Our January Book Recommendations

Our January Book Recommendations

Whether your New Year’s resolution was to pick up a few new books, or you’d just rather stay home instead of spending your winter at the gym, we’ve got a book recommendation for everyone (or at least, everyone who likes to look at words with their eyes).

For the someone who lives on the edge:

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Fans of The Perfect Nanny by Leila Slimani will love Looker by Laura Sims. This disturbing thriller shows what happens when one neighbor develops an unhealthy obsession.

For the cynical New Yorker:

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Set in ‘90s New York, The Falconer by Dana Czapnik is perfect for even the most seasoned of city-dwellers. This coming-of-age novel navigates the city through prose and a perspective that will leave you breathless.

For the healthy foodie:

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Take a deep look at your new favorite superfood with The Quintessential Kale Cookbook by Julia Mueller. Whether you’re a pro at eating healthy or a new year’s resolution newcomer, this cookbook has something for you to enjoy.

For the history buff:

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Hollywood’s Eve by Lili Anolik takes a close look at Eve Babitz, and simultaneously glimpses into the history of Los Angeles.

For the homebody:

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This book sounds like your coziest dreams come true. An entire town mysteriously falls into a perpetual sleep in The Dreamers by Karen Thompson.

No matter what type of reader you are, we hope you’ll be enjoying a cozy read this winter on your Burrow sofa. Let us know what you’re reading!

@Burrow



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