Six Books You Must Read In 2018


Six Books You Must Read In 2018

If you love books, you won't want to miss these six this year. From mystery to memoir, each book will have you captivated from page to page.

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1. Coming Of Age

The Female Persuasion By Meg Wolitzer

With previous hits like, The Interestings and Best American Short Stories, Wolitzer has made a name for herself as a literary powerhouse. The Female Persuasion follows Greer Kadetsky, who befriends a girl who will change her life in more ways than one. The book embarks on female friendship, relationships, and where ambition can take you.

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2. Grab The Tissues

You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone by Rachel Lynn Solomon

A box of things I wrote 😭

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What happens when twins Adina and Tovah have big plans after high school, but one of them tests positive for a degenerative disease? Solomon follows the siblings as they grow together, and apart, in this "heartbreaking tale of life".

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3. Spooky, Scary

The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas

Five cheerleaders are dead and no one knows why. In this page turner, a small town must grappled with a checkered past. When all Monica wants to do is forget, notes from a mysterious sender will let her do anything but.

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4. Every Rose Has It's Thorn

Brave by Rose McGowan

Actress turned activist, Rose McGowan, has a lot to say. In her memoir, McGowan dives head first. Having grown up in a cult, McGowan recounts her childhood and eventually how she, "came of age in another, more visible cult: Hollywood". She "will pull no punches".

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5. Short & Sweet

Feel Free: Essays by Zadie Smith

Following her success with previous novels; White Teeth and Swing Time Smith is back again with a collection of essays.

"No subject is too fringe or too mainstream for the unstoppable Zadie Smith. From social media to the environment, from Jay-Z to Karl Ove Knausgaard, she has boundless curiosity and the boundless wit to match. In Feel Free, pop culture, high culture, social change and political debate all get the Zadie Smith treatment, dissected with razor-sharp intellect, set brilliantly against the context of the utterly contemporary, and considered with a deep humanity and compassion."

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6. Feminist Funny

the witch doesn't burn in this one by Amanda Lovelace

Poems for, and about women, taking control of their narratives, and gaining back power. With humor and witty prose, Lovelace adds this book to her "women are some kind of magic" series.