The weather’s getting chillier. The days are getting shorter. There’s nothing better this time of year then donning a comfy hoodie or sweater and curling up with a good book. (Bonus points if you’re next to a warm fire.)
What to read? We’ve got you covered.
We’ve collected a list of five of our favorite fall reading picks. So grab a book (or get to downloading on your e-book) and make a cup of tea. It’s time to lose track of time in the best way:
1. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
This beautifully penned book jumps between the story of a blind French girl and a German boy during World War II whose paths ultimately intersect.
2. Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
Get a front-row seat to a marriage from both the husband’s and wife’s very different perspectives in this novel that will keep you guessing from chapter to chapter.
3. Serena by Ron Rash
Talk about an independent woman! Serena is set in 1930s western North Carolina and introduces readers to the title character who is anything but predictable.
4. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
This touching tale of a socially challenged genetics professor who learns that love can’t be boiled completely down to a science will keep you delighted throughout.
5. Emily, Alone by Stewart O’Nan
Emily Maxwell is a widow whose grown children don’t live nearby. A seemingly ordinary older woman’s existence becomes changed when Emily finds an independence and strength she didn’t know she had.