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Fall is in full swing, and with it comes a new crop of great books to curl up with. BuzzFeed Books founding editor Isaac Fitzgerald, as well as New York Times best-selling authors Sarah J. Maas and Ann Patchett, join TODAY to round up their top picks, including “The Golden State” by Lydia Kiesling and “Barking to the Choir” by Gregory Boyle.