Buying a bookish gift for the book recommender in your life can be a paralyzing task—we get it. What do you get a book lover who seems to have all the books in the world? Here at Off the Shelf, we spend all year looking for new exciting reads and suggesting old favorites . . . and even giving many away. You might be under the impression that we’ve got all we could ever want. But there’s always room on our bookshelves and these are just a few of the books still on our wish lists (hint, hint).
Toni Morrison’s address to the Wellesley graduates of 2004 overflows with sage advice and inspiring quotes to live by. Morrison’s books will provide you with enough life lessons to get you through life’s most challenging seasons. SULA is a novel about friendship, unforgivable betrayal, and how a friendship survives through sharply divergent paths of womanhood.
Read the full review of ALL THE MISSING GIRLS.
A spellbinding psychological thriller told in reverse, Megan Miranda’s first novel for adult readers is about the connected disappearances of two young women ten years apart in the same small town. Miranda has an uncanny talent for suspense. Megan Miranda’s new novel, THE PERFECT STRANGER, is just out.
Read a review of the book Megan Miranda can’t stop recommending.