4 Fiction Books I’d Read Again and Again

There are so many winning books out there.  As an avid reader, I enjoy learning the jewels inside of them.  Below, I’ve compiled a list of fiction books that were definitely worth reading.

#1 – The Signature of a Things

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The Signature of all Things  is a novel by Elizabeth Gilbert.  I picked it up at Barnes & Noble because I saw Liz wrote it and I have enjoyed 100% of everything she has written.

Not the luckiest in love, a lead character buries herself in the the science of botany and discovers worlds within worlds. Worth the investment of time to read this entire work of art, a magnitude of depth hides within the confines of this books pages.  Brilliant as always, I never regret an Elizabeth Gilbert read.

 

#2 – Orphan Train
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Orphan Train, authored by  Christina Baker Kline was another recommendation from a coworker.

A charming novel depicting the melting pot hardships during the early days of immigration into the United States.  It was not an easy time and this book was beautiful in the way it revealed an interior look to some of those hardships. I’ve recommended this book to many and will continue to do so.

#3 – The Time Keeper
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The Time Keeper  is a novel by my favorite author, Mitch Albom.

As with all of Mitch’s timeless fable’s – this was no exception. I love his writing style. Short, concise. Says so much in so few words. Each time I see a book of his, I pick it up, without bothering to read what it’s about. There has never been a time I was disappointed.

 

#4 – The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto

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The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto, is the latest novel by Mitch Albom.

This incredible book is a heart throb for music lovers and musicians. I’ve never been disappointed by Mitch Albom. As my favorite author, he has high expectations. That being said, he delivers exceptional work. I cannot wait to read what he creates next.

What would be on your list?

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