COLSON WHITEHEAD, SAG HARBOR

Best known for conceptually ambitious novels, Colson Whitehead goes traditional this time with a beautifully written, semi-autobiographical novel about a teenager's summers in the black section of Long Island's Sag Harbor...

Sag Harbor by Colson Whitehead [Doubleday, $25]

Best known for conceptually ambitious novels, Colson Whitehead goes traditional this time with a beautifully written, semi-autobiographical novel about a teenager's summers in the black section of Long Island's Sag Harbor—and the roller discos, epic Dungeons & Dragons sessions, and Cosby-kid comparisons that shape him. Timothy Hodler

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