July 2019 Reads

Escaping to the shade with a good book has been a favorite pastime of mine since I was a child, and this summer is no different. I read several good books in July, including what’s proven the best book I’ve read this year, to date: Fleishman Is in Trouble, The New York Times staff writer Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s first novel.

Other books read this past month are:

Because I consumed some 30 hours of podcasts providing Tour de France news, analysis and updates in July, the number of books I read likely dropped by a title or two, but that’s OK. My tally for the year now stands at 48, which was, incidentally, my goal for the year.

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