Choke by Chuck Palahniuk
Choke came just about as highly recommended as Lullaby did, and I couldn’t choose between the two. Written in the genius only Palahniuk can create, Choke is about a man who intentionally chokes on pieces of food in fine-dining restaurants in order to be saved by heroic bystanders, only to scam them into sending checks to help support his life post-saving. This is probably one of my favorite reads in a long time, I highly recommend!
A Beautiful Composition of Broken by r.h. Sin
I saw this in Barnes & Noble while Christmas shopping and after skimming through a few pages, I knew I needed it. Poetry is something that is slowly gaining a lot of popularity and I’ve been so happy to see all of the talented poets whose work is being recognized on a large scale; r.h. Sin being one of them.
The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
After Kaur’s painfully beautiful collection of poems in Milk and Honey (mentioned in a previous Sorry, I’m Booked), this has been on my list of must-buys as soon as it’s release was public. If you enjoyed Milk and Honey, you’ll love this just as much. If you haven’t read either- I highly recommend them both.
Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk
I’ve been meaning to buy some Palahniuk books for awhile now and after getting my Barnes & Noble membership, I took the plunge and bought two. Lullaby is about the discovery of an African song who’s lyrics kill (literally). When the power of the song is realized, there’s a lot of chaos to try and contain.
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