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"It’s fitting that a dear friend from college introduced me to Meg Wolitzer’s novel “The Interestings,” the saga of a group of friends who meet at Spirit in the Woods, a summer arts camp, and stay together in various complex configurations for the rest of their lives. Since the first time I read it, “The Interestings” has become one of the books I return to over and over again, both for comfort and for reflection", www.bendbulletin.com
"Looking for something new to binge watch this weekend? Look no further, because Amazon just released eight new pilots for its latest round of pilot season, including two live-action dramas: The Last Tycoon and The Interestings . DON'T MISS: Xbox One S vs. Xbox One: How does the new console stack", www.yahoo.com
"Looking for something new to binge watch this weekend? Look no further, because Amazon just released eight new pilots for its latest round of pilot season, including two live-action dramas: The Last Tycoon and The Interestings. DON'T MISS: Xbox One S vs.", bgr.com
"Amazon’s pilot seasons allow consumers to vote for their pleasure. This year presents them with two drama options that represent something of a taste test challenge. Do you like the show with the hard-to-love modern antihero, or the show with the easy-to-love old fashioned hero? Both? Neither? You could see them as subjects in an experiment interrogating a quality of dubious significance, a “likable” protagonist. Or not! My framework is flawed. As a measure of anything, it’s vulnerable to lousy biases of all sorts, including my own.", www.ew.com