Cormac McCarthy’s ‘The Passenger’ & More 5 Books Not To Miss

Cormac McCarthy’s ‘The Passenger’ & More 5 Books Not To Miss

‘The Passenger’

By Cormac McCarthy (Knopf, fiction)

What it is about: McCarthy’s first book since his 2006 Pulitzer Prize-winning post-apocalyptic novel “The Road” tells the story of a haunted salvage diver pining for his misplaced sister.

What it is about: “Enigmatic, elegant, extraordinary: a welcome return after a too-long absence,” says a starred overview from Kirkus Opinions.

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‘Ted Kennedy: A Life

By John A. Farrell (Penguin Press, nonfiction)

What it is about: The Pulitzer Prize-nominated historian and biographer pens an intensive new biography of one of all America’s most notable political figures and vital senators.

‘Inciting Joy’ 

By Ross Homosexual (Algonquin, nonfiction)

What it is about: The award-winning poet considers pleasure – how we incite it, how we will increase it and most significantly, how we expertise it by caring for others – on this well-timed assortment that defies divisiveness.

‘Uphill: A Memoir’

By Jemele Hill (Holt, nonfiction)

What it is about: Atlantic journalist and former ESPN Sports Center co-anchor writes about breaking her household’s cycle of intergenerational trauma to change into a revered public determined and unafraid to talk her thoughts.

‘Into the Riverlands’

By Nghi VO (Tordotcom, fiction)

What it is about: The Singing Hills Cycle collection continues with wandering cleric Chih touring the Riverlands to file tales of the near-immortal martial artists who hang out with them.

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