One-Minute Book Reviews

July 9, 2008

Julia Glass and Jonathan Lethem Are Reading ‘Netherland’ This Summer – What Are You Reading? Join the Conversation at One-Minute Book Reviews’s Online Club

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Julia Glass and Jonathan Lethem are reading Joseph O’Neill’s novel Netherland. Or so they said in a Wall Street Journal article that also listed the summer reading of John Irving, Geraldine Brooks, Philippa Gregory, Oscar Hijuelos, Joyce Carol Oates and others

What’s in your beach bag? If you’d like to talk about a great book or warn people away from a clinker, join the conversation at a new online book club by clicking here A review of and reading group guide to Netherland appeared on this site in separate posts on June 24

© 2008 Janice Harayda. All rights reserved.

1 Comment »

  1. shame shame shame on me! I am reading ONE DANGEROUS LADY by Jane S Hitchcock. Last summer I read her SOCIAL CRIMES (which came first, though it does’t matter at all.) It’s centered in NYC (a big point in its favor) but it’s (sort of) socialite/murder/chicklit. And I have this glorious stack of “real” reads to get through, many from your blog, and yet I read…this? Go figure. I’ll be back when I get through the sci-fi and CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY as mentioned many blogs ago.
    signed, an indulgent shallow summer reader!

    Comment by oh — July 12, 2008 @ 6:13 pm | Reply

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