Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor: A Novel Sag Harbor: A Novel by Colson Whitehead
My review
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
It’s not every author who can pull off a book about nothing, but Colson Whitehead is one of them. Essentially a nostalgia trip through a summer in Sag Harbor, he pulls us back to the early 80s and Benji’s sometimes painfully awkward experiences with New Wave music, D&D, BB guns, and the ritual summer job scopping ice cream for tourists. A fine book to bring along with you to the beach.
Next up is B is for Beer, “a children’s book for grownups,” by, you guessed it, Tom Robbins.