Bush vs. Palin: Which fall book are you most looking forward to?
This fall presents a rich selection of reading choices, from the political to the personal. David L. Ulin has our preview in this Sunday's paper, and he talks to Michelle Maltais in our Pacific Time podcast about what he's most looking forward to. Above, vote for your most-anticipated political book of the fall.
There is some heavyweight fiction on the way. Ulin mentions Philip Roth's "Nemesis," Michael Connelly's "The Reversal," Armistead Maupin's "Mary Ann in Autumn," Tom McCarthy's "C," Stephen King's "Full Dark, No Stars," Nicole Krauss' "Great House," Elmore Leonard's "Djibouti," Scarlett Thomas' "Our Tragic Universe," "Bummer and Other Stories" by Janet Shapiro and Jonathan Franzen's "Freedom."
Which fiction are you most looking forward to? Is it one of these, or do you have your eye on something else? Tell us in the comments.
-- Carolyn Kellogg