Non fiction adventure books 2014
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The best books of the year span genres, defy categorization, and vary in scope, from intimate family dramas to a meditative exploration of end-of-life care. These are the most indispensable reads of Add to Bag. In vivid strokes, Harkness renders a shadow world of witches, vampires, and demons that exists alongside our own. This novel will bewitch any reader with a taste for the supernatural.
For those who have already exhausted the books of Jon Krakauer and Ernest Shackleton , here are four excellent and similarly riveting nonfiction adventure tales to satisfy or encourage your wanderlust. But he was also an aviator in the early days of flight, and this memoir, which National Geographic named a Top Ten Adventure Book of All Time, recounts his time spent flying airmail planes in the s throughout Africa and South America. Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West , by Dorothy Wickenden In the early s, young American women rarely had the chance to travel across the country alone in search of adventure. He was never heard from again. Out of Africa , by Isak Dinesen Karen Blixen, a Danish aristocrat, had the spirit of an adventurer from a very young age. Blixen soon divorced, and the most compelling sections of her book are those in which she finds herself alone in an unknown country and must decide what kind of life she wants to make for herself. More in Nonfiction.
The Best Fiction Books of 2014
Everest disaster. With a balanced take on the characters and a colorful depiction of the weather that shaped the event, Krakauer won an Academy Award in Literature in Thanks for voting! Please tell us why you like it! Please tell us why you don't like it! Thank you for sharing your experience! Your comment will be reviewed and published shortly.
Labels: Book Reviews. Meghan J. Ward said . Great list, Katie, and I love the detailed descriptions! You've got a bunch on there that I haven't read yet And thanks for the shout out! What a great list!