Jimmy Bluefeathers

                             —Kim Heacox


To The End Of The Land                                           

                           —David Grossman


Between the World and Me

                          —Ta-Nehisi Coates


The Nightingale

            —Kristin Hannah


A Man Called Ove

             —Fredrik Backman


Invention of Wings

                        —Sue Monk Kidd


Under the Stars: How America Fell in Love with Camping

                         —Dan White


An Unnecessary Woman

                —Rabih Alameddine

   

Blue Mind

          —Wallace J. Nichols


The Photographer’s Wife

                      —Suzanne Joinson


Behind the Beautiful Forevers

                        —Katherine Boo


All The Light We Cannot See

                              —Anthony Doerr


Two Wheels North: Bicycling the West Coast in 1909

                                        —Evelyn McDaniel Gibb


The Orphan Train

                —Christina Baker Kline


Life After Life

                —Kate Atkinson


This House Is Not For Sale

                        —E.C. Osondu


H is for Hawk

            —Helen Macdonald


Leaving Before The Rains Come

                         —Alexandra Fuller


The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

                                           —Rebecca Skloot


The Wallcreeper

                —Nell Zink


The Map of Enough: One Woman’s Search for Enough

                                                            —Molly Caro May


Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town

                                                                    —Jon Krakauer


A Lady Cyclist’s Guide to Kashgar

                                    —Suzanne Joinson


The Aviator’s Wife

            —Melanie Benjamin


The Rosie Project

            —Graeme Simsion


Guilt

     —John LesCroart


The Boston Girl

                 —Anita Diamant


Rouge River Journal

                 —John Daniel


The Last Days of Dogtown

                           —Anita Diamant


The Tiger’s Wife

            —Téa Obreht

Books I didn’t want to end.
I’m beginning to find this a rather odd classification—it’s not that the others weren’t enjoyable or worthy reads. Furthermore, I must admit, the choice of “star” or “no star” often hinges on my momentary mood about the state of the world.

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