Don’t Forget: Vote for Your October Book

September 20, 2012 | By | Comments (2)


Hi, Bookies:

Your usual friendly reminder that the book poll is closing soon: at 11:59 p.m. ET this Sunday, September 23. Vote now, if you haven’t already, for one of the four books below. Cheers!

An Object of Beauty, by Steve Martin

The acclaimed actor, comedian, musician, and author sets his smart novel of manners in the art scene of New York City (a world that Martin, a serious art collector, knows well), from the go-go early ’90s to 9/11 and the seismic financial crisis of 2008-2009.

State of Wonder, by Ann Patchett

The mysterious death of a colleague sends a pharmaceutical researcher to the Amazon in search of answers. What she encounters in this latest work from club favorite Patchett: sweltering jungles, dangerous creatures, and a reunion with a secretive former mentor.

Maine, by J. Courtney Sullivan

Love and family are at the heart of this second novel from the author of Commencement, as three generations of Kelleher women unpack their own secrets, hopes, and longings when they arrive at their summer cottage in Maine.

In the Garden of Beasts, by Erik Larson

Larson’s jaw-dropping story of the American ambassador to Nazi Germany and his willfull, social-climbing daughter is all the more incredible for being true.