5 Books to Add to Your Fall Reading List 2 comments


5 Books to Add to Your Fall Reading List {living outside the stacks} image courtesy of picmonkey

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I don’t know about you, but when a chill starts to settle in the air, I start looking for all things comfy cozy and there is nothing cozier than a blanket, a cup of coffee, and a good book. Here are 5 I think you should add to your TBR shelf:

1.

One woman’s dark past becomes another’s deadly future

In 2003, sixteen-year-old Rebecca Winter disappeared.  

She’d been enjoying her summer working at a fast-food restaurant, crushing on an older boy and shoplifting with her best friend. Then ominous things began to happen—a presence in her room at night, blackouts, a feeling of being watched.

Eleven years later, she is replaced. 

2.

You can read my review here. Such a fascinating story that makes you wonder what would you do?

3.

An interesting and sad part of American history that I stumbled upon quite by accident when I read Orphan Train {you can read my review here}. This book is similar in nature.

4.

This book made me cry like a baby and then do research like an historian, you can read why here.

5.

The “Mega Diva” and legendary star of Black-ish looks back on her memorable journey to fame and the unforgettable life lessons she learned along the way.

Jenifer Lewis keeps it real in this provocative and touching memoir by a Midwestern girl with a dream whose journey from poverty to Hollywood will move, shock, and inspire listeners.

You can check out more books from my TBR shelf here.

Have you read any of these books? What are your thoughts? Let’s discuss…

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

 

 

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  • I recently reviewed a book called “Through the sad wood our coprses will hang”. It was a heavy read, but a good one.

  • Several years ago, my husband became very interested in the Orphan Train period in our history. I found a number of children’s books (most of them sadly dusty and unread) in the library where I was working at the time so I shared them with him. I am sure he would be interested Before We Were Yours, as am I. Sarah’s Key is a fav and now The Women in the Castle, too. Haven’t written a book review in a long time. Maybe it’s time.