Books are making a major comeback
Here are some riveting reads!

 

  • Changing habits is no easy feat, but in the new year, we’re determined more than ever. In Gretchen Rubin’s self-help novel, Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives, Rubin looks at common areas where we always want an improvement in, and provides the toolkit to do so.

  • Ever want to live in the idyllic snowy landscapes of Alaska? The book The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivy is a haunting look into the life of a couple who battle the harsh northern winters while witnessing an ethereal child visitor of the snow.
  • With equal parts humor and humanity, Calypso, the latest book of essays by humorist David Sedaris, captures the absurdity of life and the looming realities of getting older all in one fell swoop.
  • So many secrets, so little time. In Julia Kelly’s historical fiction novel The Light Over London, readers will discover a series of diaries with too many unanswered questions while being a woman in the British army during World War II.
  • When you’re a professional cat burglar, you may get a little too confident at times. In the highly rated mystery thriller, Absolute Power by David Baldacci, a burglar gets trapped in his latest thievery jobs bedroom closet. While stuck with no way out, he witnesses a high-profile murder.
  • The YA novel, Opposite Of Always by Justin A. Reynolds pulls all the emotional stops. From not making varsity to less-than-perfect grades, Jack keeps trying his best and falls short. During a party, he meets a girl that has everything he’s looking for. Will he be able to rise to the challenge of falling in love?


  • A novel of suspense that explores the complexities of marriage and the dangerous truths we ignore in the name of love.  The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen