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The Books You Won't Want to Stop Reading this Season

The Books You Won't Want to Stop Reading this Season

by Rakhee Bhatt

Grab your shades and curl up in the sun with one—or all—of these late summer reads.

This Is Me

Part autobiography and part self-improvement manual, this memoir from This Is Us star Chrissy Metz offers an open look into her adolescence and struggles to make it in Hollywood, along with tips on how to be more grateful in life and how to be honest with your significant other.

Florida

Fates and Furies writer Lauren Groff returns with this collection of dark short stories, all taking place in the Sunshine State, where readers will peer into the lives of such characters like abandoned sisters, a homeless woman, and a childless couple.

Kinsugi Wellness

Infusing her Japanese heritage into everyday life, wellness writer and Top Chef alum Candice Kumai’s new book delves into the practices for developing inner strength along with offering healthy recipes like veggie ramen and roasted kabocha squash bowl.

All We Ever Wanted

Something Borrowed author Emily Giffin returns with this book, which traces three Nashville dwellers whose lives all change when a photograph snapped at a party circulates around the community forcing them to reexamine who they are and what they want out of life.

Heart Talk

With a popular Instagram account to her name, poet Cleo Wade assembles over 120 original poems, mantras, and affirmations into this book to deliver relatable advice for daily life.

And Now We Have Everything: On Motherhood Before I Was Ready

Offering a candid look into her experience having an unplanned pregnancy in her twenties, author Meaghan O’Connell writes about the fears, anxieties, and existential moments that she has experienced in motherhood.

Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows

In this tale from author Balli Kaur Jaswal, Londoner Nikki takes a job teaching creative writing where, spurred by an error, she ends up teaching Sikh widows how to write erotic fiction.

The Last Black Unicorn

Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish’s memoir explores her upbringing in a poor neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, where she learned to survive by making people laugh and how that led her to enter the world of comedy.

The Rules of Magic

This prequel to Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman comes over 20 years after the original book and follows the Owens family in ’60s-era New York City as they learn about old family secrets, who they really are, and how to navigate love.

Little Fires Everywhere

Celeste Ng’s new book follows artist Mia Warren and her teenage daughter Pearl as they arrive in an idyllic suburb of Ohio, where the town quickly becomes divided over a family attempting to adopt a Chinese-American baby.

The Favorite Sister

Author Jessica Knoll follows up Luckiest Girl Alive with this thriller about five super successful women who come together to appear on a New York City reality show called Goal Diggers and how one of them dies under mysterious circumstances.

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