Don’t know what to read next?

In the Chicago Tribune, John Warner tells you what to read based on the last five books you’ve read. Here’s one reader’s submission:

1. “Another Way Home: The Tangled Roots of Race in One Chicago Family” by Ronne Hartfield

2. “The Chicago Race Riots, July 1919” by Carl Sandburg

3. “Counting Backwards: A Doctor’s Notes on Anesthesia” by Henry Jay Przybylo

4. “Personal History” by Katherine Graham

5. “Suffer the Little Children” by Donna Leon

— Frances V., Hyde Park

Frances seems to be drawn towards stories of interesting lives, and no one had a life more fascinating and filled with strange adventures and personal discovery than Oliver Sacks. His autobiography, “On the Move,” is a treat.