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Here at Casa de Suna, it’s our personal belief that reading is an activity for all seasons; beachside in the summer, by a fireplace in the winter, or in the park at the start of spring, and, last but not least, in the comfort of your home on a crisp fall afternoon.

And while reading in each season feels equally great, they all offer different sets of circumstances that lend themselves to different types of books. Below, we’ve curated a list that feels perfect for fall, no matter your mood.

The one you may have missed...

Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters

If you missed all of the well-deserved hype surrounding Detransition, Baby this past winter and spring, now is the time to pick up a copy. The book follows Reese, a trans woman living in New York and dealing with life in the wake of her ex-partner’s detransition from Amy back to Ames. The story follows both Amy and Reese’s lives in the aftermath of the detransition and breakup, and a hyper-specific and unexpected pregnancy that has the potential power to bring them back together.

The page-turner...

The Wedding Night by Harriet Walker

We’ve mentioned Harriet Walker’s book New Girl on the site before, and her latest, The Wedding Night, is equally engrossing. The page-turning thriller follows Lizzie, who has mysteriously broken it off with her seemingly perfect fiance, Dan, just weeks before they were set to marry in the south of France. Lizzie and her bridal party decide to turn the would-be wedding into a vacation, and, almost immediately, things start happening that make it clear there was something—or someone—sinister behind the sudden dissolution of Lizzie’s marriage.

The history lesson...

The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown

Did Season 4 of The Crown leave you wanting more? Us too. Which is why we turned to The Diana Chronicles, legendary journalist Tina Brown’s thorough retelling of Diana’s life story. Bursting with both excellent royal gossip and impeccably sharp writing, you’ll have trouble putting down this 400+ page tome. When you’re done and inevitably wanting more, don’t worry—Brown’s Vanity Fair Diaries is an equally fascinating account of her time as Editor-in-Chief of Vanity Fair.

The one that’s about to become a movie...

Killers of the Flower Moon, David Grann

It may have come out four years ago now, but we loved Killers of the Flower Moon when it was first released. Now that it’s a movie set for a 2021 release with Martin Scorcese directing and Leonardo DiCaprio attached to star, we love it even more. A non-fiction book that reads like a thriller, Killers of the Flower Moon is the fascinating and devastating story of the random and suspicious murders of members of the Osage Indian tribe in the early 1900s, soon after it was discovered their land sat atop millions of dollars worth of oil. Read this before the film release and thank us later.

Breezed through one (or all) of these recommendations? Don’t forget to tag your faves by using #casadesuna on social media.

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