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Spring is in full swing, and there’s nothing we love more than plopping a blanket down at the park, enjoying the beautiful outdoors, and getting lost in a new book. In the midst of planning vacations, putting away your winter wardrobe, and spring cleaning your makeup collection, you may find yourself browsing for your next read. Well, you can stop searching—we’ve done the work for you and put together a list of some of the best books to read this spring, broken down by genre.
What would you do if you knew the day you would die? Would you change the way you live your life? Challenge destiny and try to rewrite fate? If those questions strike a chord with you, we have a feeling you’ll be a fan of our fantasy book pick: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin. Centered around four children who are told their prophecies by a traveling psychic, the book explores the line between fate and choice.
If you’re a sucker for a good romance story (we are too!), After by Anna Todd is the perfect spring read. After all, who doesn’t love the timeless good-girl-meets-bad-boy plotline? This book will have you wishing you had your own spring fling—and may even inspire you to go after a romance of your own!
Editor’s note: If you read this one and are left feeling all heart-eyed afterward, there's a movie based on the book for you to check out, too!
We all feel a little unsure of ourselves and who we are sometimes—even if we prefer not to admit it. Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams, our contemporary book recommendation for spring 2019, is centered around exactly those feelings. The main character, Queenie, is a 25-year-old Jamaican British woman struggling to figure out just who she is. Via beautiful prose, the book navigates what it means to be a woman in today’s society.
Want a non-fiction read? Look no further than Educated by Tara Westover. Westover, who grew up in the mountains of Idaho with no exposure to hospitals, education, or mainstream society, isn’t telling just anyone’s story—this is her memoir. The book explores her relationship with education as she had to take learning into her own hands to satisfy her quest for knowledge. Suggest this nonfiction gem for your next book club read—you won’t be disappointed!
We all can use a little self-care at times, so consider picking up a self-help book for your spring 2019 read. Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis is the callout that every woman needs—seriously, stop apologizing! Not only will this book make you want to squash your habit of saying sorry, it’s also the inspiration you need to strive to reach your full potential and stop pushing your dreams to the side. Basically, it’s what we all need to hear from time to time.
Want to spend the day at the edge of your seat? Pick up An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, one of our favorite thrillers for spring 2019. We won’t reveal too much about it, but the gist is this: Jessica Farris signs up for a psychology study that begins easily enough, with answering a few questions, but soon turns into something more, with the experiment blurring into her real life. This book is full of suspense that will make it difficult to put it down, so make sure you save it for a weekend when you can totally dedicate yourself to reading!
Take a trip back to the late ‘60s with Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Focused on the rise of Daisy Jones and Billy Dunne, who come together to form Daisy Jones & The Six (an unfortunately fictional band), the story transports you to the era of rock and roll.
Always on the hunt for more book recommendations? Once you blow through these, consider the latest from our L’Oréal Paris book club! Here's our review: The L’Oréal Paris Book Club: ‘Becoming’ by Michelle Obama.