Fiction by Andy Andrews.
Well, sort-of fiction, I guess. It's listed as a novel, but Mr. Andrews says it's a true story.
It was a really good book, but I couldn't get into it until Part Two.
Part One was a bunch of stuff about how he found the story and how it's true, etc. Maybe nonfiction readers like this sort of thing, but I just want to get to the story part. After I read the actual story, I might be interested in facts about it, but not before.
But that's my only complaint. I recommend starting at Part Two.