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There’s a book list for anything you could be looking for. From some of the best books of all time to African American history books to books that’ll open your eyes to something new or books that’ll keep you hooked until the end, you are sure to find a list of books that fit your fancy. And if you don’t know where to start, here’s a list of books we think everyone should read.
Go beyond the most popular magical realism books and read these hidden gems.
By DeAnna Janes
Surround yourself with queens, princes, and the British people.
These books are sure to warm you up.
Tis the season to get lost in a book.
Any one of these reads would make a great gift.
Are any of these books on your TBR list?
"A classic is a book which people praise and don't read." —Mark Twain
Depressed that Mad Men is no more? Read your way through the pain.
By Jessica Ferri & Kimmy Kelly
These books feature twisted relationships with money, family, power, and community.
By Nicole Klett
From modern to classic.
Missing the Crawley family? Let these 15 books assuage the end of Downton grief.
Get to know the country on everyone’s mind.
“Always read stuff that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.”
Which ones are truly worth your time?
By Nicole Klett
Pick a series you won't want to put down.
A woman with a love for the written word, and a dedication to the truth.
How many have you read?
“The true New Yorker secretly believes that people living anywhere else have to be, in some sense, kidding.”―John Updike
This annual writing competition has spawned some incredible novels.
Go beyond Charles Dickens and J.R.R. Tolkein.