OCTOBER READING LIST
"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers."
-Anne Of Green Gables
Me too, Anne.
Because Fall has arrived, and I really can't think of a better reason (as if I need one) to dive deep into a new book and let my mind go a bit. My reading list for this month is a total mix. Let's take a look.
Little Fires Everywhere, Celeste Ng.
I fell in love with Celeste Ng after reading Everything I Never Told You. Her style of writing is easy to follow, yet intriguing. The way she brings her culture into each story really allows you to get a taste of she has gone through life. Once I learned that Celeste grew up in Pittsburgh, like myself, she instantly got some extra bonus points.
Emma In The Night, Wendy Walker.
I live for a good edge-of-the-seat thriller that keeps you up, reading under the covers, throughout the late hours of the night. This will be my first time reading Wendy Walker's work, so I'm looking forward to seeing what she's got.
Turtles All The Way Down, John Green.
Jeez Louise, John. It's been a while, huh? Welp here you are, putting out another story I'm sure I will love and cry over.
My Absolute Darling, Gabriel Tallent.
A friend of mine recommended this story to me. I added it to my TBR list for September but didn't get around to it. Yesterday, NPR recommended it as well, so I'm going for it.
Sing, Unburied, Sing, Jesmyn Ward.
I've heard so many good things about Ward's new book, I couldn't possibly pass it up. I love a good character-driven family drama that has me feelin' all the feels.
Have a book suggestion for next month? Let me know in the comments below!