I'm a multiple books at a time kind of girl. You?
  1. The Men Who United the States by Simon Winchester
    A fascinating history of early America. Did you know tumbleweeds aren't native to the Americas?? Their seeds were accidentally brought to Dakota territory by Russian immigrants in the 1870s.
  2. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
    This is so good!! WHY HAVE I NEVER READ MARGARET ATWOOD?? I have a bad feeling about where it's headed though. (Stress!)
  3. Looking for Alaska by John Green
    The perfect light antidote to the heavy dystopian reading I've got going on. Funny so far, and great on audio.
  4. Wool by Hugh Howey
    A mystery set in a silo in a distant future. The people have lived in the silo for generations, because the outside air is full of toxins, but then the sheriff sacrifices his life for a glimpse outside, and deeper mysteries are uncovered. Originally published as 5 novellas, they make for fascinating reading when combined in one book!