Tuesday, December 06, 2016

"Esquire"'s twenty-five best books of 2016

At Esquire Maris Kreizman and Angela Ledgerwood came up with a list of the 25 best books of 2016, including:
Seinfeldia by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

A little TV show about nothing became a cultural phenomenon that still inspires avid fandoms to this day. In Seinfeldia entertainment reporter Jennifer Keishin Armstrong not only goes behind the scenes of the making of Seinfeld to deliver some great insider stories, she also widens her lens to cover the people who love it. Packed with many delights and great trivia (if you want to know which suggestion from the writers made Julia Louis-Dreyfus burst into tears, you'll have to read the book), Seinfeldia is a smart, fun read by a writer who truly is the master of her domain.
Read about another book on the list.

The Page 99 Test: Seinfeldia.

--Marshal Zeringue