Bring It To The Beach: Oryx and Crake

by Katy Kelleher

Even though I don't like to call books "beach reads," I do understand the appeal of the term. Some books are meant for reading late at night, huddled under the covers, while others flow best in front of a roaring fireplace. And there is a specific type of book that feels right at home with the sun and the sand. But that doesn't make them any less literary—it just makes them good outdoor companions.

Need a good book to bring on vacation? Instead of picking up "50 Shades of Grey," try a novel where you don't have to hide the cover, like Margaret Atwood's excellent futurist...

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