All posts tagged: Lindsey Mead

Tangerine by Christine Mangan

a bookclique pick by Lindsey Mead  Christine Mangan’s first novel, Tangerine, is a mesmerizing, unput-down-able novel that feels like a cross between The Talented Mr Ripley and The Secret History. The novel centers around two formerly estranged college friends reuniting in Morocco in the middle of the 20th century.  Mangan’s […]

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My Absolute Darling by Gabriel Tallent

a bookclique pick by Lindsey Mead My Absolute Darling is a fever dream of a novel, as difficult to read as it is impossible to put down.  I read it in two days, a couple of long, breathless gulps, and since I finished I haven’t been able to […]

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Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

a bookclique pick by Lindsey Mead Celeste Ng’s Little Fires Everywhere is both page-turningly entertaining and thoughtful.  I raced through the story, curious about what would happen with the beautifully detailed, deeply human characters, and then, once I put it down, found I could not stop thinking about […]

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A Country Between by Stephanie Saldana

A Country Between by Stephanie Saldana

a bookclique pick by Lindsey Mead Stephanie Saldana’s A Country Between is a love letter to her first son, Joseph, and a chronicle of the years she and her growing family spent living on Nablus Road in Jerusalem. Nablus Road, the “seam” between Palestinian Jerusalem and […]

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Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler

Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler

a bookclique pick by Lindsey Mead “You will develop a palate,” Sweetbitter begins, and the rest of the novel, structured into four parts which trace the seasons of a year, describes that process in visceral detail.  I never lived in New York.  I was never a waitress.  […]

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