Okay so this is the fiction forum, but I'm not sure that there is a non fiction equivalent, and posting questions on those sub-catagorised forums is about as useful as shouting them down the bog, so can you recommend any truly fascinating non fiction? Not just a decent read, but genuinely enthralling.
I just finished 13 Things That Don't Make Sense. I'd probably recommend it as unputdownable were it not for the fact that most of you are probably already familiar with the 13 scientific anomalies contained within. Still, it had that narrative style to it that made it very easy and enjoyable to read.
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