1. I finished Cursed Child
  2. I started All the Light We Cannot See but my mind keeps wandering while I read it.
  3. What are some books that you just couldn't put down because they were so good?
  4. I like all genres!
  5. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss!
    It's fantasy, it's long, it's addictive and the audiobook is well read.
    Suggested by @LaiaPM
  6. The joke - Milan Kundera
    Suggested by @idae
  7. Time Traveler's Wife
    Suggested by @amieshmamie
  8. The October Country by Ray Bradbury
    Suggested by @BrentMWiggins
  9. Any book by Ted Dekker
    Suggested by @gnarshiptrooper
  10. Renée Ahdieh's The Wrath and the Dawn
    A vibrant retelling of One Thousand and One Nights that has characters as complex as the secrets they keep.
    Suggested by @kaydbug89
  11. Libba Bray's The Diviners
    A fun, creepy tale of the supernatural set against a Prohibition era New York. (The sequel, Lair of Dreams, came out last year.)
    Suggested by @kaydbug89
  12. Katie Heaney's Never Have I Ever: My Life (So Far) Without a Date
    This is one that I purchased on a whim a couple of years ago that's easily become one of my favorite memoirs ever.
    Suggested by @kaydbug89
  13. I really enjoyed the series by Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling), and also The Casual Vacancy (also by Rowling)
    Suggested by @lillie_dodd
  14. Gloria Steinem's My Life on the Road
    I'm bias because I adore Gloria Steinem. But even so, this is still a fascinating read about the journey that's taken her from the backseat of the family car to talking to circles in India to becoming one of the feminist icon we know her as today.
    Suggested by @kaydbug89
  15. The Girl on the Train or anything by Gillian Flyn (Gone Girl, Sharp Objects). They're popular/being made into movies/thrillers but I read them all in 1-2 days bc I couldn't put them down!
    Suggested by @StacyL
  16. "Where'd You Go, Bernadette?"
    Quirky, emotional, fun, with an element of mystery and suspense... I have lent my copy 6 times now and each person has loved it too.
    Suggested by @silverwolf634
  17. Girl Sleuth: Nancy Drew and the Women Who Created Her, by Melanie Rehak
    Even if you didn't read Nancy Drew books, this book tells a fascinating story of the creator, his publishing empire, and the women's movement in the 1930s. I learned a lot, and loved the writing style of Melanie Rehak.
    Suggested by @Dashelamet