Beginning today and lasting to the end of the summer, the New Yorker website is free — and includes its complete archive. Our humble suggestions of where to begin your reading frenzy.
WHHAAAAAAT!? How much can I read by then???
Look what I got today!!!!! I can’t wait to start it!!
THE EXECUTION OF NOA P SINGLETON is out tomorrow and we can’t wait. Get it here.
“Like the narrators in recent best-sellers Gone Girl and The Dinner, Noa is endlessly complex and impossible to trust. Don’t try to outsmart her — you can’t. Just let her manipulate, shock, and maybe even move you.” —Entertainment Weekly
“Compelling debut…A clever examination of the nature of destiny and the choices we make, this thought-provoking book is reminiscent of John Grisham’s The Confession in its exploration of the death penalty. Silver has successfully written a suspenseful, absorbing tale. This is a special treat for mystery fans.” —Library Journal (starred review)
“[A] searing debut…This devastating read stands less as a polemic against the death penalty than as a heartbreaking brief for the preciousness of life.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
I really liked this book!
If you’re on a OITNB or Gillian Flynn kick, check this out.
I really do think I’m hilarious.
Every summer comes the inevitable itch for adventure, or at least an outing worth bragging about to friends. For a book lover, exploration can often be found between well-bound pages - but literary fun can be had beyond physical books. There are cool bookstores, statues and even museums made with book fanatics in mind. Here are a few places scattered around the US that might make good pit stops.
(After Ray Bradbury)