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Ahhh, we've made it to #FridayReads. I haven't quite decided yet, but I KNOW I've gotta start working on my TBR pile:
Rediscovering Freda DeKnight, a hidden figure in African-American food:
Peter S. Beagle, bard of the unicorn, returns to that enclosed garden with IN CALABRIA:
THE DARK FLOOD RISES is "a beautiful rumination on what it means to grow old," says critic @michaelschaub:
INSOMNIAC CITY is a valentine to Oliver Sacks, New York City and life itself:
Romance novels aren't just for Valentine's Day ... but we'll take any excuse to read them! Here are three picks:
Our latest installment of #ReadingTheGame looks at the gorgeous survival story of THE FLAME IN THE FLOOD:
What should you NOT say to a very sick friend? THERE IS NO GOOD CARD FOR THIS suggests some possibilities:
In which I get to talk to @neilhimself about NORSE MYTHOLOGY!
Critic @hellermcalpin says Ali Smith stakes a claim to Salinger territory with AUTUMN:
Critic @cteicher has a preview of poetry to watch for in 2017:
Memory and loss haunt the stories in THE REFUGEES:
Please, sir, may we have some more? Charles Dickens on food, glorious food:
Two new teen novels paint a sobering picture of life as an immigrant kid:
THE ABOMINABLE SEABROOK might be a little too abominable, says reviewer @GLValentine:
Critic @michaelschaub calls 4 3 2 1 "a stunningly ambitious novel, and a pleasure to read."
Ra-ra-RASPUTIN: A new biography unpacks the myths around the mad monk and his appetites:
In the age of "alternative facts," 1984 is a bestseller again:
In our latest installment of #ReadingTheGame, the Western classic RED DEAD REDEMPTION:
Simon Tolkien based NO MAN'S LAND on his famous grandfather's experiences in World War I:
In MARTIANS ABROAD, a refreshingly optimistic take on humanity's future:
A longtime smoker confronts his old habit in NICOTINE.
If reading more in 2017 was one of your new year's resolutions, Nancy Pearl is here to help.
Immigration and infertility bring two mothers together in Shanthi Sekaran's LUCKY BOY.
Lijia Zhang's debut LOTUS is earthy, yet sensitively drawn:
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