Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.54: Spring Book Preview and The Hatening (Part 1)

The Hatening commenceth! Spoilers: Whiskey Jenny did an incredible job choosing a book that I would, and did, hate. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Books discussed (in order of appearance)

Winter Books!

Two Years, Eight Months, and Twenty-Eight Nights, Salman Rushdie
Winter, Marissa Meyer
The Rest of Us Just Live Here, Patrick Ness
illustrated Harry Potter!
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg
The Japanese Lover, Isabel Allende
Ripper, Isabel Allende
Under the Udala Trees, Chinelo Okparanta
Thirteen Ways of Looking, Colum McCann
Carry On, Rainbow Rowell
Career of Evil, Robert Galbraith

Forthcoming Books We’re Excited About

Marriage Material, Sathnam Sanghera (Europa, February)
What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours, Helen Oyeyemi (Riverhead, March)
The Association of Small Bombs, Karan Mahajan (Viking, March)
The Passenger, Lisa Lutz (Simon & Schuster, March)
Hex, Thomas Olde Heuvelt (Tor, April)
The Only Rule Is It Has to Work, Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller (Henry Holt, May)
The Raven King, Maggie Stiefvater (Scholastic, April)
Ear to the Ground, David Ulin and Paul Kolsby (Unnamed Press, April)

The Hatening, Part 1

Leaving the Atocha Station, Ben Lerner

Road Books about Ladies

Wild, Cheryl Strayed
The Dead Ladies Project, Jessa Crispin (and this is the New York Times article in question)
Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel
Coldest Girl in Coldtown, Holly Black (not that much road tripping in this really)

The Hatening, Part 2

Planetfall, Emma Newman

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Song is by Jeff MacDougall