The Best Places to Read Your May Selections
This month's selections will bring you from the living room to the road
Book of the Month
Our May selections are great reads wherever and whenever you're reading them. However, some books are better suited to certain times of day and specific locations. In this post, we suggest the perfect places to read your May selections.
Eligible: A modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice by Curtis Sittenfeld
A modern retelling of a classic is meant to be read among its predecessors. Read Eligible in the stacks of your favorite old library, amongst other stories that have stood the test of time.
I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh
You won't be leaving the house once you pick up this thriller. So make yourself comfortable and settle in on the couch for a weekend of pulse-pounding reading entertainment.
The Association of Small Bombs by Karan Mahajan
This book is colorful, it is quick, and it is powerful. Match the book to the appropriate surroundings by reading it in a lively area like a marketplace, where you'll find the hustle and bustle around you melt away by this novel's force.
Heat and Light by Jennifer Haigh
This book makes you think in many different ways. It will entertain you but also teach you something. Read this book when you're headed out on a road trip. It will open your mind and, hopefully, make you a bit more empathetic - something we all need when heading out on a new adventure.
& Sons by David Gilbert
Most of this literary work takes place at the stuffy home of a reclusive but very famous author on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. It's the type of book that evokes red leather couches, cigars and scotch.