Tag: summer reading

  1. RS_HoneymoonReads_bl Elin Hilderbrand’s Top 5 Books for Honeymooners by Amy Currier 06/24/2013

    Hey, honeymooners! Who wants to ride an elephant in Thailand when there are books to be read?! Okay, maybe ride the elephant. But in your down-time (yes, seating arrangements are over and dancing lessons are done), it’s time to start working on your lifetime of happiness . . . with books.

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  2. Roaring Recommendations Feature Image Relive the Jazz Age: 10 Titles to Read After Gatsby by Amy Currier 05/10/2013

    Finally, it’s here: the long-awaited cinematic remake of The Great Gatsby. And if you’re anything like us, you’re going to need some Roaring ‘20s stories to satiate your hunger after seeing the classic come to life (Daisy dressed all sultry, a soundtrack to die for, and let’s not forget… LEO). So carpe diem, and read all the juicy jazz-age fiction […] Read More

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  3. RS 5-7 Pick of the Week Feature Image Pick of the Week for 5/7/13: Southern Cross the Dog by Bill Cheng by Amy Currier 05/09/2013

    The week’s pick—Southern Cross the Dog by Bill Cheng—is a literary fiction debut that’s tough, lyrical, historical . . . great. It reminds us of an author that is near and dear to our hearts: Cormac McCarthy. Cheng writes with precision and engagement; the human relationships articulated through his story and characters are visceral and revealing.


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