Monthly Archives: June 2014

THE ROAD TO SHINE by Laurie Gardner

Whenever you read a friend’s memoir, you inevitably confront three questions: 1) Is it interesting, period? 2) Is it interesting only because it’s about your friend? or 3) Is it utterly fascinating, no matter who wrote it? If you are … Continue reading

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SEATING ARRANGEMENTS by Maggie Shipstead

Most weddings I’ve attended have utterly bored me, so I don’t normally have much interest in wedding-related novels, either. But Maggie Shipstead’s Seating Arrangements is a fun, summery romp that also maintains an edge of plausibility as it carves through … Continue reading

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