The Most Page-Turning, Compulsively Readable Books WWW Staffers Have Ever Read


While I must admit there’s nothing quite like ravaging through our very own stories featuring cover stars like Laura Harrier or the summer’s biggest trends, there is something to be said about picking up physical books. There’s a magic that’s unparalleled when you’re fully engrossed in the pages of a novel that you can’t put it down. So in that vein, we spoke with our Who What Wear staffers on the books they’ve recently read that they weren’t able to put down (and why). Keep reading to find out what books you should read ASAP.

Her book pick: All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage. Why this book? Kat shared, “This novel was selected as my latest book club pick. It has many elements of a page-turner: ghosts, murder, and a psychopath who appears normal… at first. But unlike many in this genre, this book is actually dealing with themes of feminism and atheism…

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