We can hardly keep up with it anymore! Another tide of love has rolled in for Michael Chabon's Moonglow: Sam Sacks of The Wall Street Journal picked it as the Best Novel of 2016! Check out his amazing praise:
“It’s fitting, though, that the best novel of 2016 was a moving work of escapism. Michael Chabon’s Moonglow is ostensibly an account of his grandfather’s life, but really a spellbinding collection of Greatest Generation tall tales. He lovingly describes an American melting pot that gives a home to refugees, bands together to fight Nazis and constructs rockets that carry men to the Moon. Whether the stories are meant to be aspirational or elegiac, they were beautiful to live in, and I missed the world they made when the book was done.”
If you can't get enough of Moonglow, make sure to register for Booklist's 2017 Carnegie Medal Shortlist Authors webinar, featuring Michael and the other authors on the shortlist! Register here to sign up, and tune in on Tuesday, January 10 at 2:00pm Eastern to hear these amazing authors speak.