Cover2Cover: Five Books to Take on Your Next Flight
If you are an avid reader, any day is a good day to pick out a new book, but especially when you are traveling on your next journey. To help you pick out your next read, Cover2Cover has shared the following books that are popular this fall:
- Stephen King, The Institute
Stephen King’s latest novel tells the story of Luke Ellis, a 12-year-old living in Minnesota who is kidnapped after his parents are murdered. He is taken to the Institute, where he is surrounded by kids who got there the same way he did, but who have powers. Luke is desperate to escape- a challenge no one has successfully accomplished.
- Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Water Dancer
From the award-winning author of Between the World and Me comes a fiction debut about life through the eyes of Hiram. Hiram is a young slave on a Virginia plantation who makes the decision to escape after seeing a vision of his mother when he nearly drowned in a river.
- Margaret Atwood, The Testament
The anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, comes the continuation of Gilead’s story. Over 15 years after the first book’s events, there are signs that the regime of the Republic of Gilead are beginning to deteriorate. This is a crucial moment for the lives of three radically different women.
- Jeff Kinney, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball
Book 14 of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series tells the tale of the time that the Heffley family earns an unexpected inheritance, giving them the chance to make major improvements to their home. However, they run into some challenges along the way, and the family may be able to stay or may be forced to leave.
- Dav Pilkey, Dog-Man: Fetch-22 (Release date 12/10/19)
Petey the Cat may be out of jail with a new take on life, but he is struggling to find the good in this world. It’s time for Petey and Dog Man to put their paws together to work as a team, but can they do it? The world is counting on them!
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