June 23, 2016
Pnut’s Summer Book Club’s Must Reads
Look, we get it. Summer is a busy time for everyone, and this year is certainly no exception. But between the weekends of beaching and binging endless amounts of TV, we like to try to fit in a book here and there to remind ourselves that we can read. So for those of us who don’t have much to do this summer (*COUGH* Russian Track and Field Team *COUGH* Failed Republican Presidential Candidates), here’s an admittedly eclectic list of great summer reads:
For the summer days that you zone out imagining becoming a thought leader in your industry, look for Originals by Adam Grant.
More interested in LeBron James’ sneakers than his NBA Finals performance? If you said yes, you should read Shoe Dog by Phil Knight.
For the summer nights when you find yourself asking big questions with no immediate answers, check out But What If We’re Wrong?: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past by Chuck Klosterman.
If you’re looking for a book to read while you wait in line to for Suicide Squad tickets, you should look for The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd Culture by Glen Weldon.
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