THE PLAYWRIGHT’S HOUSE by Dariel Suarez featured on WBUR

Now that spring weather has graced us with its mild temperatures, daylight has been saved, and the vaccine will soon be available to all adults in Massachusetts, there are plenty of reasons for your mood to be on the sunnier side. This past year has provided plenty of opportunities for intense personal reflections, so these 10 books by New England authors are fitting food for thought as you’re waiting for the lucky ticket on the vaccine scheduling website. With topics ranging from magical cults to internal superhuman strength, from the many faces of grief to hopeful self-discoveries in the midst of burnout, there are many ways these authors remind us of how much we all have in common, whether we’re still at home or finally re-emerging in the world with the first bloom of spring.

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