Have you ever wondered what happens to Anne de Bourgh after Mr Darcy marries Elizabeth Bennet instead of her? In Molly Greeley's novel The Heiress you can find out! A wonderfully captivating story of growth, liberation, and love this book gives an amazing glimpse into the world of a Jane Austen and is sure to keep you wanting to read more.
Life and relationships are complicated, that is something we all know and most likely have experienced for ourselves. Sally Rooney explores this well-shared experience in her novel Normal People. Following two young adults, Marianne and Connell, we see how their relationship changes throughout the stages of their life. From high school to college Sally Rooney beautifully shares the ups and downs of not only a romantic relationship between Marianne and Connell, but their deep friendship and bond that grows immensely throughout the story. This novel is captivating and relatable; I was hardly able to put the book down.
Daisy Jones & The Six is a fictional story that follows the rise and fall of a rock band in the 1970s. Told in the format of an interview with the band members looking back on their glory days, you are sure to remain intrigued the entire time. Taylor Jenkins Reid creates a world, and a band, like none other. I would highly recommend this book that will give you a glimpse into what 70s rock truly was.
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Alex and Eliza tells the story of Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler. Following the beginning portion of their relationship, it is sure to make you smile. A great book for intermediate readers who love history, Melissa de la Cruz does a great job of mixing love and history perfectly.
Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston tells the story of Janie Crawford, a woman who, on a journey to discover herself, goes through many trials. Experiencing relationships, hardships, independence, and much more Janie grows into a completely different person over the course of the novel. This classic is a must read and will always keep you thinking and reflecting on life.
The Next Person You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom is the sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven. This book follows Annie, the young girl that Eddie saved in the first book, as her life takes a tragic turn and she meets her five people in heaven. We follow her journey as she learns why her life was so important. This is a must-read book if you enjoyed The Five People You Meet in Heaven. I could not put it down!