Ready to read a good book by a mountain lake? That’s a pleasant thought after a troubling year, and the time for it is creeping up on us. Maybe this summer we’ll even feel safe to mingle in bookshops, or do our reading around others in coffee shops.
Remember those days?
With high hopes, we at the Adirondack Explorer are assembling a summer reading list and some reviews, for recent books with Adirondack themes or interests.
I want to emphasize that point again: We’re only tracking Adirondack books. If you know of some that have come out in the last year or so, please leave a comment below and let us know. We’ll take a look to see if they fit our plans.
Fiction. Nonfiction. Guidebook. Whatever – just so long as it can be filed on the Adirondack shelf.
By the way, this week we’ve launched a series of stories about the contentious founding of the Adirondack Park Agency, which is also the subject of an upcoming book by the same writer. Happy reading!
Editor’s note: This first appeared in Brandon’s “Explore More” newsletter. Click here to sign up.