If you want to diversify your reading list and learn something new at the same time, you can't go wrong by reading nonfiction books about mental illness. Whether you want to read the accounts of others with your condition or better understand why ableism is awful, books by and about people living
Anyone who knows me really well will tell you that I have an unhealthy obsession with young adult books. Reading is my favorite hobby of all time, because I just love that they can to take me to different worlds and open up my imagination. In fact, reading books makes me feel like I’m taking a … Read More
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) For people who enjoy: High-impact thrillers....Why it's worth the read: When Rachel sees something she cannot unsee on her train commute, she gets entangled in a suspenseful mystery involving a beautiful couple and their secrets. It's easy to see why this page-turner is being compared to both Gone Girl and Hitchcock's Rear Window.