What We're Reading, November 2019
In this edition of What We're Reading:
Samuel Shem’s 1978 novel The House of God, has been called “one of the most important medical novels written.” Shem is hoping to foster change again in his follow-up novel, Man’s 4th Best Hospital. Best-selling author Ruta Sepetys' new book is called The Fountains of Silence, it’s a historical novel set in the 1950s Franco-era Madrid. Contributor Gary Rozman gives us his take on Stephen King's new book, The Institute. Lily Winter returns with another installment of Forgotten Authors--we’ll hear about Belgian writer George Simenon. Wisconsin author Ed Block has written the first book-length study of the life and works of Minnesota writer Jon Hassler. Ed’s new book is Jon Hassler--Voice of the Heartland.