The Cozy Life (re Hygge) by Pia Edberg
This was a cute little book about how to incorporate the Danish concept of Hygge (or coziness if you want to try and translate it to English) into your life. It was a short read but repetitive and although the author does a good job of applying Hygge to all aspects of your life, basically the message is to enjoy spending time inside during the winter by lighting candles, cuddling up in a blanket, inviting people over to spend simple quality time, and eat pastries. Nothing I want to argue with there, but not really groundbreaking stuff. It is a good reminder that simple is better and to spend less time on your electronics and more time with personal interaction.
Necessary Lies by Diane Chamberlain
An American Marriage that I read last month, there were a few times when I almost missed my subway stop.
Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel