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bookclique presents the Top 10 reviews from July to October, 2018.

Titles are hyperlinked. 

  1. Yearning – Time Spent in the Company of Laura Ingalls Wilder (a review of three non-fiction books related to the Little House author)
  2. Meg Wolitzer’s The Female Persuasion
  3. Otessa Moshfegh’s My Year of Rest and Relaxation
  4. Andrew Sean Greer’s Less
  5. Madeline Miller’s Circe
  6. Clemantine Wamariya’s The Girl Who Smiled Beads
  7. George Saunders’ Lincoln in the Bardo
  8. Curtis Sittenfeld’s You Think It, I’ll Say It
  9. Tommy Orange’s There There
  10. Amber Dawn’s Sodom Road Exit

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Ari Pinkus

Ari Pinkus is a writer for the American Communities Project and a former writer and editor at the National Association of Independent Schools in Washington, DC, where she played a pivotal role in producing and editing the content of Independent School magazine. She launched and oversaw the magazine’s blog, Independent Ideas, which frequently covered cutting-edge topics like creativity, digital citizenship, mindfulness, sustainability, and diversity.