April Book Culture Selects
The first batch of the newly relaunched Book Culture Selects subscription program went out last week! Here's what we sent:
Josh's April Fiction pick:
"While this is a little bit of an experimental and fractured novel, Bina ("That’s Bye-na not Bee-na") is such a unique character that just deserves some attention. I personally love an unreliable narrator, and Bina takes the unreliable narrator to the next level of a very unique and fractured reading of the book-- many pages look and feel like poetry as Bina writes her exasperations on various pieces of paper. Bina is a wild ride." -Josh"
Devon's April Nonfiction pick:
"As a bookseller, I dread a book that spans multiple genres (where to shelve it??), but as a reader, I LOVE them. How to be Animal is part nature science, part philosophy, part history, and all around delightful. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did." -Devon
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