Rainy days and chilly weather are the perfect time for staying indoors, drinking hot cocoa and enjoying a good read. This fall the publishers armed themselves with amazing new titles.
From Sci-Fi’s, criminal novels, to memoirs of strong and successful people. We chose some of the greatest titles which must be found on your fall reading list:
Michelle Obama: “Becoming”
In her memoir, the former first lady describes her less known side of her biography, on a very amusing and easy-to-read way. From her earliest childhood days spent in Chicago to raising her two girls and becoming the first African-American first lady.
Leonard Cohen: “The Flame”
“The Flame” collects Leonard Cohen’s last poems and writings in one place. The book contains a selection from this Canadian artist notebooks, featuring lyrics, prose and illustrations. This amazing heart-touching collection would be a perfect read for rainy days.
Kate Atkinson: “Transcription”
“Transcription” is a story about an 18-year old orphan girl from London, who begins working for the secret service in Great Britain during World War II. After the war she joins the BBC, where her life began to unravel.
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