9 History Books To Read If You Think History Books Are BoringI have to be honest here: I'm a full-on history nerd. Anyone who's ever listened to me talk at length about the Heian Period of Japan can attest to that because it was a totally interesting period of time, when women blacked out their teeth and did the majority of the writing — but I digress. I love an in-depth discussion of Catullus or Sappho, I always point out historical inaccuracies in movies, and I was nuts for the American Girl series back in the day. But, it's recently come to my attention that some people don't like history. Or at least, they think they don't. Look, everyone is entitled to read what makes them happy.
9 History Books To Read If You Think History Books Are Boring
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A huge number of books exist out there, ready and waiting for you to read them. Whether you prefer manga or ancient, epic poems, reading is great for all sorts of reasons. What follows is a list of highly beneficial books to read in high school or after! These are remarkable books— books that made history, books that challenge societal perceptions of the world, and books that are quite simply interesting and moving. The books are presented in alphabetical order, and a short description is given for each book, as well an explanation of why it is worth reading.