November 2018

All of the books I read in November, organized by mood.  I’ve linked my more in depth reviews wherever possible.

  • For the short but sweet story that will hit you in the heart: Fox 8 by George Saunders
  • For when you feel like falling in love (and out of love, and maybe back in): Places I Stopped on the Way Home by Meg Fee
  • For when you want to decide for yourself whether the movie lives up to the book: Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
  • For a beautiful novel that reads like a collection of short stories, sweeping across centuries and continents: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
  • For a rom-com, plain and simple: Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  • For the memoir that will make you cry, both of laughter and of pain: This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Philipps
  • For when you’d like to take a ten day health retreat but can’t get out of the office, escape through: Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty
  • For those days you wished you lived in NYC, surrounded by your imperfect childhood friends: The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer

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