Reading books is the easiest way we escape from stresses in life and refresh ourselves for the new days. Nothing can be compared to reading a good book, so it would be nice if we are recommended with interesting books every week.
Why not coming to some suggestions by The New York Times, one of the most notable newspapers in the world. There are some outstanding new books that The New York Times advises us to read now, mentioned one by one below.
The Old Drift by Namwali Serpell
The book is a story of three intertwined families, the white, the black and the one as the product of the interracial marriage. The author made this story interesting and sincere with the engagement of historical factors and scientific factors. The book is a discussion about political, psychological and social status related issues. Many critics have viewed this as an intimate and brainy epic and seem to be impressed by the book tremendously.
HATTIESBURG: An American City in Black and White by William Sturkey
This is a portrait about Mississippi from its foundation dated back in 1882 to the movement of civil rights. This book gives us the most intimate approach to its targeted readers, the residents of Hattiesburg and also any of us who got interested in the American social in the past.
Also recommended THE PROMISE OF ELSEWHERE by Brad Leithauser, DOING JUSTICE: A Prosecutor’s Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law by Preet Bharara, and THE DEVIL ASPECT by Craig Russell.
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