August 2017 Summer Reading Lists

Andy Nettell's books

“Wild” by Cheryl Strayed

“Open Midnight” by Brooke Williams

”Everett Ruess – Vagabond For Beauty” by W.L.Rusho

“The Walk” by William deBuys

“Messengers in Stone” by David Williams

“A History of the World in 500 Walks” by Sarah Baxter

“On Trails – An Exploration” by Robert Moor

Julia Buckwalter's books

“The Burning Girl” by Claire Messud (published next month)

“Homegoing” by Yaa Gyaasi (A current national best-seller in paperback, and Ladies Bookclub pick of July)

“News of the World” by Paulette Jiles (A current national best-seller in paperback)

“The Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George (A long-time national best-seller in paperback, favorite of 2 on staff at the bookstore)

“Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood (classic, newly popular because of the acclaimed tv show)

“My Absolute Darling” by Gabriel Tallente (published next month, Tallente lives in SLC, book referred to as a “masterpiece” by Stephen King)

Marty Durlin's books

“Glass Houses” by Louise Penny

Reading/browsing Moab history, among the books: “Mi Vida” by Maxine Newell (pamphlet bio of Charlie Steen and his discovery of uranium in 1952)