Carole Baron, editrix extraordinaire at Knopf, has blogged on The Huffington Post about the books she’s read—unpublished manuscripts, impulse bookstore purchases, and must-read pass-alongs from trusted friends.
She also takes the time to plug one of our favorite new novels here at Knopf, Carolina de Robertis’s The Invisible Mountain. It’s a truly sumptuous multi-generational tale of three unforgettable women living in Uruguay. De Robertis’s writing evokes the same passion that Gabriel García Márquez brought to One Hundred Years of Solitude.
And if you’re wondering what the answer to this post’s question is, how many books does Carole Baron read? She says, “Not enough, not enough.”