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“‘Blues’ by John Hersey. It’s about catching fish in the North Atlantic. They’re vicious fish. ”

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“‘The Lovely Bones’ by Alice Sebold. It’s about this girl who is looking down from heaven, watching her family while they are trying to find her murderer.”

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“‘The Collected What If? Eminent Historians Imagining What Might Have Been,’ by Robert Cowley. I’m just looking to bone up on my history and a little summertime reading.”

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“‘The Subterraneans,’ by Jack Kerouac. It’s fairly autobiographical, road journals, typical Kerouac stuff. It’s set in San Francisco, and I’m going there next week.”

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“‘Models Don’t Eat Chocolate Cookies,’ by Erin Dionne. It is about a young girl whose overbearing mother enters her into a plus-size modeling contest. … It’s brand-spanking new, and a lot of the kiddos are reading it.”


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