by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith
Truly weird, bizarre and yet...if you covered off Jane Austen in school, then it's fun to read this off-the-wall variation. I preferred this one to Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters, though.
by Anne Tyler
Her books have been made into movies as well (a trend on my part here?). Her books are all pleasant.
by Alan Weisman
This is actually categorized as a non-fiction book and could have likely gone in the category "Understanding Our World" but it has little to do with the challenges of recovery from a restrictive eating disorder, and so I have added it to the Fiction category. If you are human-centric, then you may not enjoy this book. It is an incredibly broad and well-researched book on how our planet is liable to respond were humans magically disappeared. There is no focus at all on the how the absence of human beings would be achieved. The entire book takes us from the point at which humans are not here forward in time.