Books Recommended By Newsweek

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The following are from an article entitled: What To Read Now

50) The New Biographical Dictionary of Film by Thomson
49) Cotton Comes to Harlem by Himes
48) American Journeys by Watson
47) Things Fall Apart by Achebe
46) Gone Tomorrow by Child
45) The Elegace of the Hedgehog by Barbery
44) Year of Wonders by Brooks
43) Senator Joe McCarthy by Rovere
42) The Regeneration Trilogy by Barker
41) The Botany of Desire by Pollan
40) American Pastoral by Roth
39) Why Evolution is True by Coyne
38) Underworld by DeLillo
37) Persepolis by Satrapi
36) The Dark Is Rising by Cooper
35) The Line of Beauty by Hollinghurst
34) Walking with the Wind by Lewis
33) Kim by Kipling
32) Pictures at a Revolution by Harris
31) Gilead by Robinson
30) The Lost by Mendelsohn
29) American Prometheus by Bird and Sherwin
28) Midnight’s Children by Rushdie
27) Whittaker Chambers by Tanenhaus
26) Guests of the Ayatollah by Bowden
25) Bad Mother by Waldman
24) Frankenstein by Shelley
23) Brooklyn by Toibin
22) Among the Thugs by Buford
21) The Mississippi Books by Twain
20) Benjamin Franklin by Morgan
19) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Dick
18) City: Rediscovering the Center by Whyte
17) The Trouble with Physics by Smolin
16) Leaves of Grass by Whitman
15) Air Guitar by Hickey
14) Disrupting Class by Christensen
13) Underground by Murakami
12) A Good Man is Hard to Find by O’Connor
11) The Unsettling of America by Berry
10) God: A Biogrpahy by Miles
9) Predictably Irrational by Ariely
8) Night Draws Near by Shadid
7) Random Family by LeBlanc
6) Winchell by Gabler
5) The Bear by Faulkner
4) The Big Switch by Carr
3) Prisoner of the State by Ziyang
2) The Looming Tower by Wright
1) The Way We Live Now by Trollope


3 thoughts on “Books Recommended By Newsweek

    Tara said:
    September 9, 2009 at 10:26 pm

    I’ve read 2-guess I should get reading

    tina said:
    September 9, 2009 at 10:54 pm

    I’ll have read one of them by next month!!! (book club book)

    LeeAnn Volk said:
    September 14, 2009 at 3:17 pm

    Never even heard of the majority of these books! HWere have I been? Working I guess!

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