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BOOK REVIEW: <i>Scattershot: My Bipolar Family: A Memoir</i> BOOK REVIEW: Scattershot: My Bipolar Family: A Memoir Me and My Madness: David Lovelace didn't pick his disease but writes about it well September 17, 2008

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  • The top 20 must-reads

    From a post-apocalyptic weeper to a Scandinavian thriller to the crazy story of the creator of the World Series of Poker, these are the summer's best bets.
      As anybody can tell you, crafting a best-seller is simple. All you have to do is take a feisty, female protagonist throw her into a dangerous dystopian world, draw up two heroic dudes to serve as the bottom points on the love triangle, and, viola, you've won the adoration of millions and secured your very own Hollywood movie deal.
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  • This summer's best book bets

    From Neil Gaiman to Chuck Klosterman, these are the books you should be reading
      Kirkus Managing Editor Eric Liebetrau first compiled a list of his top 20 book recommendations for last year's Book Issue, and we liked it so much that we asked him to do it again. If you're still in need of some solid summer reading, give this list a once-over. If you don't find something here, you probably just don't like books. ­—CP
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  • A Kirkus editor weighs in on his top 20 books of the summer

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      Eric Liebetrau is the managing editor and nonfiction editor of Kirkus Reviews, which has provided industry professionals and consumers with book reviews since 1933. A Mt. Pleasant resident, Liebetrau's reviews and features have appeared in a variety of national publications, including People, the Boston Globe, and The New Yorker. After sifting through this summer's releases, he selected his favorite fiction and nonfiction offerings.
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