I’m the type of person who always has a stack of books taller than me on my reading list. I’ve got a bookshelf in my room filled mostly with books I haven’t read yet, about 20 samples on my iPad, and a Goodreads account with more books than I can remember. Somehow though, I always want more books. I’m always looking for that one that’s going to be can’t-put-it-down, change-your-life kind of a book, so my list keeps growing.
Right now, these are the top 5 books on my reading list.
When my roommate and I saw this book in Barnes & Noble, her only comment was “oh, Kiersten. You need to read that!”
Bitch is a compilation of five feminist essays, critiquing on gender relations and “difficult women” through the lens of well-known women throughout history, like Hilary Clinton.
I’m really excited to read this book, as I’ve recently started reading more feminist works.
Alicia suggested this book in one of her older posts, and it seems right up my alley! I’ve always loved slightly magical books that seem to suggest that of course magic exists, and it’s all around us. We simply don’t see it because it blends right into the everyday. It’s the reason I loved The Night Circus, and Practical Magic. It’s also why I’m thoroughly excited to read this book beyond the 20-page sample on my iPad.
In my last semester of college, I developed a love for creative non-fiction.
An Anthology of Madness is a compilation of short stories by Max Andrew Dubinsky covering topics like his addiction and homelessness, among others.
This book promises to be both heart-wrenching and thought-provoking, and it’s definitely on my list!
The Interestings follows a group of friends who meet at summer camp for the arts the year Nixon resigns. During that summer, they become best friends, and the book follows them over the course of their lives, detailing their friendships and what they ended up doing despite their love of art.
This is another book that I’ve read the first 20 pages or so of on my iPad, and can’t wait to read the rest of!
I’ve had this book on my iPad for a while, and have gotten about halfway through it. But life, other books, and a difficulty getting through it have left it behind. I downloaded this book because I loved Practical Magic, also by Alice Hoffman.
Typically, I’m not one to force myself to finish a book. But I remember Practical Magic being difficult to get through as well, and I loved it.
What about you? What’s on your reading list?