The Invisible Front & Other New Non Fiction Books

New Non Fiction Books

The Invisible Front by Yochi DreazenThe Invisible Front by Yochi Dreazen

This story of Army Major General Mark Graham and his wife Carol, whose two sons are both military men, is intimate and moving. Their sons pass – one from suicide, one in combat – and the Grahams’ grief sheds light on military culture, and society’s struggle to come to terms with the death of our soldiers.

For those who have lost loved ones to combat or are looking for a thoughtful retelling of one family’s story, this is a great pick.


The Innovators by Walter IsaacsonThe Innovators by Walter Isaacson

You may remember this author’s name from his wildly popular biography of Steve Jobs in 2011. Here he takes a broader approach and looks at the history of the internet and how it came to be.

Sure to be a new classic on this recent history it’s a must read for interested in internet culture and innovation.


The Sense of Style by Steven PinkerThe Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century by Steven Pinker

As those invested in the writing community we think this book offers a lot to our readers. A humorous look inside the English language, what it was and what it is now. And asking those important questions like: What is the secret of good prose? Does writing well even matter in an age of instant communication? Should we care?

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