The Field-Tested Books book is a collection of essays based on the theory that reading a certain book in a certain place will result in the two influencing one another, thus creating an wholly unique reading experience to that one person. In the collection, you'll find personal pieces by people like writer George Saunders, the poet and regular NPR contributor Andrei Condrescu, "The Colbert Report"'s Ben Karlin, and the NY Times' "Ethicist" Randy Cohen, along with more than 80 additional contributors. Take it to the beach, use it to plan your next literary vacation, or keep it in your library for quick reference. It's the perfect guide to packing carefully, because books are heavy.
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