What Book Should I Read Next?

How many times have you asked yourself that same question? Well, get ready for the answer. This year I’ll be adding a monthly list of the books I’ve been reading to the blog. Read All Day (RAD) will be a complete list (the good, the bad, and the ugly) of the books I read the previous month. So, here goes:

 

Read All Day: January

1. Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

                                Nine Perfect Strangers

“The lowest point of your life can lead to the highest.”

Genre: Fiction

 

2. Radium Girls by Kate Moore

                                                                                                                          The Radium Girls

“Radium, he determined, was dangerous. It was just that nobody told the girls…”

Genre: Non Fiction, History, Science, Biography

 

3. The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

    The Couple Next Door

“Everyone is faking it, all of them pretending to be something they’re not. The whole world is built on lies and deceit.”

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Fiction, Suspense

 

4. Olive’s Ocean by Kevin Henkes

     Olive's Ocean

 “Home was the same as when Martha had left it, but because “she” had changed, her world seemed slightly different, as though she were seeing everything in sharper focus.”

Genre: Young Adult, Realistic Fiction, Middle Grade

 

5. Locomotion by Jacqueline Woodson

                                                                                    Locomotion

 “No matter how big you get, it’s still okay to cry because everybody’s got a right to their own tears.”

Genre: Poetry, Realistic Fiction, Young Adult, Middle Grade, African American

 

 

6. A Stranger in the House by Shari Lapena

                                                                                                                               A Stranger In The House

“Suspicion is an insidious thing: doubts have started creeping in, things that he’d previously been able to ignore.”

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Fiction, Suspense

 

7. Circe by Madeline Miller

                                                                    Circe

    “It is a common saying that women are delicate creatures, flowers, eggs, anything that may be crushed in a moment’s carelessness. If I had ever believed it, I no longer did.”

Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Mythology, Historical Fiction

 

8. Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance

                                                                                                        Hillbilly Elegy

“whenever people ask me what I’d most like to change about the white working class, I say, “The feeling that our choices don’t matter.”

Genre: Non Fiction, Memoir, Biography, Politics

 

9. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

                                              The Fault In Our Stars

“But it is the nature of stars to cross, and never was Shakespeare more wrong than when he has Cassius note, ‘The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars / But in ourselves.”

Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Realistic Fiction, Coming of Age

 

10. If I Stay by Gayle Forman

                                                                                                                                   If I Stay

“Dying is easy. Living is hard.”

Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Fiction

 

11. Rabbit: The Autobiography of Ms. Pat by Patricia Williams

 

Rabbit the Autobiography of Ms. Pat

“The way you turn  a sad story around, you should be a comedian! You’re the funniest person I know.”

Genre: Memoir, Non Fiction

 

12. An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

                                                                                   An American Marriage

“There are too many loose ends in the world in need of knots.”

Genre: Fiction, Contemporary

Now, Go. See. Do.

~meemish

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