Winter isn't going anywhere anytime soon—just ask Punxsutawney Phil. Whether you had the foresight to plan a warm-weather getaway or you're simply facing several nights indoors underneath a fortress of blankets, what better companion than a good book? From Zadie Smith's politically- and culturally-driven collection of essays to Rose McGowan's buzzy memoir, here's everything you should read this month.
1. SHE REGRETS NOTHING BY ANDREA DUNLOP
2. THE GREAT ALONE BY KRISTIN HANNAH
When a veteran grappling with PTSD returns from his tour of duty in Vietnam, he chooses to move his family to Alaska, where his friend who passed away during the war has a property. Things take a turn when he finds himself struggling to confront his demons during the harsh winter.
Available at Amazon | $17
3. BRAVE BY ROSE MCGOWAN
Rose McGowan spares no disturbing details in her much-hyped memoir, including her time spent growing up in a religious cult and a graphic account of her alleged rape by Harvey Weinstein in a jacuzzi at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.
Available at Amazon | $16
5. I AM, I AM, I AM BY MAGGIE O'FARRELL