The Book Doctors: Reading For The Waning Days Of Summer
For those of you who still have some summer vacation remaining, or for those of you who have a bit more free time now that the kids are finally returning to school this week, look no further than the Book Doctors for a few new reading recommendations.
Monday on Up to Date, the Book Doctors return with all the latest reads. Whether you’re a serial book worm, causal reader, or haven’t cracked a book in a while, there’s something for everyone.
Steve Kraske welcomes Kansas City Library reader services manager Kaite Stover, author and critic Jeffrey Ann Goudie, Barstow School senior dean and English department chair Mark Luce, and writer and blogger Grace Suh.
Our Book Doctors' Suggestions:
Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstoreby Robin Sloan
The Art Forgerby B.A. Shapiro
The Last Good Manby A.J. Kazinski
8 a new play by Dustin Lance Black, recorded by LA Theatre Works with George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Martin Sheen headlining an all-star cast
JEFFREY ANN GOUDIE
Where’d You Go, Bernadetteby Maria Semple
No Life for a Lady by Agnes Marley Cleaveland
The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
Rafflesby E. W. Hornug
All the Pretty Horsesby Cormac McCarthy
City of Glass by Paul Arthur
Half Empty by David Rakoff
Arlington Parkby Rachel Cusk
The Thousand Autums of Jacob DeZoetby David Mitchell