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Cover Trend Alert: Millennial Pink Is Stronger Than Ever

We’ve covered this trend once before but I think its continued presence warrants a revisit (you’ll notice a slew of 2018 and 2019 titles represented in this round-up). Plus, I recently learned that the Pantone color of the year is 16-1546, a.k.a. Living Coral. Plus, pink was clearly the color on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.

So for those not wanting to be left out, here’s an über trend reading list (organized by publication date) to fit the aesthetic that just won’t quit. With plenty of shades—and genres!—there’s surely something for every reader.

 

Nonfiction

How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America: Freedom, Politics, and the War on Sex, by Cristina Page (2006)

 Bossypants, by Tina Fey (2011)

The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2016, edited by Rachel Kushner (2016)

The Financial Diet: A Total Beginner’s Guide to Getting Good with Money, by Chelsea Fagan (2018)

Unwifeable, by Mandy Stadtmiller (2018)

Bare: A 7-Week Program to Transform Your Body, Get More Energy, Feel Amazing, and Become the Bravest, Most Unstoppable Version of You, by Susan Hyatt (2019)

 The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations, by Toni Morrison (2019)

 

Fiction

The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis, by Lydia Davis (2009)

Going Away Shoes, by Jill McCorkle (2009)

Crazy Rich Asians, by Kevin Kwan (2013)

Inside Madeleine, by Paula Bomer (2014)

Karate Chop, by Dorthe Nors and translated by Martin Aitken (2014)

 A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories, by Lucia Berlin and edited by Stephen Emerson (2015)

The Regulars, by Georgia Clark (2016)

Dear Fang, with Love, by Rufi Thorpe (2016)

 Nutshell, by Ian McEwan (2016)

Sweetbitter, by Stephanie Danler (2016)

 The Idiot, by Elif Batuman (2017)

The Virgin Suicides, by Jeffrey Eugenides (2018 twenty-fifth anniversary edition)

 Severance, by Ling Ma (2018)

Gingerbread, by Helen Oyeyemi (2019)

Holy Lands, by Amanda Sthers (2019)

Mothers, by Chris Power (2019)

 The Cassandra, by Sharma Shields (2019)

 

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A former Booklist intern and current Booklist reviewer, Ellie is a reader and writer based in Chicago. She holds a BA in writing from Wheaton College (IL) and is the assistant to the president at Browne & Miller Literary Associates.

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