The book club is now in session…


Hello there loves, may we pretty please chat about books for a quick second?  Below are some of my all-time favorites (I know, I know—I’m such a cliché girly girl…), but I’m in search of something new and figured you could help!  What are your favorites that make you laugh or cry?  What books do you read time and time again?

Emma, The Sun Also Rises, The Girls’ Guide to Hunting and Fishing, Tales of a Female Nomad, Pride and Prejudice, I Feel Bad About My Neck, What Is This Thing Called Love, The Great Gatsby, The Year of Magical Thinking, Eat, Pray, Love, Franny and Zooey, A House in Fez, Anna Karenina, Little Women, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting…and I will add more as they come to me!

(p.s. I am obsessed with the image above, aren’t you???)

58 comments on “The book club is now in session…

  1. claire

    just read the most amazing book my husband recommended…Shadow of the Wind by carlos ruis zafon. i cannot stop thinking about it. loved it all the way through and wanted to read it all over again when i finished. also, enjoyed dreaming in french recently and away by amy bloom.

  2. Melissa

    Love your list! So many of those are favorites and I’ll have to check out the few I haven’t read. Here’s a few of my favs…

    Ender’s Game, Empire Falls, The Book Thief, Jane Eyre, The Phantom Tollbooth, Pride and Prejudice, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, A Moveable Feast, Little Women, Lord of the Rings, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Nine Stories, The Hours, On Writing, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn The History of Love, The Shadow of the Wind

  3. Ashley

    I would add The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, and A Year in Provence, both beautiful, funny, inspiring nonfiction.

  4. Katie H.

    Truman Capote is truly a literary genius. While most remember him for his novella ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, his short stories are beautiful, as well as his moving travel sketches.
    Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple series is really delightful. I have them all in paperback and they are completely tattered and creased- they always seem to be the best company on long flights!

    Last but not least, ‘Mrs. Bridge’ by Evan S. Connel is a wonderful novel about a suburban housewife in midwestern America. It is anything but drab and extremely poignant.

    And I love your list! Oh gosh I am such a bookworm hahah

  5. KateMcG

    I just read Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye- it’s so beautifully written- I can’t believe I had never picked it up before!

  6. Kirby

    I know i’m a bit late for commenting. forgive me. My BFF was in town and we were galavanting through the streets of New York.

    I am a sucker for all books by Jane Green. I’ve reader her book, Jemima J a couple times. I had to close my eyes while reading my sisters keeper a couple of times. The Time Travelers Wife is a Great one! I read it a couple of years ago and I’m thinking I need to read it again. I guess i’m more into the new books than the classics. maybe someday.

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