Yeah, still doing this. Slowing down a bit, but still going.
18. A Walk in the Woods, Bill Bryson
Travel writer Bill Bryson moves back to America after living 20 years in Britain. To reacquaint himself with the U.S., he decides to hike the Appalachian Trail with his friend. The two are pretty hilarious.
17. Memoir of a Sunday Brunch, Julia Pandl
Julia Pandl’s memoir follows her younger years working at her family’s restaurant in Milwaukee, and how the lessons she learned in the restaurant industry helped her later in life.
16. Riding Fury Home, Chana Wilson
Chana Wilson’s memoir chronicles 40 years of an intense relationship with her mother – dealing her mother’s suicide attempts and mental illness to experiencing feminism during the 70s and coming out as a lesbian.
15. The Girls, Lori Lansens
A novel about the lives of 29-year-old conjoined twins.
14. 1Q84, Huraku Murakami
An epic novel about a girl and guy living in alternate worlds. This is a weird book. Good, but weird. And long.
13. The Help, Kathryn Stockett
A story about black maids working for white families in Jackson, Miss. during the 1960s.
12. Lucky Bastard, S.G. Browne
A novel about the adventures of a private investigator with the ability to steal people’s luck.
11. On the Grid, Scott Huler
Writer investigates the infrastructure that makes our society run.
10. Becoming Odyssa, Jennifer Pharr Davis
Young woman hikes the Appalachian Trail after college to figure out what she wants to do in life.