Occasionally, I crave a book I can read in a day. There is a rush to it. I sometimes only get a single day all week to sit with a book and I feel like I want to see it through from beginning to end. Who knows what draws readers to the shorter, more condescended story? Maybe you are looking to fulfill a reading goal or perhaps you need a quick book club pick for a shorter month. Whatever your reasons, here are five recommendations for books you can certainly read in a day.
Read the full review of I'M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS.
Read the full review of WRITING TO SAVE A LIFE.
In 1955, Emmett Till was brutally murdered for allegedly whistling at a white woman. Ten years earlier, Emmett’s father, an iconic Civil Rights martyr, was executed by the Army for rape and murder. In WRITING TO SAVE A LIFE, John Edgar Wideman searches for Louis Till, a silent victim of American injustice. An evocative and personal exploration of individual and collective memory in America by one of the most formidable intellectuals of our time.