The key to summer reading is a mix of fiction, oral histories, and memoirs. So, before you pack your beach bag / Kindle, check out our top picks:
Steve Martin’s An Object of Beauty is classic rise & fall story about two art school grads navigating Manhattan’s art scene in the 90s. In short, it’s about sex, secrets, and Sotheby’s.
Looking for something more intense? Pick up The Dirt: Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band, a comprehensive history of Mötley Crüe.
What is business school? According to Peter Robinson’s memoir, Snapshots From Hell: The Making of an MBA, it’s a lot like high school. You’ve got your Poets & Quants, Bs feel like Fs, and everybody drinks a lot.
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