Places I Stopped on the Way Home: A Memoir of Chaos and Grace
I've always known my friend Meg Fee to be a stunning, wildly insightful writer, but her memoir, Places I Stopped on the Way Home, is as sharp as it gets. In it, she chronicles a decade of her life in NYC: the relationships, the heartache, and the joys big and small that weaved their way into everyday moments. Trust me when I say you'll want to underline passage after passage, her lyrical prose so striking it's worth reading again and again. — Laura Marie Meyers, Senior Trending Editor
Out May 8.