But there's another side of the borough—one where girls fear sexual assault, ghosts are spotted, and people disappear. Terry Mc Donell, a legendary magazine editor who's worked for the likes of Rolling Stone, Esquire and Sports Illustrated, celebrates his life in the publishing industry with this must-read memoir. Thompson, David Carr, Steve Jobs and former After performing at the 2009 Super Bowl, legendary rock star Bruce Springsteen, still exhilarated from the once-in-a-lifetime performance, decided to write a memoir.
The highly-anticipated book follows the "Dancing in the Dark" singer from his early hustle to mega stardom, revealing why his song "Born to Run" may mean more than we ever imagined. After Josie splits from her husband and loses her dental practice, she takes to the wild with her children in a rented RV.
(Disclaimers added when appropriate for transparency.) Our number-one book is one that over several months, I kept trying to nail down a perfect time and place to mention, so this is gonna be it, which is perfect: There's been a wave of "healthful" plant-based cookbooks over the past few years from the cardiologists and biochemists at The China Study, Forks Over Knives, Plant Pure Nation and such.
But Mark Reinfeld has raised the bar on the genre with his latest, bringing together his training as a chef with a masters degree in holistic nutrition for a cookbook that's about more than health and more than cooking.
At least this time, you don't have to pull an all-nighter to write a lit paper on these must-reads. Rowling goes back to the wizarding world of Harry Potter, where Harry's son, Albus, is just beginning his tenure at Hogwarts School.
Atonement author Ian Mc Ewan returns with Nutshell, a psychological thriller featuring an unfaithful wife, her husband's brother, and her unborn child. Follow the young Potter as he struggles with the burden of being his father's son while Harry, an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, still struggles with his own past.
From beloved, bestselling authors and rising stars alike, here are the books you can't miss this fall.
Lee's novel manages to be both humorous and humane in its treatment of the players involved.
It's the perfect novel to read while on holiday on the English seaside or while watching reruns of The 1980s weren't all snap bracelets and pop songs.
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