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It’s the season for reading. Here are titles we’ve loved — and argued about — so far this year.
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Steve Ross recounts how the cruelties he endured under the Nazis shaped his life.

  • James Hill
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Steven Brill explores the forces that put power in the hands of the few.

  • Moises Naim
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Carlo Rovelli combines science, philosophy and poetry to explore his subject.

  • Joseph Peschel
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Lillian Faderman chronicles the life and beliefs of the pioneering San Francisco politician.

  • Karen Iris Tucker
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David Christian explains the really big picture — from just before the big bang to today.

  • Eric Weiner
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In “All We Ever Wanted,” a demeaning photo of a teenage girl goes viral and shatters lives.

  • Bethanne Patrick
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  • 2 days ago
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Emily Jane Fox provides a breezy account of life inside the first family.

“Orange Is the New Black” actress Diane Guerrero revisits her family’s separation in a new children’s book.

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“Codename Villanelle,” “The Perfect Mother” and other books that will whisk you away.

  • Bethanne Patrick
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In ‘Carnival of Losses,’ Donald Hall offers wit and wisdom about the later years of life

  • Heller McAlpin
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  • 4 days ago
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The Washington Post Bestsellers Jun 17
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The Post compiles its bestsellers lists by combining hard cover, paperback and ebook sales data from Nielsen Bookscan and Amazon.com — including qualified borrows of books read through Amazon's digital subscription program. The Post excludes non-narrative books at its sole discretion.
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