1. A Separation by Katie Kitamura
    Heard a lot about this book around its release date. A woman goes to Greece looking for her estranged husband, who's disappeared. It's great so far, and the rare gem of a literary novel that's also relatively way to read. 8.2/10
  2. Beartown by Fredrik Backman
    I started it yesterday and I'm half way finished. It's about small towns with nothing to look forward to but hockey 🏑. Hockey is what will save everyone. Hockey is what will break everyone. I grew up in this sort of town. It's scary how accurate and familiar this book is. 5/5
    Suggested by @solitarygigi
  3. Mockingjay
    Hunger Games is just feeling so relevant these days
    Suggested by @victralala
  4. Simple but good advice. It's not something that I haven't heard before, but she finds a way to make it resonate for me.
    Suggested by @ashleyapproved
  5. The Wonder Trail by Steve Hely
    Just started. Like the voice so far and easy to read.
    Suggested by @macnchz
  6. We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories From Rwanda by Philip Gourevitch
    I have to remind myself to breathe.
    Suggested by @theshome