• What’s Nate Reading This December?

    The coziest time of the year, in our opinion, is the few weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s – even if you live somewhere warm, like Los Angeles – it still feels like a special season to wrap yourself up in a throw blanket, light a candle, and engross yourself in a good book. This month, Nate’s deep into some historical narratives – and fellow Downton Abbey fans, pay attention.

  • "This novel by Elizabeth Gilbert whirls its reader around the world with a female botanist in the 18th and 19th centuries. It's a love story with that expeditionary spirit that defines the period in history."

The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert

  • "Set in Barcelona in 1945, this chaotic thriller has it all: murder and chaos abound as the protagonist discovers that all the books written by a certain author are being destroyed, one by one. A gripping detective story for grownups."

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

  • "I would binge-watch Downton Abbey at all hours, and I couldn't put down this show-inspired book by the current Lady Carnarvon. The story, set at Highclere Castle, contrasts Edwardian opulence with the realities of the first World War." 

Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey by The Countess of Carnarvon

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