In episode 3, resident BookTuber Matt Cherry continues his exploration into undiscovered books with Surveys. In an effort to figure out what this whole “internet” thing is all about, Matt dives into Natasha Stagg's debut novel Surveys, a story of obsession, paranoia, and online fame.
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In episode 4, resident BookTuber Matt Cherry continues his investigation into great undiscovered books with a look at Midnight Robber. A coming-of-age story set on a Caribbean-colonized planet, Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber is unlike any sci-fi you’ve read before.
Reading with Matt Cherry - Ep. 4 - Midnight Robber by Nalo Hopkinson - A BookTube Series
Natasha Stagg’s Surveys and More Great Debut Novels
A great debut novel offers the thrill of discovery and the hope of more thrills to come. Here’s a list of top recent debuts, beginning with Matt Cherry’s pick, Surveys.
In this episode, resident BookTuber Matt Cherry continues his search for great undiscovered books, looking to the future as he investigates Jonathan Lethem's sci-fi detective noir, Gun, with Occasional Music.
Reading with Matt Cherry - Ep. 2 - Gun, with Occasional Music by Jonathan Lethem - A BookTube Series
In this first episode, resident BookTuber Matt Cherry begins his search for great undiscovered books as he unboxes Kobo Abe’s amazing novel The Box Man. It’s a book about people living in boxes, but it’s really so much more.
Reading with Matt Cherry - Ep. 1 - The Box Man by Kobo Abe - A BookTube Series
Books I Pretend to Have Read to Look Smart
I’m a smart guy, or so my mom says. And sometimes I want the world to KNOW that I’m smart. These are five books that I pretend to have read that instantly inflate my IQ.