A new memoir by inaugural poet Richard Blanco, Walter Isaacson’s follow-up to his mega-bestselling bio of Steve Jobs and Lena Dunham’s collection of personal essays—this fall, a crop of intriguing nonfiction books are making us take notice. Not all of these books are available just yet; this week’s list will help you get prepared for a vibrant fall of true stories.
ON IMMUNITY: AN INOCULATION
"Brightly informative, giving readers a sturdy platform from which to conduct their own research and take personal responsibility."
National Book Critics Circle Award winner Biss (Notes from No Man's Land, 2009) investigates the nature of vaccinations, from immunity as myth to the intricate web of the immune system. Read full book review >