Talking Politics Guide to ... Summer Reading,

Talking Politics Guide to ... Summer Reading

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We ask regular TP contributors and guests to tell us about the books they've most enjoyed recently and the ones they are looking forward to reading this summer. History, science fiction, philosophy, memoirs and a little bit of politics too: it's all here.

Sarah Churchwell
- My Face for the World to See, Alfred Hayes
- In Love, Alfred Hayes

Chris Bickerton
- The Man Without Qualities, Robert Musil

Hans van de Ven
- The Great Flowing River, Chi Pang-yuan

Helen Thompson
- Dominion, Tom Holland
- The Hotel Years, Joseph Roth
- The Emigrants, W.G. Sebald

Dennis Grube
- The Fifth Risk, Michael Lewis
- Middle England, Jonathan Coe

Catherine Bernard
- In our Mad and Furious City, Guy Gunaratne

David Runciman
- From Bacteria to Bach and Back, Daniel C. Dennett
- Stories of Your Life and Others, Ted Chiang

Clare Chambers
- Invisible Women, Caroline Criado Perez
- Normal People, Sally Rooney

Chris Brooke
- On Mercy, Malcolm Bull

Paul Mason
- Love Song: The Lives of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya, Ethan Mordden

Tom Holland
Nefertiti’s Face, Joyce Tyldesley For information regarding your data privacy, visit
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