60 Must-Read Books of the Summer
What are you in the mood to read this summer? This year boasts an unusual volume of stories exploring the thrilling and thorny stuff that makes us human. We think of them as books that make a difference—every one of them worth the plunge!
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Everybody Behaves Badly
Eamon Dolan/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Few writers mythologized their own misbehavior with more gusto than Ernest Hemingway. In this history of the Spanish sojourn that inspired The Sun Also Rises, we encounter Hemingway before his fame—a charming, at times cruel social climber on the cusp of brilliance.