RM Books & Music – Bodega Girls and Let The Great World Spin

Do you want to relive those days dancing like a fiend in your favorite college pub? Try a hit of Bodega Girls.  Also, take a journey with Colum McCann with his collection of short stories that one RebelMom reader says was her best read of the year!

Bodega Girls – “Et Tu, Bootay?”

RebelMom Pick!

I love the sound of this band….edgy and groovy. I need to track them down and find out where and when they are playing next. Check out Ain’t that Cold and School Night. Great music to rock out to for your last summer party or when you’re cleaning the house!  - RebelMom

“Who’s Bodega Girls? Only one of the hottest bands outta Boston with a knack for making me sweat, dance like a fool, and loosen me up. In other words they are one sexy band.” -Star Beat Music

Et Tu, Bootay? - Bodega Girls

Let the Great World Spin by Colum McCann

Reader Pick!

“On paper, “Let the Great World Spin” by Colum McCann sounded like exactly the sort of book I wouldn’t like as I’m not keen on short stories and the book is, in essence, a series of interlinked short stories. It follows a variety of different characters in New York in 1974, all loosely bound together by Philippe Petit’s  epic tightrope walk between the Twin Towers (subject of the fantastic film, Man on Wire). Colum McCann’s great triumph for me was in tying those stories together in a compelling and beautifully lyrical way. His voice is always believable, whether he’s writing as a hooker in the projects, a grieving society lady or an Irish man of God. This is, hands down, one of the best books I’ve read this year. ” - Denise Tomlinson, Lawyer & avid reader – Cayman Islands

Let the Great World Spin: A Novel

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