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Staff Pick

Trust By Hernan Diaz

"Immersive stories can be gimmicky but under Hernan’s skilled hand the story of Trust told through three “books” is truly immersive. An intriguing look into a couple who mastered the financial markets in the roaring 20s. How they viewed themselves and how the public viewed them is worlds apart and reality might be a bit of both." -Justin

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize!


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Destination Denmark

Exploring Danish History, Culture, and Culinary Delights through Books


When it comes to picturesque landscapes, rich history, and culinary masterpieces, Denmark stands out as a gem in Northern Europe. With its charming cities, stunning coastlines, and a unique cultural philosophy known as “Hygge”, Denmark has captivated the hearts of travelers and literary enthusiasts alike. Exploring its essence through renowned books, we will embark on a literary journey through this captivating country and uncover the magic that makes Denmark truly special.


An Intimate Portrait of Danish Life

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The Copenhagen Trilogy By Tove Ditlevsen

Tove Ditlevsen’s autobiographical trilogy, comprising “Childhood”, “Youth”, and “Dependency”, offers a deeply personal exploration of Danish society and culture. Through eloquent prose, Ditlevsen presents an intimate look into her life growing up in Copenhagen, capturing nuances of societal change, personal struggle, and the pursuit of artistic fulfillment. The trilogy provides a raw and unfiltered glimpse into the life of a remarkable Danish writer, while also reflecting broader themes of identity and belonging.



Navigating Denmark's Seafaring Legacy

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We, The Drowned By Carsten Jensen

Set in the maritime town of Marstal, Carsten Jensen’s We, The Drowned spans generations to tell the story of Danish sailors and their families. The novel delves into Denmark’s seafaring heritage, intertwining historical events with captivating narratives. As readers traverse the waves of time, they gain an appreciation for the indelible connection between Denmark and the sea – a bond that has shaped the nations identity and history.



Unraveling Mysteries Amidst Scandinavian Beauty

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A Death in Denmark By Amulya Malladi

In A Death in Denmark author Amulya Malladi weaves a gripping tale set against the backdrop of Denmark’s scenic beauty. The novel immerses readers in a mystery that takes place in the heart of Copenhagen, highlighting the city’s historic charm while unraveling a thrilling narrative. As readers follow the protagonist’s journey through cobblestone streets and atmospheric neighborhoods, they also encounter the juxtaposition of old-world elegance and modern intrigue that defines Denmark.


Matt Haig

Matt Haig

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Matt Haig is the author of the instant New York Times Bestseller The Comfort Book; two memoirs, Notes on a Nervous Planet and the internationally bestselling Reasons to Stay Alive; along with six novels, including How to Stop Time, and several award-winning children’s books. The Midnight Library, a number one New York Times Bestseller, is his latest novel and has sold more than six million copies world-wide. His work has been translated into more than forty languages.

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Hudson's May Read of the Month

The Midnight Library By Matt Haig

"A unique blend of philosophy, science fiction, and emotion that will make you ponder what could have been and appreciate what is. With its delicate prose and imaginative storytelling, The Midnight Library takes readers on a journey through the labyrinthine paths of hope and regret, inviting us to reflect on the beauty and complexity of life. A haunting and beautiful ode to the human spirit that will linger in your mind long after you turn the last page."
-Russell, New Jersey



Matt's Recommended Reads

Check out some of Matt Haig's favorite books and read why he loved them so much!

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Sea of Tranquility
By Emily St. John Mandel

"I love the way Emily writes. It is deeply readable and cerebral all at once. She is making the most compelling science fiction out there and I think The Sea of Tranquility is her best work."


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Everything All At Once
By Stephanie Catudal

"A brilliant, unflinching, lyrical memoir about illness and grief and the intensity of being there for people and the memories it brings up. It’s a heart-wrenching book but is also healing in its raw truth. I loved it."


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When Things Fall Apart
By Pema Chodron

"This is a comforting book that really helped my mental health. She is a Buddhist, but the wisdom about acceptance and coping with adversity is universal and fits all of us. Plus the writing is exquisite."


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Bird by Bird
By Anne Lamott

"This is always my go-to choice for anyone interested in writing, though it is as much a treatise on life as it is a creative-writing primer."


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One Summer
By Bill Bryson

"I was sad to when Bill Bryson retired.. He is a brilliant writer. I love all his books. My favourite is One Summer, which articulates a love and passion for history that seems easy but is really rare. He was popular but sometimes underrated because his books are so easy to read. That is a real skill."




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