Perfectly aged titles to read this summer
It's James Wood's World and We're Just Reading In It
John Updike and his Terrorist
Michael Winterbottom’s monomaniacally intoxicating 9 Songs
Michel Houellebecqs Weekend in L.A.
Nick Hornby, ambivalent reader
Murder, melancholy and Murakami’s In the Miso Soup
Michel Houellebecq’s Platform
Frenetic leisure, acid archaeology and the new breed of travel writers
The bombing in Bali and sniper mania
France’s most controversial writer outdoes himself
The true story of Jean-Claude Romand
Fourteen writers on their favorite book of the year
Michel Houellebecq sticks it to the class of ’68
Going blind, can't find mommy, whatever . . .