favorites by category mentioned in episode
*Most devastating, gorgeous novel that alternates between time periods - Rebecca Makkai’s The Great Believers
*Most satisfying end of a long series that I’ve been reading for years - Sarah J. Maas’s Kingdom of Ash
*Best memoir that left me tearing up every five minutes - Michelle Obama’s Becoming
*Best YA verse novel that includes brilliant slam poetry - Elizabeth Acevedo’s The Poet X
*Best book I thought I would hate, but ended up LOVING - Rebecca Serle’s The Dinner List
*Most compelling non-fiction that I have read in a LONG time. - John Carreyrou’s Bad Blood
not my cup of tea
*Ashley - Angelo Surmelis’s The Dangerous Art of Blending In
*Jen - Ariel Lawhon’s I Was Anastasia
*Sara - Emily Giffin’s All We Ever Wanted
favorites by category - children's books
*Ashley - A book I’ve decided my girls will absolutely have to read (I hope… fingers crossed that they will like it) - Kelly Barnhill’s The Girl Who Drank the Moon
*Jen - A book I immediately had to read with my son - Jacqueline Woodson’s Harbor Me
*Sara - A book filled with nostalgia that I HAD to share with my kids - Barbara Robinson's The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
favorites from the podcast
*Ashley - Emily X. R. Pan’s The Astonishing Color of After
*Jen - Tara Westover’s Educated
*Sara - Dane Huckelbridge’s Castle of Water
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