Quiet, by Susan Cain | A great read can be transformative—and may even change the way you think about your life. These books, chosen by RS staffers, are so powerful, you'll want to read them again—and share them with your friends.
It happens to hundreds, maybe thousands, of people everyday. You're on the subway or the commuter rail, and your book is just starting to get good: the police are about to break down the murder's door; the protagonist is near-death at the hand of her
This is a good list! Number seven is already on my nightstand for a reading challenge. And number twelve made me burst into tears at the end because I was so attached to his story. I also want to read Frankenstein.