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Book Recommendations - Favorites

This is a blog with my favorite books. If you haven't read them, I highly recommend them. Depending on your taste, I hope you can find something you like, but if you are open to reading anything, check them out all! Also, note this list may be updated as I get more favorites.

Also, thank you to everyone who suggested ideas for my next blog on Instagram. This blog is one of your suggestions!

Image of my favorite book taken from Amazon


  1. And the Mountains Echoed - Khaled Hosseini. This is a book that will make you cry, a powerful story of siblinghood, literally capturing the love between a brother and a sister through a beautiful journey that will take away your breath. You have to read this book. JUST READ IT.

  2. Beloved - Toni Morrison. A book in the aftermath of the American Civil War. "It tells the story of a family of former slaves whose Cincinnati home is haunted by a malevolent spirit."

  3. The Dinner - Herman Koch. This book is not for everyone... The whole story happens over dinner, and it may seem boring or impossible to think that a book can keep you interested over "one scene," but trust me, I have never read a book faster. You will not be able to put this book down... Just know that it will surprise you, challenge you, and raise a few questions.

  4. Jeffrey Siger series starting with Murder in Mykonos. His books are about murder mysteries in beautiful parts of Greece. He paints the country in a realistic light, helps you travel to unique destinations, and uncover the villains.

  5. Gone with the Wind - Margaret Mitchell. A classic about the civil war and love .... and much more.

  6. All the Light We Cannot See - Anthony Doerr. During WWII, a blind French girl meets a German boy... This book is full of emotion and the power of human connection. It will restore your faith in humanity.

  7. Storm Front - Jim Butcher. This is a series. I just ordered the second book. This is about a magician, a very witty and entertaining one who tries to solve a serious crime. It combines elements of reality with magic. You have to like both strong crime scenes and the magical to enjoy it.

E.K.

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