It’s a new month, so it’s time for new book recommendations! Our team has read a ton of books over the summer and we cant wait to share our favorites with you. Want to learn what’s been lining our bookcases? Keep reading!
It by Steven King
Because It Chapter Two hitting theaters next month, we wanted to refresh our memory by rereading the classic Stephen King novel. It follows a group of friends as they fight to destroy the evil clown Pennywise before he can take every child in their hometown. This book is a page-turner, to say the least, but try not to read it right before bed if you’re afraid of clowns!
Pacific Vortex by Clive Cussler
In this action-packed thriller, Dirk Pitt is up against the impossible. The adventurer and deep-sea diving expert must perform a search and rescue mission to find the famous nuclear arsenal, Starbuck, before it is too late.
One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez
One Hundred Years of Solitude is set in the fictional town of Macondo, Colombia and follows the Buendía family across multiple generations. The family is initially completely isolated from the outside world and are forced to grapple with the realities of both solitude and the increasing pressure to integrate with society. It’s a magical, tragic novel that will leave you wanting to read it again and again.
Remodelista by Julie Carlson
If you love home decor and home renovation, Remodelista is for you! Julie Carson is a home decor expert who is known for her clean designs. In her book, she defines a clear design aesthetic – classic, edited spaces – and gives her readers insight into how they can create it in their homes. We highly recommend you pick up this book if you love home design as much as we do!
Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson
In Jenny Lawson’s second memoir, she delves back into her psyche to talk about her struggles with mental illness, depression, and anxiety. She came up with the philosophy of being “furiously happy” after she forced herself to feel happiness out of her frustration of being stuck in a deep depression. We love this book because Lawson is so honest about her mental illnesses and the ways she attempts to cope with the challenges they present to her.
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