NYTBR 16 August 2009: Among Other Things, a Feast of Novels

Books self is interested in reading after perusing the 16 August 2009 issue of The New York Times Book Review:

1. After reading Erica Wagner’s review of M. J. Hyland’s new novel, This is How:

    M. J. Hyland’s debut novel, How the Light Gets In
    M. J. Hyland’s new novel, This is How

2. After reading Roxana Robinson’s review of Richard Russo’s new novel, That Old Cape Magic:

    Richard Russo’s new novel, That Old Cape Magic

3. After reading Jeff Vandermeer’s review of Marcel Theroux’s post-apocalytpic novel, Far North:

    Marcel Theroux’s Far North

4. After reading Max Byrd’s review of John Crowley’s new novel, Four Freedoms:

    John Crowley’s new novel, Four Freedoms

5. After reading Tara McKelvey’s short reviews in the Nonfiction Chronicle, the following nonfiction books:

    Evan I. Schwartz’s Finding Oz: How L. Frank Baum Discovered the Great American Story
    Neil White’s In the Sanctuary of Outcasts: A Memoir

6. After reading Brian Ladd’s review of Richard Bessel’s Germany 1945: From War to Peace:

    Richard Bessel’s Germany 1945: From War to Peace

7. After reading Marilyn Stasio’s Crime column, the following crime thrillers:

    Stieg Larsson’s The Girl Who Played With Fire and his earlier book featuring heroine Lisbeth Salander, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    Norwegian writer Karin Fossum’s latest, The Water’s Edge
    a first novel by Matthew Dick, Something Missing

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