100 Books for Your Coronavirus Quarantine

100 books to read while stuck at home during the coronavirus crisis

By Megan McCarthy

Our colleagues Barbara VanDenburgh and Mary Cadden from the USA TODAY Life team are here to share book recommendations to get you through social distancing.

Every year, you make the same New Year’s resolution. No, not the one about losing weight – the one about reading more books.

And every year, you mean it. Maybe you join a book club, even if just virtually with Reese Witherspoon and Jenna Bush Hager. But that well-intentioned to-be-read pile of books on your nightstand just gathers dust.

Well, now that ther coronavirus pandemic has us all social distancing in our homes like hermits, we know for a fact that you’ve finally got all the time in the world to read. That latest best-seller you’ve been itching to devour? That rom-com you hope you’re dying to fall in love with? Heck, even that copy of “War and Peace” you’ve had since you were feeling ambitious in college?

Now’s your chance.

In case you need a little inspiration, we’ve compiled this list of 100 book recommendations covering all the bases.

Happy reading.

See the full list at USA Today.

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