Looking for recommendations to avoid another bad Hudson News impulse buy (snacks and magazines not included).
  1. Suggested by @bjnovak
  2. The Vegetarian- Han Kang
    Suggested by @saracerutti
  3. In the Garden of Beasts
    I read this Erik Larson on 2 plane flights. Maybe not Larson's best, but still extremely interesting and the parallels to pre/early Nazi Germany warning signs and today's political climate are eerie and extremely disconcerting.
    Suggested by @LizDawson
  4. Stories by Katherine Mansfield
    These early 20th century short stories are beautiful, imaginative, and highly under appreciated .
    Suggested by @LizDawson
  5. Static
    I just bought it like 20 minutes ago and have read only one of the stories. It was really great so I'm assuming the rest are as well.
    Suggested by @heathermarie
  6. Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro
    My favourite and the one I'll recommend everyone in the whole wide world read.
    Suggested by @kaitmaree
  7. The History of Love by Nicole Krauss—my favorite. Beautifully written fiction.
    I also just read a good short story collection—Always Happy Hour by Mary Miller
    Suggested by @lame
  8. here are a bunch of excellent short story collections (many are the same title of a particular story but I'm referring to the whole book!)
    Where I'm Calling From by Raymond Carver; Gorilla, My Love by Toni Cade Bambara; A Good Man is Hard to Find by Flannery O'Connor; Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri
    Suggested by @americson
  9. Lincoln In The Bardo by George Saunders
    Suggested by @jstncwlcx
  10. Moonwalking with Einstein
    A fascinating book that leads you through the history of memory and traces the author's journey from being a journalist sent to cover the US Memory Championship to being a journalist who won the US Memory Championship the next year
    Suggested by @paddycakin
  11. Any book of short stories by gene Wolfe. Unlike any other author, multiple layers in all of his writing.
    Suggested by @bradbevers
  12. The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood
    Don't know why it took me this long to read it. Holy moly.
    Suggested by @kswholmes