Ten Novels to Read if You Love FX Series Snowfall.

Snowfall is another great snow that has come to an end. Of course there is potential for the story to continue. Franklin can bounce back from his alcohol addiction just like his father did. There’s potential for spinoffs to see what happens to Louie, Oso, and Leon. But we got ten awesome seasons and whether you liked the ending or not, the show went out with a bang. So if you’re in need of more Snowfall like content try reading one of these novels that touch on all the aspects of Snowfall from drug trades in the United States, addiction, love and friendship, and all the things that made Snowfall one of the best Crime shows ever.

  1. “The Cartel” by Don Winslow – This novel is a gripping crime thriller that takes you into the dark world of drug cartels in Mexico and the United States.
  2. “American Tabloid” by James Ellroy – This is a gritty, noir crime novel that follows the intersecting paths of three men involved in the world of organized crime and politics in the 1960s.
  3. “The Power of the Dog” by Don Winslow – This novel is another thrilling crime story that explores the complex relationship between law enforcement and drug trafficking in Mexico and the United States.
  4. “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao” by Junot Diaz – This novel is a coming-of-age story set in New Jersey and the Dominican Republic that explores themes of love, family, and the immigrant experience.
  5. “Infinite Jest” by David Foster Wallace – This novel is a dense, postmodern masterpiece that weaves together multiple storylines and characters in a satirical exploration of addiction, entertainment, and the human condition.
  6. “The Corrections” by Jonathan Franzen – This novel is a darkly comedic family drama that explores the struggles and dysfunction of a Midwestern family.
  7. “The God of Small Things” by Arundhati Roy – This novel is a lyrical, emotionally charged story of family secrets and forbidden love set in India.
  8. “A Little Life” by Hanya Yanagihara – This novel is a heartbreaking and profound exploration of friendship, trauma, and the human capacity for resilience and love.
  9. “The Flamethrowers” by Rachel Kushner – This novel is a multilayered, immersive story that takes you through the art world, the 1970s New York City punk scene, and the Italian leftist movement.
  10. “The Sellout” by Paul Beatty – This novel is a biting satire that tackles race, identity, and gentrification in contemporary Los Angeles.

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