Which Thrift Store Book Should I Read Next?


I feel so rich having all of these books on tap! But I’m having a tough time deciding between them, especially since they cover quite a few genres. If you’ve read any of these, or have suggestions on where to start, I’d love to hear your feedback. The titles in order are:

Your Marketing Sucks, by Mark Stevens
Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office, by Lois P Frankel, PhD
Ten Days in the Hills, by Jane Smiley
How to Save Your Own Life, by Erica Jong
Wanda Hickey’s Night of Golden Memories, by Jean Shepherd
Pinball, by Jerzy Kosinki
Gentlemen and Players, by Joanne Harris
Dreamland, by Kevin Baker
Thunderstruck, by Erik Larson
The 19th Wife, by David Ebershoff
The Tenderness of Wolves, by Stef Penney
Playing with Boys, by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
The Stones of Summer, by Dow Mossman
Blonde, by Joyce Carol Oates

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5 thoughts on “Which Thrift Store Book Should I Read Next?

    • I think that’s the one I’ve had the longest, so I might just start there. I really loved Prodigal Summer but the Poisonwood Bible frustrated me…hmm what else of hers have I read? I think We Were the Mulvaneys was her also?

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