5 Books as Rich as Dark Chocolate

You know how sometimes you greedily snarf down a bag of M&M's and hope no one is watching you? But sometimes you sip on some red wine and slowly nibble and savor a nice square of dark chocolate? Books can be like that.  For me at least! Sometimes I binge read my set of the Twilight novels... which some in the literary world would call "junk food," but I love nonetheless! (Full disclosure, I'm 100% Team Edward and yes I'm almost 30 and no I don't care.) But sometimes. Sometimes I read a book and the words, phrases, concepts, or imagery just beg to be chewed on.     Those are the "dark chocolate" books.  The ones that I underline favorite sections in. The ones I beg my buds to read so we can gush to each other about who amazingly rich and complex they are! The ones I reread over and over again. So think of this as me giving you a list of a couple favorite types of dark chocolate bars. I hope you read them and I hope you get as many

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{Alright you know how this works but just a reminder, any amazon links you see in this post are affiliate links. By clicking on them, you help me bring home some more bacon, at no extra cost to you! You don’t even have to buy what I’m blathering on about, but if you buy anything at all, you are helping support this blog and this business. THANK YOU!}   My friend and I were talking about books the other day. We frequently swap favorite titles. Anyways she used a phrase that I just ADORE and am totally stealing... she said that some books are like dark chocolate. They have a depth. You chew on them more. You savor the complexity. So... my set of Twilight novels? Junk food. Delicious junk food. There's a place for all kinds of reading! ;-) No shame in indulging every once in awhile. But back to the good stuff.. I couldn't get that phrase out of my head, and I want to share a really amazing "dark chocolate" type book with you today. I just finished it last