Elizabeth Olsen is recommending three books at the same time

Elizabeth Olsen is recommending three books at the same time ...

After going through all of the booktok/ booktube suggestions, we all must have made our own TBR pile for the year. If you were wondering what your favourite stars' favorite book recommendations are, look no further.

In this article, we will discuss MCU hero Elizabeth Olsen. Please keep an eye on other stars' book recommendations.

Madeline Miller's Circe is recommended to anyone who wants to learn about Greek mythology. It is a modern retelling of an age-old tale, which introduces the characters as if for the first time, making it easier for complete beginners.

Miller has chosen to make certain that all characters are treated with respect and dignity, while also avoiding corruption, misogyny, and arrogance.

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This book would be highly recommended to anyone wanting to go on an emotional roller coaster. It includes historical information, fantasy, and romance as well.

It has moments that will make you smile and moments that will make you cry; moments that will make you close the book and moments that will keep you up late at night, reading page after page. It does what many novels do not: it gives a clear conclusion for every character and does not leave you thinking "But what about..."

The book examines our relationship with trust, truth, and the people we don't know as well as we might have imagined.

Gladwell unravels the mystery of why we trust people we shouldn't, and why we often fail to trust the people we shouldn't. His insights are immersed in your head from here on out, influencing your every interaction with strangers.

This book is a must read for anyone who has spoken to another person today or is planning to talk to another person this year.

Elizabeth Olsen has apparently mentioned she loves Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises, and she's read Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle as a kid. She also liked authors Fitzgerald, Bukowski, and Palahniuk.