These books were listed in the above linked article as books that can be read in one sitting. I am wondering how long a sitting is. An hour? Three hours? I’ll have to find out. I have some of the books on the list.
These books came out this month, and they were listed as favorites in the above linked article. I’ll have to keep my eye out for them.
- No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference Greta Thunberg
- On Swift Horses Shannon Pufahl
- The Starless Sea Erin Morgenstern
- Fleabag: The Scriptures Phoebe Waller-Bridge
- The Beautiful OnesPrince
- SpyDanielle Steel Alexandra Wickham
- The Confession ClubElizabeth Berg
- Mary Toft; or, The Rabbit QueenDexter Palmer
- The Bromance Book Club Lyssa Kay Adams
- The Cartiers Francesca Cartier Brickell
- A Song for YouRobyn Crawford
- I Lost My Girlish Laughter Jane Allen
- Don’t Be Evil Rana Foroohar
- Not the Girl You Marry Andie J. Christopher
- The Innocents Michael Crummey
- Song of the Crimson Flower Julie C. Dao
- Under Occupation Alan Furst
- Twisted Twenty-Six Janet Evanovich
- The Captain and the Glory Dave Eggers
- The Crown: The Official Companion, Volume 2 Robert Lacey
The above linked article talks about books that had surprise endings. Some were shocking. I want to add a few to the list, but I think I have my hands full with wanting to read so many of these already.
The above linked article talks about the newly released non fiction books listed below. A few of them are on my TBR list, and some of the others sound interesting, too.
Because I enjoy my book lists, several people recommended this book to me. I’ve only flipped through it, but it looks like fun. Most are unauthorized lists, just for fun, but I’m going to start working on them.