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Suggested One Read: How to Read the Air

Critically acclaimed author Dinaw Mengestu describes the immigrant experience in hauntingly lovely prose in “How to Read the Air,” our next One Read nomination. This is the story of Jonas, who leaves behind his marriage and job in New York … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: Wild

One of the first nominations we received this year was for the New York Times bestseller “Wild” by Cheryl Strayed. Ultimately, we heard from several readers who thought this memoir would make a great community-wide read. One nominator writes, “Strayed’s … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: A Good American

Alex George may originally be from Great Britain, but Columbia now claims him as its own! We received multiple nominations for his novel, “A Good American,” in which Frederick and Jette Meisenheimer leave Germany and set sail for America at … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: The Ruins of Us

During the nomination process for One Read 2013, there was a huge outpouring of support for local author Keija Parssinen and her novel, “The Ruins of Us.” Here are just a few of the enthusiastic comments nominators shared about this … Continue reading

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Suggested One Read: Pictures at a Revolution

All month we have been receiving your suggestions for our 2013 One Read title, and we’ll be highlighting some of these books here at oneread.org so you can see what other community members are reading and enjoying. All of these … Continue reading

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