“Feelings of isolation and loneliness are more prevalent now than ever, as many of us are stuck at home and unable to see our loved ones.

What’s more, three in five Americans consider themselves to be lonely, feel left out, or misunderstood.1 These numbers continue to rise, with young adults being hit the hardest. If you can relate, know that you are not alone. 

Reading can provide comfort and companionship through turbulent times. Whether seeking counsel or an escape, find comfort in our roundup of best books about loneliness.”

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