Insomnia by Stephen King

Insomnia by Stephen King is very different from his other horror novels: less gruesome, gory, and terrifying, more supernatural and speculative. It will challenge any preconceived notions or beliefs you have about fate and chance, life and death, and everyone’s purpose and even powers in this world. A sleep-deprived elderly man named Ralph is susceptible…

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

Go Set a Watchman is the long-awaited successor to Harper Lee’s masterpiece, To Kill a Mockingbird. In it, we find Jean Louise as a New Yorker and young adult, “easy to look at and easy to be with most of the time, but…afflicted with a restlessness of spirit.” She must contend with her Aunt’s assertive…