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Fall Leisure reading Book List: September- December

      I'm pretty sure I won't have as much time as I'd like once school starts to read for pleasure, but I'm determined to get at least one leisure book per month. Here's what I plan on reading for fun this fall.

1. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay in September - I consider myself a feminist, Gay's essays go over feminism today and what we can do better. "Bad Feminist is a sharp, funny, and spot-on look at the ways in which the culture we consume becomes who we are, and an inspiring call-to-arms of all the ways we still need to do better." via Amazon

2. "Never let me go" by Kazu Ishiguro  in October - I don't know much about this one but buzzfeed says..."There’s nothing easy about reading Never Let Me Go, because it has an honesty that will make you question so many things. Like the social alienation of specific groups of people, and the painful fact that love can be lost or missed, all because of timing. It’s beautiful, haunting, and complex. Did I also mention it’s science fiction? Yeah, go read this." via. Buzzfeed

3."Make up: your guide to beauty, style, and success -- online and off" by Michelle Pham in November - I LOVE Michelle Pham, I've watched her videos for years and she announced a book this past Monday to be released October 21st. I already pre-ordered it for the special book cover.

4. "The Leftovers" by Tom Perrotta in December - By boyfriend and I have been watching this on HBO and I freaking love it. If you (or let's be honest your parents) don't have HBO grab the book for in between classes. The book isn't getting sparkling reviews on Amazon, but I'm hopeful.

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