Post the title, author and cover of your current read, your thoughts so far, and, if you're feeling brave, a mark out of 10. Relist, tag your ListApp reader friends, and we'll do it again next week!
  1. Not Working, by Lisa Owens
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    I was giggling at this book this morning, and my mum asked me why, and I couldn't explain it. The premise doesn't sound that great: the main character, whose name is Claire (yes — this did influence my decision to read it, judge me if you like!) is between jobs and trying to find herself. She's so recognisable and relatable. It's great. Do yourselves a favour and order the British version on Book Depository though, if you don't want your Brits saying "crosswalk" and "potato chips". 8/10
  2. Empire of the Summer Moon by S.C. Gwynne
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    I've been wanting to learn more about Native American history and saw this recommended by @ellenh on a list by @andersun. Figured this would be a good place to start, and it is! Bonus: it mostly takes place close to home, so I'm also learning about the history of my area as well!
    Suggested by @KikiHines
  3. Year of No Clutter by Eve Schaub
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    A book about cleaning out the clutter of the Hell room and trying to not become a hoarder. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv1vd1HHOn4 Good read. 8/10.
    Suggested by @solitarygigi
  4. The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken
    Static
    Just started. I am optimistic since I loved her Passenger books.
    Suggested by @macnchz
  5. In the Woods by Tana French
    Static
    Enjoying it so far. I don't usually read mysteries
    Suggested by @victoriaedel
  6. The Case Against Sugar — Gary Taubes
    Static
    I'm generally not good with this type of non-fiction. (Where are the characters? The plot points?) But I'm trying to bolster my resolve to cut out sugar (again). I'm about 1/3 in and some of the history's absolutely fascinating. We're about to dig in on the science, do god help me.
    Suggested by @readjulia