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A few months back, one of our customers sent us a special request for a list of 10 books we felt everyone absolutely must read in his or her lifetime. The question intrigued us and we immediately launched into a heated debate. Should the Bible be on the list? No text has influenced Western culture more, but might it be equally important to read the Koran or the Torah for a more enlightened worldview? How could we whittle down our list to just 10 books? As it turns out, we couldn't. We posed the question to our fellow book-savvy colleagues and, after receiving some 1, nominations!
Matching your book to your mood makes for a very enjoyable reading experience. What are great books to read if we want to be put into a good mood? The more specific the circumstances, the better the recommendation. To gain experience, she hires an escort to practice and perfect her skills in the bedroom—and accidentally falls in love with him. Jessa takes over the business and tries to be strong for everyone but struggles to reach her loved ones that refuse to talk about their issues. As with all unputdownable thrillers, the protagonist in Man of the Year is not what he seems. On the outside, Dr.
B ooks, books, books. They will give you fuller, thicker hair. Job satisfaction comes and goes, partners enrapture and abscond, but you can always fall back on the timeless ability of literature to transport you to a different world. They simultaneously speak to the heart and mind. They teach you about the history of our world, the possibilities of our future and the fabric of our souls.
Now that fall is here, the idea of wrapping up in a comfy fleece blanket with a cup of cider and a good book is all-encompassing. From lesser-known works by the masters, to deep historical dives, to required source reading before new TV shows debut, let this list serve as a fall book club guide. Happy reading! When magazine editor John Berendt moved to Savannah, Georgia, he had no idea that the town's real-life residents—most notably eccentric art dealer Jim Williams and transgendered drag queen The Lady Chablis—would be such fully-realized characters that they'd provide a true-crime murder plot and witty dialogue so compelling that they'd propel his non-fiction novel based on them to set New York Times bestseller records. In honor of The Lady's passing earlier this month, pick up the book that made her a national name. The novel follows the Ramsay family over the course of a decade on their visits to a vacation home in the Scottish isles—and its stream-of-consciousness style, with shifting narrators and a nonlinear plot is a journey unto itself.