O's 2010 Summer Reading List
Lush historical novels, wise contemporary tales, thrillers that will scare the dickens out of you. (And speaking of Dickens, we've got him, too.)
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The Summer We Read Gatsby
A sophisticated comedy of manners about a wealthy family torn apart and
brought together by the contents of a will. A bit over-the-top and
rarified—as befits both the title reference and the author's history.
Ganek wrote about the chi-chi New York arts scene in Lulu Meets God and Doubts Him.
— Sara Nelson