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The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson, Toobin

Holy guacamole.

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Mozart: A Life, Paul Johnson

I didn’t know anything about Mozart before this book.

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Caraval, Stephanie Garber

Spoiler alert: this book sucks.

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I’ll Give You the Sun, Jandy Nelson

It’s the day after Lollapalooza and the only way I can cope with my sun burn and the 4.5 hour flight ahead is a book.

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The Magpie Murders, Anthony Horowitz

Spoiler Alert: I really liked this one.

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Eleanor and Park, Rainbow Rowell

When you’re obsessed with reading, all of your time is spent playing catch up.

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Where’d You Go Bernadette? Maria Semple

Throw back Thurs

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The Winter People, Jennifer McMahon

Do not read if you’re alone in your house at night. Especially if you live near the woods.

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Into the Water, Paula Hawkins

I do not envy an artist, of any medium, who’s first work is a massive success. The bar set incredibly high for future work,¬†everything will always¬†be compared to the first. This, unfortunately, is where we find Hawkins’ second novel.

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Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman

Fun fact: the title of this book is in fact Neverwhere and NOT Neverland. I’m trying to save you all the embarrassment of thinking this is about Peter Pan.

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