deep down dark.
I’m always taking notes about books I want to read. (Whether or not I get to read them is a story for another day.) This book, about the Chilean miners trapped underground for days, is where I’ll be spending any free time over the holidays. Written by novelist and journalist, Hector Tobar, it has been described as a nonfiction account that reads like a thriller. Author Ann Patchett calls it the best book this year for NPR’s new book club. An excerpt from the interview: