The “What We’re Reading” team becomes the “What We’re Watching” cohort this week.
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The “What We’re Reading” gang is going clear, fighting racial bias, forming friendships, drooling over maps, plotting poisoning, sleuthing with Mycroft, steampunking, time-traveling, and grabbing the tissues this week.
A difficult but rewarding book from Boyne; Ishiguro’s exquisite tale of barely remembered legends, past wrongs, and relentless change; Simon Brick’s wonderful narration of Larson’s unforgettable story of life and death on the high seas
Publishing seems to have been enchanted with fairy tales and fables lately. Here are five examples, ranging from a newly discovered cache of traditional stories to a long-awaited novel that mines beloved tropes to a debut that creates a fable for our time.