book nerd: six must read books for fall

October 16, 2013

Books are the best escape from the craziness of the day; an opportunity to entangle ourselves in magical, interesting and sometimes dark worlds. My book reading has been really pitiful as of late guys, but… I’m now half-way through The Paris Wife, and already eager for more! Here’s what’s next up on my must-read list. I’ve heard amazing things about each of these. What’s on your list to read next??

six fall must read books

the reason I jump // how to be a friend to a friend who’s sick // the silent wife

me before you // the art of hearing heartbeats // the husband’s secret

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  • Merritt Beck

    I love to read so I’ll definitely be looking these up - I did however read the Silent Wife and thought it was a little underwhelming.

    xx, The Style Scribe

  • Allison Buthray

    Thank you so much for sharing! I’m in need of a good book for the fall! Definitely found some contenders up top :)

    xoxo, Ally

  • Dana

    I just finished Me Before You - amazing!!

  • Lia ~ Smart n Snazzy

    Thanks for the rcommendations! I saw the author (translator) of ‘The Reason I Jump’ on the Jon Stewart show a few weeks ago and have been wanting to read it since! I can’t wait to check these out now!
    xo ~ Lia | Smart n Snazzy

  • Alexis Stern

    Me Before You was one of the best books I’ve read in years. AMAZING!


  • Shira

    I go through books like water so I’m excited to check out a couple of these! I read “Me Before You” and really liked it.

  • Stacy G

    Love that you included The Reason I Jump!

  • Leslie Hoff

    A book I’ve got to recommend is called “Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion” by
    author A.R. Taylor ( As a big fan of “The Big Bang Theory” I was
    intrigued by this “Nerd Chic” story about a physicist names David Oster.
    David is an immature guy with a ton of girlfriends and not much
    direction in his life. When offered an opportunity in Washington, he
    leaves California to pursue a new challenge. David is secretly in search
    of a fifth force hidden in the deep ocean waves, but a series of
    strange and hilarious occurrences keep sidetracking his research. This
    is a truly funny book with a twisted dark side to it. If you are a fan
    of the “Nerd Revolution” consider this as a fun read this fall

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