book then?) Those are precisely the moments when you need a roundup of the season's most delectable reads. And here, after sifting through hundreds of new titles, is exactly that. The O Summer Reading List: satisfaction guaranteed.
What's your favorite flavor? No matter, because we've got 'em all: refreshing histories, nutty novels, and love stories that will make you melt.
If you're like us, you have a list of books you want to read (poolside, of course) by summer's end. What's at the top of your list? Tell us in the Comments!
Jill Ciment's novel, Heroic Measures, set in New York right after 9/11, centers on a sweet elderly couple and their dachshund as they try to find a new home. O called Jill and discovered how her experience with New York real estate, canine cohabitation ,
Alice Eve Cohen was 30 when doctors told her she would never get pregnant. Then she did, at age 44. What I Thought I Knew is the darkly hilarious book that followed. We spoke to the author from her New York City home.
Read O's interview with Sean Hemingway about publishing a new edition of his grandfather's memoir, how a background in archaeology prepared him for the task, and why he (along with all of his cousins) chose to study anything but English literature.
Margaret Leroy's eerily lovely novel Yes, My Darling Daughter is the kind of story you gulp down in one sitting and still can't stop wondering about days later. O caught up with Margaret in England and discovered how a British documentary, strangers nosta
If your idea of the perfect summer romance is finding a great new read to fall in love with, you've come to the right place. Here are the season's un-put-down-able titles recommended by Gillian Flynn, Jeanette Winterson and Karen Russell.
No matter your mood, there's a great book to suit it. Don't forget to print the full list here!
It's Summer Reading Week at Oprah.com! This week we're profiling the writers and books that you love, as well as some unexpected tidbits about