Read All About It: Your Autumn Book Club Reading List
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Just like that, the air has gotten slightly crisper, you're wearing jeans more often, and the sunshine isn't as present anymore. Looks like fall is coming in.... hot? Cold? Even as I type this, it's pouring rain outside, expelling any guilt I have for staying inside all day, and finding a good book to dive into. Here's some good reads that have been making waves this year:
A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier
After losing her fiancé in the first world war, Violet defies societal norms and moves to Winchester to become an embroiderer, where she finds passion, community and herself.
After The Flood by Kassandra Montag
In the future, Myra and her daughter live on their fishing boat in a flooded world. When Myra is tipped off to the location of her other daughter, they embark on a dangerous journey.
Supper Club by Lara Williams
Two women, Roberta and Stevie, form a dinner club where they can let loose, eat and have fun. As the club grows in size and boldness, the women must confront their own personal issues.
Searching For Sylvie Lee by Jean Kwok
Amy, an American Chinese immigrant, travels to the Netherlands to search for her missing sister who was raised there as a child.
Rules For Visiting by Jessica Francis Kane
May, a forty-something lonely gardener goes on a trip to revisit her friends from her youth, to learn what went wrong and why she prefers the company of her plants.
What are you reading? Let us know!