Stuck at home, and through your netflix list - here's some books you can pick up this quarantine! Love in the time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez This book is about more than just cholera. It’s about love and relationships that span decades, written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez it asks if maybe love is the real disease? The Hike by Sarah Gribble This short horror read about a daylong desert hiking trip gone terribly wrong will remind you why you’re glad to stay safe at home after all. Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion This reimagining of Romeo and Juliet with zombies inspires hope that while we have the power to infect each other, our search for a cure—and for love—might just bring out the best in humanity. My Year of Rest and Relaxation, by Ottessa Moshfegh In New York City, an alienated young woman tries to sleep through an entire year. Sounds kind of like what we're trying to do right now, doesn't it? The Plague, by Albert Camus An absurdist's dream. The Plague is an unexpected guide to self-care. You can take breaks, Camus reminds us, even in the most intense and devastating situations.