8 Fall Books That You Can Curl Up With This Season
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Excited for Fall? These 8 Books Will Keep That Feeling Going
There’s nothing quite like curling up on the couch on a crisp, rainy autumn afternoon and reading a great book, as the leaves fall outside. If you love cozy couch days and are tired of the relentless summer, then you've come to the right place.
Whether you live in a state that has year-round high temps and nonexistent falls or someplace with picturesque autumns... you're sure to feel a real sense of fall in these eight interesting reads. So, here are eight amazing fall books that will get you in the mood for sweaters, cocoa, and pumpkins.
1. Every Bone a Prayer
A sizzling tale of sexual assault, healing, and hope follows Misty, a girl that hears secret whispers from her Appalachian holler. This haunting yet healing tale makes itself a perfect read for the fall.
2. Just Like You
Fans of High Fidelity will gobble up this book about how somebody who seems totally wrong for you might be your perfect match. A tender and comical 21-century love story, this book is perfect for people who think life is still full of quirky surprises.
3. The Book of Two Ways: A Novel
This riveting novel by #1 New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult is about how the choices we make govern our lives. After surviving a plane crash, Dawn realizes she wasn’t thinking of her husband in her final moments, but of a man she last saw over a decade ago. She then decides which path she wants, and needs, to take.
4. Daddy: Stories
Exploring the dark recesses of human experiences, this collection of compelling short stories by New York Times bestseller is not for the faint of heart.
Annie’s husband, Graham, was her whole world. So when she finds out he was unfaithful after his sudden death, it makes her question how well she really knew him. Miller fans will likely devour this tale of love, loss, and deceit.
6. True Story: A Novel
This timely tale explores the repercussions of rumors and sexual assault. The book is told from the perspectives of the victim, her best friend, the alleged abuser, and his best pal and underscores the way trauma can affect people for decades.
7. Just Us: An American Conversation
This collection of essays and poetry invites readers to begin the hard discussion of racism and white supremacy. Rankine disrupts the false comfort of our culture in a book that will really make you think.
When No One is Watching
Get into the mood for the spooky season when you dive into this thriller about gentrification. Spiral down the rabbit hole as protagonist, Sydney, discovers what is really happening to her beloved Brooklyn.