Malibu Rising tells the story of the Riva family in two timelines. The first spans the 24 hours before and during the 1983 annual Riva end-of-summer party. The second covers the 25 years that led up to the events of this seminal night. Read my full review here.
Give and Take by Adam Grant looks at people’s natural propensity to be either givers, takers, or matchers and examines the ramifications of each. Read my full review here.
Dava Shastri’s Last Day is a sweeping story about a fiercely ambitious woman who wrote the narrative of her life and then lived it out–right to the very last moment.
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Thought I Knew You by Kate Moretti tells the story of Claire Barnes, a woman whose husband has just disappeared. Read my full review here.
The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan is a warm and fuzzy Christmas novel that feels just like a Hallmark movie. Read my full review here.