Friday, September 16, 2016

Fiction for the Non-Fiction Reader - Part II

Part I was a list of the books from Volumes I-IV of the Fiction for the Non-Fiction Reader.  Now, not surprisingly, I've got Volumes V-VIII. These 4 get you caught up.  The next time I give you a list of books to read, even if you are typically a reader of non-fiction, it will be Volume IX.  We've got 43 in this group.

Here we go:

Pat Conroy - My Losing Season
Jeff Shaara - Rise to Rebellion
William Martin - Back Bay
Alex Hailey - Roots
Ken Follett - Winter of the World (#2 Century Trilogy)
Stephen King - 11/22/63
Rayme Waters - The Angels' Share
Michael Zadoorian - The Leisure Seeker

Vanessa Diffenbaugh - The Language of Flowers
Jodi Picoult - The Storyteller
Beth Hoffman - Saving CeeCee Honeycutt
JoJo Moyes - Me Before You
Amy Franklin-Willis - The Lost Saints of Tennessee
Sue Diaz - Minefields of the Heart
Jamie Ford - Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Harlan Coben - Missing
Mitch Albom - The First Phone Call from Heaven
Jeffrey Archer - Only Time Will Tell (#1 Clifton Chronicles)
Richard North Patterson - Loss of Innocence

Christina Baker Kline - Orphan Train
Daniel James Brown - Boys in the Boat
Natalie Baszile - Queen Sugar
Greg Iles - Natchez Burning (#1 of trilogy)
Jonathan Tropper - This Is Where I Leave You
C. Lee McKenzie - The Princess of Las Pulgas
Harlan Coben - The Stranger
Anthony Doerr - All the Light We Cannot See
Tara Conklin - The House Girl
Jamie Ford - Songs of Willow Frost
Joshua Safran - Free Spirit:  Growing up on the Road and off the Grid
Rachael Herron - Pack up the Moon

Jeffrey Archer - Be Careful What You Wish For (#4)
Jeffrey Archer - Mightier than the Sword (#5)
Dennis Lehane - The Given Day
Jennifer Skully/Bella Andre - Breathless in Love (#1 The Maverick Billionaires)
Jennifer Skully/Bella Andre - Reckless in Love (#2)
Sarah Jio - Goodnight June
Ken Follett - Edge of Eternity (#3)
Kristin Hannah - The Nightingale
JoJo Moyes - After You
Atul Gawande - Being Mortal
Barry Eisler - The God's Eye View
Harlan Coben - Fool Me Once

I know you can do the math.  But that gives us 96 from Volumes I-VIII. Hopefully, you will be able to find a few to your liking.


  1. I'm tickled to see my name on your list. Thanks so much, Lloyd!

  2. Yep. And Looking for Me will be in Volume IX.