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Books I Hope I Love

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Best Book of April—Ready to make life or death decisions? This memoir by a young doctor offers a humorous yet blisteringly honest look at what it's really like to go from med school to the terrifying reality of dealing with actual human patients and their bizarre problems.

The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly

The Corrections is a grandly entertaining novel for the new century—a comic, tragic masterpiece about a family breaking down in an age of easy fixes. Richly realistic, darkly hilarious and deeply humane, it confirms that Jonathan Franzen is one of our most brilliant interpreters of American society and American soul. #booksthatdefinedgeneration

The Corrections

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FIRE SHUT UP IN MY BONES: A Memoir by Charles M. Blow / The Times Op-Ed columnist describes overcoming his rage at being abused as a child. (Photo: Patricia Wall/The New York Times)

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Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed {loved this book}

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The Best Yes: Making Wise Decisions in the Midst of Endless Demands

Finally, a writing guide for the new millennium, mindful of linguistic pitfalls in gender-neutral pronouns, chat rooms, and, perhaps most important, your OkCupid profile.

The Sense of Style

a suitable boy

In Smith Henderson's Fourth of July Creek, Pete Snow is a social worker in rural northwest Montana. Poverty and its terrible side effects—violence, drugs, various strains of fanaticism—plague his clients.

Fourth Of July Creek

Ed has nothing but money. His cleaning lady, Jess, has nothing but family. All they have in common is that their lives are falling apart.

This tender historical novel tells the story of Dossie, a spunky stick of a girl who, after escaping slavery, finds a surrogate family in a Civil War–era settlement where blacks and whites live together harmoniously.

Angels Make Their Hope Here

After the death of her lover's wife, Mrs. Logan sees an opportunity. She scrubs their 12-year-old daughter, Eva, clean; dresses her in pink; and braids her hair

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The Sleepwalker's Guide To Dancing

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Twisted Head cover by Mark Melnick

The Book Cover Archive: Twisted Head, design by Mark Melnick

10 Books That Live The NYC Dream

Design by David Wardle

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“Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty” – Diane Keaton

Check out our April pick for the #NYLONbookclub

Tiny Beautiful Things