One of the most respected inline publications is The New Yorker. They are known for longer form of content and you can expect any article to read like a book. And that is why we will be looing at The New Yorker’s best summer reads!
Browsing different lists is a good way to come across new books that you otherwise wouldn’t have known about. We browse the internet to find unique book lists and The New Yorker is one of those lists. You can see the full list below!
The New Yorker’s Best Summer Reads
- Cassandra at the Wedding by Dorothy Baker
- Eros the Bittersweet by Anne Carson
- Everybody Was So Young by Amanda Vaill
- A Question of Power by Bessie Head
- Brotherless Night by V. V. Ganeshananthan
- Sudden Death by Álvaro Enrigue, translated by Natasha Wimmer
- Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead
- The Best and the Brightest by David Halberstam
- The Female Complaint by Lauren Berlant
- Orlando Furioso by Ludovico Ariosto, translated by Guido Waldman
- Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala
- What Makes Sammy Run? by Budd Schulberg
- American Prometheus by Kai BirdMartin J. Sherwin
Books to Read in the Summer
When I saw that The New Yorker released a list of book recommendations for the summer, I knew I had to check it out. Their book selections look interesting for sure. I do not recognize any of these books and they are new to me.
And that isn’t a bad thing. Coming across new books is why I enjoy checking out various lists. The list includes fiction and nonfiction books so there is something for everyone.
That concludes this list of The New Yorker’s best summer reads. How many of these books have you read or plan to? Let us know in the comments below!