If you liked:
Kathryn Stockett's The Help
Ellen Sussman's French Lessons, about one day in the life of three women who happen to find themselves in Paris, or Julie Orringer's How to Breathe Underwater—a real tearjerker.
David Wroblewski shares five of his favorite books from his shelf of lifelong keepers.
Antonya Nelson wields words with breathtaking precision in Bound, a novel set in Wichita during the reappearance of real-life killer BTK (bind, torture, kill).
Mary Johnson believed she was born to be a nun. But reality led her to a different path. She explores how she lost—and found—her faith in her moving memoir The Unquenchable Thirst.
Finally...a smart, sly, real novel for all of us! Leigh Haber, the new head of books at O mag reveals her favorite read for this summer...plus her 4 top favorites from past issues.