Plus Pulitzer predictions and books for your late spring reading mood
I'm so excited for your summer reading guide! I enjoy books with circus and carnival settings so I'll definitely check out Two Feathers. I'll toss out Joyland by Stephen King as a really good mystery (not horror) set at an old time amusement park
Glad to see Han Kang on this list, I really enjoyed The Vegetarian. I think it’s extremely important that we continue to branch out and take a more global approach to the literature we read.
I’m currently about halfway through Roberto Bolaños 2666 and I can’t recommend it enough despite its length (-900 pages).
Literature has the power to make the world smaller and I’m so thankful for international titles being translated.