PURR­FECT READS ED­I­TOR’S POV

We round up the hottest page-turn­ers of the sea­son.

Elle (Canada) - - Radar -

A grip­ping book can change your life. Spooky things started to hap­pen when I im­mersed my­self in David Mitchell’s mas­ter­fully eerie novel The Bone Clocks for this month’s must-read roundup (page 126). Best known for Cloud At­las, the au­thor toys with the con­cepts of time and re­al­ity like a cat bat­ting a mouse. As I was read­ing it on the sub­way, a friend I hadn’t seen since child­hood dropped a note in my lap and walked away, whis­per­ing “I made this for you.” Later on, while read­ing about Mitchell’s run­away hero­ine, I found a purse and a stranger solemnly said to me, “You’ll know what to do.” The wal­let was full of a young girl’s fake IDs. When I tracked her down, she told me she be­lieved in the power of karma. But now, more than ever, I be­lieve in the power of a great read. KATHRYN HUD­SON

FASH­ION FE­LINE Walk a mile in the paws of Karl Lager­feld’s über-pet with Choupette: The Pri­vate Life of a High-Fly­ing Fash­ion Cat, a funny and richly il­lus­trated trib­ute book.

OTHER FA­MOUS CATS Cheshire cat Grumpy Cat Cat Power Your cat* *Just kid­ding... no one cares.

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