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So your book club devolved into a wine club (hey, the best ones do), and you never actually got around to finishing Infinite Jest. In fact, the last book your read was…wait, what was that last book you actually read? Doesn’t matter. Don’t be too hard on yourself. Instead, get back in the game with one of these page-turners.
Don’t worry about the loud cry-laughing you’ll do on the train when you read this. Everyone will be too busy looking at their phones to notice. Buy the book
Remember the Patty Hearst kidnapping? Relive it in this dramatic retelling you won’t be able to put down (even if your page-turning fingers are a little rusty). Buy the book
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If your favorite thing to do when you read is cry, then look no further. This tearjerker is for you. (Kleenex not included.) Buy the book
For the lit geek at heart (hey, don’t beat yourself up for not reading in a while), this novel tells the story of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley. Buy the book
Three women, a tight-knit beachside community and all the little lies that snowball out of proportion. Yeah, it’s an addictive read. Buy the book
This YA novel will tug at the heartstrings of anyone who’s ever had a crush. But don’t get too sappy on us: It’s also a mystery that will have you LOLing along the way. Buy the book
It’s a little slice of small-town America with a big helping of charm. This novel about a 35-year-old self-proclaimed “spinster” navigating marriage proposals and her past is best read nestled in a big comfy chair. Buy the book
How exactly would a socially awkward academic go about finding love? With data and analytics, of course. (Yeah, it doesn’t exactly work out that way.) It’s an intelligent, breezy rom-com for the modern era. Buy the book
If it takes a thriller to get you back into reading, this is the one. After her mother and sisters are killed in a satanic murder, Libby Day finds herself running from the killer once again. Buy the book
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