Monday mornings make for some interesting book conversations around our office. They tend to focus on what we read over the weekend, which leads us back to weekend reading. But there are always other books that come up. For instance, Seira started reading a book called Drive-Thru Dreams, which has captured her imagination. It seems like we'll hear more about that book down the line, especially toward late June when it publishes. A few other books crept into our conversations this morning. Here's what we were talking about.
Riots I Have Known by Ryan Chapman - Finally, we picked Ryan Chapman's Riots I Have Known as our debut spotlight for May, and this morning Ron Charles of the Washington Post published a review of the book. His title for the review is "Riots I Have Known is Criminally Funny." The book publishes next week; in the meantime, you can read Charles' review, or you can read Al Woodworth's Amazon.com review on the book's detail page.
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