„Mailman“ by J. Robert Lennon published in 2003 – „A phantasmagoria of American paranoia and self-loathing in the person of a deranged but somehow good-hearted middle-aged mail carrier in steep decline, the book hums with a kind of chipper angst,“ writes Jonathan Lethem in the Los Angeles Times Book Review. „Washington Black“ by Canadian writer Esi Edugyan, published in 2018. The story follows the early life of George Washington „Wash“ Black, chronicling his escape from slavery and his subsequent adventures. For distraction – „642 tiny things to draw“. Draw teeny-tiny things in this teeny-tiny book! Have a wonderful weekend!