This year has thrown curveballs at us left, right and centre. But there’s one thing 2020 can’t take away from us and that’s our collection of beautiful books.\nCertain books just hook you from the first sentence and leave you with a void in your chest the minute you finish.\nEditor's Choice: Canada Has Ranked #1 In The World For Best Quality Of Life\nA good book can provide new perspectives, life lessons and a sense of comfort.\nSo what are you waiting for? Grab a blanket, a cup of tea or coffee, and curl up in your favourite reading spot to rekindle your soul with a good book.\nIf that sounds like something you’re into, we’ve compiled a list of seven beautiful books that will make you fall in love with your life over and over again.\nUntamed by Glennon Doyle.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Glennon Doyle (@glennondoyle)\nGlennon Doyle calls this novel of "discovering, fighting for and claiming the great love of my life."\nCurl up with this book to learn how to love yourself, in all your evolutions.\n101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think by Brianna Wiest\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by lara ana (@monamourplastique)\nWiest's writing is deeply moving and philosophical. It's bound to have you reconnecting with yourself and the way you look at the world around you.\nThe Overstory by Richard Powers\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanya (@book_nest_)\nIf being stuck inside for the past nine (ish) months has you down, pick up The Overstory — a novel that details the urgent need for reconnection between humans and forests.\nThis novel will have you admiring the tree outside your window for just a little bit longer next time.\nA Field Guide to Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Siobhan 📍UK (@thehalcyondaysofsummer)\nThese essays explore love, loss, memory, desire and trust. The book is an homage to feeling okay with feeling lost.\nReading it feels like putting on your favourite sweater for the first time in a long time.\nThe Alchemist by Paulo Coelho\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Rupali ✨ (@flipping__pages)\nSomeone has likely recommended The Alchemist to you by now and told you that you absolutely have to give it a chance.\nA simple, allegorical look at a young shepherd who yearns to travel the world, this novel is packed with life lessons and gratitude.\nHow To Write An Autobiographical Novel: Essays by Alexander Chee\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Alexander Chee (@cheemobile)\nAlexander Chee has a way with words — from essays about his rose garden, to the day the Twin Towers fell, Chee will take you through glimpses into his life.\nWhile doing so, you'll fall a little more in love with your own life too. That's the power of Chee.\nThe Body Is Not an Apology by Sonya Renee Taylor\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Lindsay Krasna, RD, CEDRD-S (@lknutritionpllc)\nBecause how can you claim to love your life without first loving yourself? This book is an unapologetic ode to bodies of all types, and it'll have you hugging yourself a little longer and harder.