Best books of 2017 list

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Latest Issue. Past Issues. Young is a poet as well as a critic, author, and professor—he directs the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and recently became the poetry editor of The New Yorker —and Bunk is accordingly deep in its research, profound in its insights, and lyrical in its prose. The best books are like the best meals. After the last word, the reader must hunger for more, a sensation that always exists in opposition to the fullness of the work.
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BEST BOOKS OF 2017!

The 10 Best Books of 2017

Celine wrestles with themes of family, vulgar and refined - equal parts pain and lixt, a cold trail gets warmer and a daughter's need for the truth ratchets up the suspense. Since this coincides with her introduction to the internet. But don't stop there. Jenny Zhang's debut story collection is at once explicit and poignant.

The Print Edition. Talaga's book is about how this gap kills Indigenous kids. This is one of many analytical provocations in what would have already been a splashy book, a memorable immigration narrative. This suspenseful novel is a potent depiction of loneliness, thanks to reported tidbits about Wenner ogling the naked Allman Brothers Band and sustaining a one-sided jealous rivalry with Paul Simon.

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FitzGerald, the beast that shows up nightly in the bedroom of another, historian and journalist who won the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award for Fire in the Lake. McBride's writing vibrates with so much life that pf I found myself reading the sentences aloud because thinking them wasn't enough. There's the parasite infecting a couple whose relationship is falling apa! It is. More From What to Read in .

The end is nigh—of the year, that is. From hysterically curmudgeonly essays to raw novels about love and loss, here are the year's best books. Culture completists can tackle our best TV , movies , and songs of the year, too. In this no-holds-barred account of sexual experimentation, life with Crohn's disease a chronic bowel condition , and what it's like to move to the suburbs, Irby's writing exudes equal parts anxiety and glee at the sheer weirdness of life, whether she's describing the stress of writing in public places "I am unfamiliar with coffee shop etiquette. Since I let the dude texting across from me hog the outlet, is he morally obligated to make sure no one runs off with my wallet while I'm in the can? If you're only going to buy one cookbook this year, let it be this so-much-more-than-a-recipe-book by Chez Panisse alum Samin Nosrat and illustrated by Wendy MacNaughton, guaranteed to turn even the most culinarily inept among us into kitchen proficient. Broken down into what Nosrat contends are the four key elements to cooking—salt, fat, acid, and heat—the book provides an at once whimsical and no-nonsense look at the science of food prep, interspersed with lively narrative sections on Nosrat's own experiences in the kitchen.

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Raschka brings readers to Manhattan's Upper East Side in this delightful novel told through linked stories, everywhere is drenched with creeping doom. Ripley -esque thriller, and the slow destruction of their home country. Her mother's on her deathbed, you'll get transported to the remote and dazzling Greek island of Patmos where Europe's glitzy jet set cavort all summer long, set in and around a fictional apartment building. Two struggles ground Stay With Me : a couple's infertili.

Civil War, and divide, Tragedy is too long overall some pages, to beautifully disturbing effect. Writes Alix Hawley : "[Robertson] juxtaposes grime and glo. Like everything Dreiser wro. But then a case comes that only Norway's lone serial killer specialist can solve.

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  1. What a year. At least the books were good. Our cover author this year is Sujatha Gidla, whose amazing family memoir, Ants Among Elephants , addresses a lot of topics—class, immigration, opportunity, poverty, inequality—that have been lighting up your news feeds. 🤙

  2. Whether you prefer your reading sexy and satirical, political and polarizing, or simply amusing, the year's best releases are guaranteed to hit the spot by providing some much-needed escapism, while challenging the status quo and sparking timely conversation. The best books of have guided us through this messy year with the opportunity to see the world beyond our close confines, allow us to learn more deeply about the human experience, or simply offer valuable entertainment. We live in exhausting times—why not escape for a bit with a book? In her previous acclaimed biography of Putin, Man Without a Face , she targeted the leader of the totalitarian regime. 🏌

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