10 Books To Read This Fall 2019

Take a break from the endless scroll and pick up a new book this fall. To help you choose your next read, here are 10 new books, including literary essays, a new horror from Stephen King, and a buzzy release from Malcolm Gladwell.

The Institute: A Novel
By Stephen King
In Stephen King’s latest creepy horror, a kid wakes up in a strange institute packed with other children possessing special talents, after his parents are murdered and he is kidnapped in a black SUV.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Murder: And Other Essays
By David Adams Richards
In this collection of literary essays, David Adams Richards explores a diverse range of themes, including the beauty of the natural world, murder, Tolstoy, and spirituality.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Movies (And Other Things)
By Shea Serrano
This quirky hardcover coffee table book does just what the title promises: it chats about movies and other things. It ponders questions such as: Which movie had the more intense opening, Face/Off or Finding Nemo? Which race was white-savioured the best by Kevin Costner? And Who’s in the perfect heist movie crew?
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Audience of One: Donald Trump, Television, and the Fracturing of America
By James Poniewozik
On a more serious note, this political tome considers the fractured state of America through the lens of television history and celebrity culture.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Cold Storage
By David Koepp
In this sci-fi thriller from the writer behind the screenplays for Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, and Mission: Impossible, a bioterrorism agent has to stop a mutative organism from destroying the human race.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Super Human: The Bulletproof Plan to Age Backward and Maybe Even Live Forever
By Dave Asprey
In this new guidebook, author Dave Asprey gives tips on living healthily, youthfully, and eternally, ranging from simple adjustments to your diet, sleep patterns, and exercise to more unexpected tricks like ozone therapy and jaw alignment.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know
By Malcolm Gladwell
As I write this, this buzzy new book is sitting at #1 on the Amazon Charts. Author and podcaster Malcolm Gladwell’s latest book dives into the question of why our interactions with strangers often go so wrong.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Anthony Bourdain: The Last Interview: and Other Conversations
Introduction by Helen Rosner, edited by Anthony Melville House
This collection of interview clips brings the words of the late Anthony Bourdain to life, bringing together his thoughts on a broad scope of topics, including addiction, food history, and empathy.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

From the Ashes
By Jesse Thistle
In this powerful memoir, Jesse Thistle walks readers through his journey growing up as a Métis-Cree child, moving from the foster system to a life on the streets plagued by addiction and crime, and eventually, through perseverance, to where he is now: a university professor, award-winning scholar, and author.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Promise and Peril: Justin Trudeau in Power
By Aaron Wherry
Get ready for the election this fall by doing a deep dive into the ultimate question: Did Justin Trudeau fulfill the promises he made to Canada when he was first elected, or did he fail?
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

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