Recommendations please!
  1. I'm going on a book-spending-spree!
  2. I shouldn't. I don't really have the money..
  3. But it's the best kind of spree to spree if one is going to spree!
    Don't you agree?
  4. So, I'm asking for your favourites. Your best bets. Your go-to's!
  5. My favourite author is John Irving.
  6. But I also love most fantasy based novels, autobiographies & a little romance here and there.
  7. I'm a bit of a book slut, I'll pretty much read anything..
    Within reason. I have standards.
  8. So, help a gal out, I look forward to reading your reading suggestions!
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  10. Have you read any Robertson Davies? John Irving was a fan of his and drew inspiration and modeled some characters in A Prayer for Owen Meany off of Davies' characters.
    Suggested by @jennifergster
  11. The Interestings
    About several friends who meet in summer art camp, and their lives and friendships over the following 40+ years. A novel of profound ideas, too.
    Suggested by @larry12334
  12. Any Agatha Christie novel, but I would specifically recommend And Then There Were None or Murder On The Orient Express (they're her most popular for a reason). I always end up buying a ton of her books at used bookstores because they usually go for like $3.
    Suggested by @sarahtrue
  13. The Paper Magician (Charlie N. Holmberg) or The Axe and the Throne (M.D. Ireman) or new books you might like: Modern Lovers (Emma Straub), Smoke (Dan Vyleta), The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper (Phaedra Patrick) 😁
    Suggested by @paulus
  14. The Time Traveler's Wife
    Suggested by @lexie_elyse
  15. The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeny
    Four grown children ready themselves for the inheritance you dream about when the oldest seriously f*cks up. After much of the account is drained, he must figure out how to pay the remaining three back while they continue to hide hidden purchases and mortgages from their spouses. It's so juicy I read it in two days!!!
    Suggested by @morganlynnperry
  16. The Red Rising Series
    It's the best Dystopian/Fantasy/sci fi series I've read this year. It's like if Ender's Game and The Hunger Games had a baby and the result was an amazing allegory on racism/classism and the impact of the industrial revolution with searing romance, action and interesting characters.
    Suggested by @dena
  17. Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness by Susannah Cahalan
    Suggested by @RyanDangerSims
  18. Looking for non-fiction try
    I really enjoyed it.
    Suggested by @solitarygigi
  19. The Golem & The Jinni
    It has everything!
    Suggested by @kcupcaker