23 Books You Didn’t Read In High School But Actually Should
The Plague Dogs- Richard Adams
5/12: ethereal magical story, set in 1920's Alaska, told by Jack and Mabel, homesteaders trying to re-start their lives, tougher than they ever imagined while living in isolation and great beauty. They are defined by an earlier loss of a child, they find meaning and purpose after building a snow chid.
The Snow Child- Eowyn Ivey
Howl's Castle Series: Book 1: Howl's Moving Castle. "In the land of Ingary, such things as spells, invisible cloaks, and seven-league boots were everyday things. The Witch of the Waste was another matter. After fifty years of quiet, it was rumored that the Witch was about to terrorize the country again. So when a moving black castle, blowing dark smoke from its four thin turrets, appeared on the horizon, everyone thought it was the Witch. The castle, however, belonged to Wizard Howl . . ."
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks
paperback cover of Frances' posthumously published autobiography "Will There Really Be a Morning." Highly sensationalized, much of it was actually written by Frances' Indianapolis companion Jean Ratcliffe. Like the film Frances, it most likely embellishes the most graphic episodes of Frances' life, but the actress' voice can still be heard.
Will There Really Be a Morning by Frances Farmer
The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice