4 more books to read after you finish Luster
Sense and Sensuality
Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams
A newly single Londoner with a gift for picking the worst possible rebounds, Anglo-Jamaican Queenie comes on like a rom-com heroine but soon pivots to something far more resonant.
My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell
Russell’s nervy debut earned both praise and controversy for its frank, feverish portrayal of a lonely teenager’s seduction by her boarding school English teacher.
Three Women by Lisa Taddeo
Taddeo, a prizewinning journalist, spent years embedding with her subjects and came away with this nonfiction best-seller, an engrossing, deeply felt study of female desire and subjugation.
Adéle by Leila Slimani
The French-Moroccan author of the international smash Chanson Douce recounts a bourgeois Parisian housewife’s growing nymphomania in spare, shockingly honest prose.