Top Ten Books Every Women Born in the 1970’s Should Read

  

This week I decided to take part in The Broke and Bookish Blog’s  top ten Tuesday because today’s topic seemed to be so flexible and fun. Today’s topic is Top Ten Books For Every X To Read. I decided to make mine,Top Ten Books Every Women Born in The 1970’s should read’ (because you know we’re awesome). I am going to make the summaries short and sweet.

1.The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult…This is just a wonderful book with so many layers. A women befriends a older man with a mysterious past.

 

2. Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt…A coming of age novel that takes place in the 1980’s and addresses the topic of HIV.

3. The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh…A wonderfully worded book that contrasts the beauty of flowers  with pain and loss.

4. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell… Again takes place in the 1980’s when we survived without cell phones and the internet.

5. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes… Women becomes a caregiver for a man that has become a quadriplegic.

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6.The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton… A mysterious garden and lots of secrets.

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7. The Nightingale by Kristian Hannah…Two sisters and their relationship in occupied Paris during WWII.

8. The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay… A silent girl with a mysterious past at a new school.

9.A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman…Grumpy but lovable old guy and his neighbors

10. A Dog’s Purpose by W.Bruce Cameron… A dog comes back again and again in many different lives.

 

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4 thoughts on “Top Ten Books Every Women Born in the 1970’s Should Read

  1. Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense April 12, 2016 / 7:23 pm

    I wasn’t born in the 70s, but there are several books on your list that are on my TBR. I really want to read Me Before You. Everyone in the blogosphere raves about it. Great list!

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