By Graeme Simsion
The highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel The Rosie Project has arrived! Starring the same unforgettable couple now living in New York City and unexpectedly expecting their first child, if you were swept away by the books that’s captivated a million readers worldwide, you will love The Rosie Effect.
For Fans Of: The Rosie Project or One Plus One
By Misty Copeland
Misty Copeland has made history as the only African-American soloist dancing at the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, but her story goes beyond the insular world of ballet. Exploring the universal themes of class, race, body image, and coming of age, Life in Motion is the American story.
For Fans Of: The Glass Castle or Wild
The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II
By Denise Kiernan
This incredible, never-before-told story of the thousands of young women of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, who unknowingly played a crucial role in the development of the atomic bomb, casts a new light on one of the most significant moments in American history.
For Fans Of: Unbroken or The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
By Susannah Cahalan
This gripping memoir and medical suspense story about a young New York Post reporter’s struggle with a rare and terrifying disease not only opens a new window into the fascinating world of brain science, but is a powerful account of one woman’s struggle to recapture her identity.
For Fans Of: My Stroke of Insight or The Memory Palace
By Meg Wolitzer
Meg Wolitzer, author of New York Times bestselling The Interestings, brings her characteristic wit and intelligence to a provocative story that raises big questions about voice, power, and gender in literature. Slim but smart, The Wife can be read in a day and remain on your mind for much longer.
For Fans Of: The Interestings or The Husband’s Secret
By Reyna Grande
Inspirational, unsparing, honest, and poignant, Reyna Grande’s memoir puts a sobering voice to the humanity of the Mexican immigrant experience, the joys and sorrows of childhood, and the courage it takes to heal the scars of the past.
For Fans Of: How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accent or Waiting for Snow in Havana