering recipes to fill your freezer for a month. Add to Bag.

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