10 New Books You Need To Read In April
10 Books To Read This April
Spring has sprung and so has a new crop of books. You won't want to miss these new novels from talented writers. Take a Claritin and make your way outside, these novels are too good to read indoors. Here are the new books to read in April.
1. Every Note Ever Played
From the author of Still Alice comes another novel about illness, death, and how life comes into perspective during dark times.
2. The Gunners
Startling and eye opening, Rebecca Kaufman, introduces us to a group of friends, who have reunited after years apart and events unspoken about. With adventure, forgiveness, and murder, you'll surely be entertained.
3. Liar's Candle
When a State Department intern wakes up in a hospital in Ankara, Turkey she is thrown into a world of espionage, backstabbing, and danger. She must learn to survive in a world of spy-craft before her own government tries to kill her. You'll be rooting for this feminist hero to succeed, before it's too late.
4. The Last Equation of Isaac Severy
If you love a good scavenger hunt, this is the pick for you. It has everything you'll need: a dead mathematician, a mystery to solve before an equation gets into the wrong hands, and a questionable ally.
5. Look Alive Out There: Essays
From the hilarious mind of Sloane Crosley comes a collection of essays that you'll enjoy all month (and frankly) year long. Crosley yet again proves, writing openly, honestly, and with sharp wit, you can look alive out there.
Perfect for a writer or an inspiration boost, Sharp is a celebration of literary women. From Nora Ephron to Joan Didion, you will find everything you need as a writer or a reader, in this extensive compilation of work.
7. Sweet Laurel: Recipes for Whole Food, Grain-Free Desserts
For the sweet tooths out there, this cookbook will blow your mind. With gorgeous photos and delicious recipes, you'll have fun whipping up desserts in your kitchen.
8. The Recovering: Intoxication and Its Aftermath
Leslie Jamison rips open her addiction, and the road to recovery, in this new memoir. She includes writers whose work were shaped by addiction and abuse. Even Stephen King agrees, "an honest and important book... vivid writing and required reading". You heard the man!
9. God Save Texas
From the perspective of a Texas local, author Lawrence Wright tries to understand the predominately conservative state. What makes Texas tick? He digs deeper into oil, Republican leadership, and income disparities.
10. Dear Madam President: An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World
Written by Hillary Clinton's communication director, Jennifer Palmieri, this book is meant to empower women, and a generation of girls to come. Intended as a blueprint of success, women can redefine what it means to be successful, and how to get there.