Fiction by Bloom, Winters; What Winfrey Knows; Plus Funk and Klein Tackle Climate Change | Audiobook Reviews

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Bloom’s charming audiobook may prove to be among the best of the year, What I Know for Sure feels like a rich and lively conversation with a close friend, Winters pulls no punches and avoids easy solutions.

Summer’s Almost Gone | What We’re Reading

The Devotion of Suspect X

As Labor Day looms and autumn approaches, LJ/School Library Journal staffers squeeze a little more summer reading into the schedule.

Learning from the Past | What We’re Reading

Orange Is the New Black

Time to go to prison, read to the kids, rumble with the Greasers and Socs, and pick a family with the School Library Journal/LJ staffers this week.

Reading Hollywood (or Thereabouts) | Wyatt’s World

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Lives are upended in Arts & Entertainments, Bloom’s character-rich coming-of-age story, Grant’s memoir illustrates the virtue of resilience, Harvey on the intimate power of film, and glitzy beach reading from Sohn.

Fiction Reviews | March 15, 2014

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Reviews of Amy Bloom’s Lucky Us, Michael Cunningham’s The Snow Queen, Peter Matthiessen’s In Paradise, Jenny Milchman’s Ruin Falls, Mary Hogan’s Two Sisters, Therese Walsh’s The Moon Sisters, and a list of titles from the March 15 issue.

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