BOOKS READ IN 2015

beginning with the most recent
  1. 1.
    the girl on the train⭐️
    paula hawkins read this at work before xmas break. it kept my attention the whole time and j couldn't wait to find out the ending.
  2. 2.
    fever
    mary beth keane
  3. 3.
    furiously happy⭐️
    jenny lawson there were so many instances and examples in this book that I could relate to. so nice to see that someone else faces the same struggles I do.
  4. 4.
    raven stole the moon
    garth stein
  5. 5.
    stargirl
    jerry spinelli
  6. 6.
    wake up happy every day
    stephen may
  7. 7.
    love, stargirl
    jerry spinelli
  8. 8.
    you're never weird on the Internet⭐️
    felicia day I knew nothing about felicia day before this book. a great book.
  9. 9.
    lost & found⭐️⭐️
    brooke davis a story about an unlikely trio. laughed out loud often
  10. 10.
    11/22/63⭐️
    stephen king
  11. 11.
    the likeness
    tana french
  12. 12.
    a sudden light
    garth stein
  13. 13.
    before I go to sleep⭐️
    s.j. watson the movie is also very good
  14. 14.
    in the woods
    tana french
  15. 15.
    isla and the happily ever after
    stephanie perkins
  16. 16.
    the sleepwalker's guide to dancing
    mira jacob
  17. 17.
    bittersweet
    miranda beverly-whittemore
  18. 18.
    remember me like this
    bret anthony johnson
  19. 19.
    the martian⭐️
    andy weir thanks to @justjills for recommending this. once she quit saying it was the "book about math," I decided to give it a go.
  20. 20.
    don't move
    margaret mazzintini
  21. 21.
    me and earl and the dying girl
    jesse andrews
  22. 22.
    the life and times of the thunderbolt kid
    bill bryson
  23. 23.
    go set a watchman
    harper lee
  24. 24.
    the lying game
    sara shepard
  25. 25.
    ask the passengers
    a.s. king
  26. 26.
    love letters to the dead
    ava dellaira
  27. 27.
    the nightingale
    kristin hannah
  28. 28.
    home sweet anywhere: how we sold our house, created new life, and saw the world
    lynne martin
  29. 29.
    the rosie project
    graeme simsion
  30. 30.
    what the dog knows: the science and wonder of working dogs⭐️
    cat warren interesting read if you're a dog lover
  31. 31.
    I am the messenger
    markus zusak
  32. 32.
    let's pretend this never happened⭐️
    jenny lawson
  33. 33.
    miss peregrine's home for peculiar children
    ransom riggs
  34. 34.
    unabrow: misadventures of a late bloomer⭐️⭐️
    una lamarche I read so many books that made me feel like, "this person knows exactly how awkward I am!" this year. this was another one.
  35. 35.
    serena
    ron rash
  36. 36.
    you should have known
    jean hanff korelitz
  37. 37.
    how to be a good wife
    emma chapman
  38. 38.
    this is what happy looks like
    jennifer smith
  39. 39.
    the fever
    megan abbott
  40. 40.
    then we came to the end
    joshua ferris
  41. 41.
    eleanor & park
    rainbow rowell
  42. 42.
    the storied life of a.j. fickery
    gabrielle zevin
  43. 43.
    wild⭐️
    cheryl strayed
  44. 44.
    the duff
    kody keplinger
  45. 45.
    the vow
    jessica martinez
  46. 46.
    the evolution of calpurnia tate
    jacqueline kelly
  47. 47.
    calling me home
    julie kibler
  48. 48.
    reconstructing amelia
    kimberly mccreight
  49. 49.
    love and other impossible pursuits
    ayelet waldman
  50. 50.
    thirteen reasons why
    jay asher
  51. 51.
    station eleven
    emily st. john mandel
  52. 52.
    one amazing thing
    chitra banerjee divakaruni
  53. 53.
    bittersweet
    sarah ockler
  54. 54.
    hyperbole and a half⭐️⭐️
    allie brosh