On the Books: An All-Book Edition Of Pop Culture Happy Hour Today, we take a break from TV and movies to talk about some of our favorite books we've read — and what books we're most looking forward to this fall.
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On the Books: An All-Book Edition Of Pop Culture Happy Hour

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On the Books: An All-Book Edition Of Pop Culture Happy Hour

On the Books: An All-Book Edition Of Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Today, we take a break from TV and movies to talk about some of our favorite books we've read — and what books we're most looking forward to this fall.

Petra's picks:

Christina's picks:

Barrie's picks:

Glen's picks:

What's making Petra happy: Courting Darkness by Robin LeFevers

What's making Christina happy: Madam Secretary

What's making Barrie happy: Larger than Life: The Kevin Aucoin Story

What's making Glen happy: Julie Klausner's "A Bob Fosse Film-Festival Diary." Check out a cut passage from the piece here.

The audio was produced and edited by Vincent Acovino and Jessica Reedy.