Cold Reads for Hot Summer Days

When the weather gets too hot, be transported to cooler climates with these cool reads!

  • The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey: A childless couple working on a farm in the brutal landscape of 1920s Alaska find a little girl living in the woods, with a red fox as a companion, and take the strange, almost supernatural child in as their own.

  • Let the Right One In by John Lindqvist: In the aftermath of a bizarre murder of a 12 year old boy in a cold dark Swedish town, Oskar theorizes the killing was a revenge and wonders about the nighttime activities of the mysterious girl next door.

  • The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula Le Guin: Follows the adventures of a human ambassador sent to the planet Winter on a mission to make peace between warring factions by finds himself being challenged by the strange citizens he meets and his own prejudices.

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