NPR's Alan Cheuse With His Current Favorites
Alan Cheuse has been reviewing books for NPR's All Things Considered since the 1980s. He's giving a talk this week at All Saints' Academy in Winter Haven, where he'll also be teaching student workshops.
He sat down with WUSF's Robin Sussingham to talk about his favorite books now, and what advice he'd give to book clubs.
The books he suggested:
"Honeydew" by Edith Pearlman
"Twelve Days" by Alex Berenson
"The Other Joseph" by Skip Horack
"The Architect's Apprentice" by Elif Shafak