SALT LAKE CITY — If the film world saves their finest films for fall (to capitalize on awards season), spring is the high season for books, which is where we come in. To help you dig through the stacks of new titles on the bookstore shelves (both physical and digital), we’ve sorted out the ones that looked most interesting to us, read them and reviewed them.
For fans of good stories:
“THE ISLAND OF SEA WOMEN,” by Lisa See, Scribner, 384 pages (f)
Simon & Schuster