10 Most Addictive Books of 2015 (So Far) [SHOWING SLIDE 9 OF 10]

“A literary island vacation with a worldly, wonderfully salacious storyteller” (The Rocks by Peter Nichols); a thriller “skillfully written, with delightful malice aforethought” (Christopher Bollen’s Orient); and an “exhaustively researched, highly engrossing chronicle of the outrageous abduction of a pair of well-known South Korean filmmakers” (A Kim Jong-Il Production by Paul Fischer): those are a few of the books published so far this year that are the hardest books of 2015 to actually put down. Don’t blame us if you spend this summer reading instead of getting done the things that need to be done!

MY STRUGGLE by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Kirkus Star
by Karl Ove Knausgaard, translated by Don Bartlett

"An entertaining portrait of the artist as a young lout."
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