In This Issue

Among our 25 reviews this week: Abbi Waxman's exploration of the challenges of adulting in her fifth novel, Adult Assembly Required. "All translation must be regarded first and foremost as a metamorphosis," writes Jhumpa Lahiri in Translating Myself and Others. And in The Ghosts of Rose Hill by R.M. Romero, a teen violinist descends into a haunted summer of love and longing.

In The Writer's Life, attorney Chantal V. Johnson tells us about her debut novel, Post-Traumatic, starring a Black Latina lawyer who represents psychiatric patients, plus the book she rereads every year and the authors who've influenced her.

--Jennifer M. Brown, senior editor, Shelf Awareness
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