September 16, 2015
If you’re like us, the perfect fall evening includes cozy clothes, a blanket, a warm drink, and a captivating book. As we say “bring it on” to fall and all that it brings, we’re especially excited to welcome in some fall reading.
We know that the wide array of books available on the market make it hard to choose, so we’re helping you sift through the offerings with this list of 4 books you must read this fall, most of which can be found at Coles Marlborough Mall. Our picks span in genre and personality, including, the telling tale of a woman's 15 months in captivity, an addicting psychological thriller that takes a look into dark areas of people’s lives, and a refreshing self-help book that chronicle’s one person’s journey to happiness. So we say go ahead: read one, two, or all of them, because they are sure to become favorites on your fall reading list.
Let the reading begin!
Thriller: If you’re looking for a story that will draw you in, this is the book for you. The Girl on the train is being described as one of the year’s best releases. This Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller will leave you asking the question “Just what goes on in the houses you pass by every day?”, as it follows the lives of six adults, in a winding story full of twists and unexpected turns.
Memoir: A House in the Sky is a definite must-read and is sure to become a memorable can't-put-it-down type of book to be cherished for years to come. It follows the true story of a young woman whose wanderlust and explorative nature brings her across the globe, including in the country of Somalia, where she is held captive for 460 days. It’s a beautifully written story of survival, courage and the self-freeing power of forgiveness.
Biography: Wilbur and Orville Wright were perhaps the most influential brothers in history and are known as the fathers of modern aviation for the way that they revolutionized transportation on the planet. David McCullough is being applauded as a great story teller, for his telling of the lives of two men who left a giant mark the modern age.
Self-help: Not everyone is the same, so maybe fall doesn’t make you happy like it does for us. Well, this book might be one to help with that! This delicious tell all book by Gretchen Rubin is being praised for its ability to make the reader happy just by reading it. The Happiness Project is a breath of fresh air in comparison to others in its genre. Gretchen Rubin approaches the telling of her journey to a happier mind state, with practical information, honestly, and a lot of humour. It is a book that is bursting with absorbing details about the science of happiness and the steps that the author took to change her life for the better.
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