With Amazon as the "shopping mall of America," and the metric for good taste, it has become increasingly difficult to discern good literature from best sellers. Looking for a good book? Cross reference Amazon with the New York Times book list and you will probably come up with a winner. A quick glance at cross referenced books will give you Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance, Ove by Frederik Backman, and the newest splash in experimental historical fiction turned fiction, Lincoln at the Bardot.
Confused? You are not alone. I'd suggest you switch to TV, but I'm afraid you will end up with the same problem. Homeland or This is Us? Game of Cards or The Good Wife? Maybe you ought to just compromise and watch Big Little Lies on HBO. It is after all a best selling book by Liane Moriarty. Why don't you just read The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz? Or then again you can just read a review of the book in The New York TImes in the article entitled "Too Many Choices: A Problem That Can Paralyze."