Weekend Reading: The School of Night

Once again the smash and grab method worked its magic Friday when we hit the down button on the elevator, remembered we had nothing to read, ran back in and grabbed Louis Bayard’s The School of Night and made it back before the doors on the exclusive express elevator closed.

We are, as you might have guessed, a huge Michael Gruber fan and have pushed The Book of Air and Shadows on dozens of members, none of whom have been anything but pleased to have been pushed on, and we would cheerfully push this new Bayard on the same crowd since it too toggles between the 16th and 21st centuries, the vehicle being a Walter Ralegh (the new approved spelling) letter important enough to kill people over.  The book has been on the shelf for a month without going out until we found it.  Get it now.

-Nemo Wolfe

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