#StayHomeStaySafeReads: Good Long Reads
Cody listed out his favorite long #StayHomeStaySafeReads to keep you company for many days at a time. Please tell him if you like them @thecodystuart.
Dune by Frank Herbert
This space opera will hopefully transport you or at least get you ready for the Denis Villeneuve adaptation due out this December.
A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
This rollercoaster of love and human suffering will definitely take you out of the current dread and drop you into a maelstrom of woe.
How to Survive a Plague: The Story of How Activists and Scientists Tamed AIDS by David France
Disclaimer: if reading about government inaction and wilfull misteps in the face of a widespread health crisis is too intense for you, perhaps save this one for later. But David France's powerful book also tells the story of many heroes the fought for life and the lives of countless others.
The Queen of the Night by Alexander Chee
Okay this one is if you're more in the mood for a delightful escape. A opera diva at a center of a mystery that spans continents, runs between high and low society in europes great cities, and DID I MENTION BLACKMAIL?
CoDex 1962: A Trilogy by Sjón
This one is basically "haha [crying laughter emoji] wait whut?" of surrealist historical fiction. It will leave you thinking "...stamps?"
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