1. Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover
I absolutely loved the book. If you haven’t read this one yet, then go buy it immediately!
Tara Westover writes her exhilarating memoir of a life growing up in the mountains of Idaho. Her large family trains for survival, but at the expense of formal education.
Craving adventure and friends she seeks a new way of life, but isolated and with extremist views, Tara has trouble fitting in to society.
Educated will take you on a wild journey through mountains, family, loyalty, and what it means to be educated.
Get one last taste of summer sun and bare feet before you settle into fall.
2. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson
Blunt. Honest. Explicit.
Mark Manson, blogger and bestselling self-help author, writes amazingly refreshing tips to living your best life. No-nonsense advice delivered in the most brutal way possible.
Don’t worry, this book isn’t all doom and gloom. It’s actually incredibly motivating and liberating to be told to throw caution to the wind and live your life on your own terms.
At the very least, you’ll be pleasantly entertained while you curl up during the first cool nights of fall.
3. The Wish by Nicholas Sparks
You know him. You’ve read him. You want more.
Nicholas Sparks’ newly released The Wish will have you falling in love all over again. Maggie Dawes is an established New York photographer with a complex past. Break out the tissue box, because serious illness, teen pregnancy, and a classic Sparks love story will have you bawling your eyes out over these memorable characters.
If you’re ready to fly through fall all the way to winter, you’ll enjoy this tale set on a Christmas long ago on the North Carolina coast.
4. Enemy at the Gates by Kyle Mills and Vince Flynn
Another Mitch Rapp novel in the bestselling series will have you hunkered down for an all-nighter with the first hints of fall.
Bundle up, because Mitch and Irene are back for another nonstop thriller. This time, the assassin plays the role of body guard for an uber rich elite.
Multiple plot lines and complex characters are back again in classic Vince Flynn style, now being written by Kyle Mills.
You’ll take comfort in joining these beloved characters once again in Enemy at the Gates. I know I’ve been eagerly awaiting this release.
5. The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music by Dave Grohl
If Dave Grohl wrote it, you know it’s going to be good. Doesn’t matter if it’s song lyrics or a book.
Another memoir for this list, Dave Grohl will warm your heart with tales of his life making music and raising a family.
Exciting stories of wild performances, unique opportunities, and once-in-a-lifetime people.
I’ve always been a fan of the Foo Fighters and now our beloved Dave gives us another type of masterpiece: The Storyteller.