My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout, 193 pages
This is not an easy book to describe. It bounces around in time, with the titular character reflecting on a weeks-long stint in the hospital, her relationship with her parents, her career as an author, her childhood, and other things in life. Yes, that's a horrible description of what is a truly interesting book. Strout created a fully real person in Lucy, in part because of her meandering thoughts. It's well worth reading.