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Nasslit - What We're Loving - Summer 2014

The staff of the Nassau Literary Review read some great books this summer. Read about what books Nasslit writers were lost in this summer here: 7 more words


Summer Reading Reviews, Week 7

Summer Reading may be over, but we still have several weeks worth of great reviews to share with you!  Here are some of our favorites from Week 7: 162 more words


Daily Prince: Summer Reading - Donald Barthelme's "Paradise"

As part of the Daily Princetonian’s Summer Reading issue, I wrote a review of Donald Barthelme’s satirical novel, Paradise. The book chronicles the experience of a middle-aged, divorced architect named Simon who finds himself living with three supermodels. 14 more words


Better Late Than Never: Summer Reads

The beginning of the summer brought great intentions. I was going to set up a blog and review every book I read during those hot, hazy months. 1,338 more words


We Were Liars - Review

This book. I don’t know where to begin.

As a whole, the book was good, more than good. It was expertly written. It’s not my favorite book of the summer, but I devoured it in one evening. 581 more words


The Reading List: SUMMER

Maybe it’s cause the rest of me was so relaxed that my brain started working at top speed, but I managed to read an absurd amount of books during the second half of my holiday and I loved almost all of them. 960 more words


Talking Books With Em!

The fun never ends when Emily is home. When I was hosting Reading With Robin on WHJJ, she would get up early in the morning to come into the studio with me. 81 more words