You Can’t Read With Us kicked off 2018 with a change of pace: a graphic novel! I can’t speak for everyone else, but I was excited to hear we were reading “American Splendor: The Life and Times of Harvey Pekar” for multiple reasons. I dabbled in graphic novels during high school, but haven’t really revisited them in adulthood, plus this one was sure to have a ton of Cleveland history and references, subtle or explicit.
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“Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex” by Mary Roach
(Rakesh and Megan)
In honor of February and the season of love and Valentines, we’ve chosen “Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks: A Librarian’s Love Letters and Break-Up Notes to the Books in Her Life” by Annie Spence.
Yes, we know we missed a good smut opportunity. We’re very sorry.
-Kaitlin and Laurel
My book club (You Can’t Read With Us) is kind of the best. And by “kind of,” I mean “definitely.”
I’m probably going to write about our monthly reads here, so expect a little spilling of opinions once a month. These might not end up as fully developed critiques and more like opinions and recommendations (or not). This is the Full Moon blog, not the NYT.
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“American Splendor: The Life and Times of Harvey Pekar” by Harvey Pekar
(Rakesh and Marley)
“Vacationland: True Stories From Painful Beaches” by John Hodgman
(Anna and Megan)