He (or she - no name was credited to the article) listed 5 titles:
The Peep Diaries
Although Niedzviecki does have some genuine insights, "The Peep Diaries," as befitting a book with "peep" in the title, is also well-stocked with salacious anecdotes. The suburban housewife blogger with fetishes for spanking and Star Wars is just one memorable example.Shelf Discovery
… offers a nostalgic look back at classic young adult novels, ranging from Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie series to Newbery Award winning favorites by Madeleine L'Engle, Scott O'Dell and Katherine Paterson.The Writing Class
While ostensibly a whodunit about a killer menacing an adult education course in creative writing, the highlights are not the shocking moments, but the portions when Willett allows us to read the students' writing.Ugly Man
Cooper's stories feature copious doses of sex (usually gay), violence and drug use, but there is more to them than just chronicling degradation.Ground Up
… chronicles the numerous challenges faced by a New York couple who decide to open a sophisticated coffee house.What about you? What’s been your favorite read so far this summer?