25 of The Best Thought-Provoking Books


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Would you be interested in thought-provoking books? Have you recently thought a lot? Do you often find yourself lost in thought? You’ve come to the right place if you’ve ever been concerned about anything.

No matter what category they fall under, the finest book club reads to keep the conversation going, whether you’re discussing themes or arguing exactly how unreliable that narrator was.

You’ll be reflecting on these thought-provoking works for a while after you finish them, from a reclusive heiress to a set of twins whose lives follow unexpectedly different routes.

Thought-Provoking Books: Factual

If you like novels that make you think, check out these books.

The Beauty In Breaking by Michele Harper

We adored Harper’s The Beauty In Breaking for novels that are contemplative and cause you to reflect more deeply on the healing process.

Harper, a Black ER doctor, talks about how she overcame racism, sexism, trauma, and divorce. There is beauty in breaking, as Harper says.

Readers observe Harper being unfairly passed over for promotions, and discover issues with the healthcare system.

Bullshit Jobs by David Graeber

The “bullshit” jobs that many people now hold are the complete antithesis of the jobs detailed in Nickel and Dimed.

Graeber asks the why in an elaboration of his 2013 piece, which went viral.

Why are so many lucrative occupations useless, and why are so many of the most important and vital positions in society underpaid and undervalued? Find out.

Empty Mansions by Bill Dedman

Huguette Clark was a typical 20th-century lady. She spent more than $80,000 on handcrafted Japanese dollhouses.

For nearly $2.4 million, she once purchased a string quartet made entirely of Stradivarius.

And she owned a multi-million dollar property in Connecticut that she never even furnished, much less went there.

Quiet by Susan Cain

Do you want to change how you think about your personality type after reading a nonfiction book?

One book that altered the way we saw ourselves as introverts who pass for extroverts is Quiet.

Learn what introverts can contribute. Get the assurance that it is OK for you to be who you are, even if that means working quietly in the background.

Killers of The Flower Moon by David Grann

This three-part epic is so well-written that it’s difficult to believe it’s nonfiction.

Part true crime, a part love letter to the west, part exploration of the legacy of animosity against native communities, even in their triumph.

Incredibly wealthy for the local Indigenous population, oil was discovered on Osage property at the end of the 19th century.


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