“Did you do your summer reading?” Those are the dreaded words high schoolers across the Lowcountry are about to hear when they return to class. Maybe you can relate. Each May our hopes of finally tackling Ulysses arrives. We leave it by our bedside, we attempt two or three reads, but by August we have read nary a chapter in the avant-garde classic. (Yo Joyce, turns out Ulysses is the nightmare from which we are trying to awake.) But just because we’re heading into the school year doesn’t mean you can’t still grab a good book. In fact, with the first day of class in just a weeks, now’s a perfect time to cram. Here are our suggestions for pulling an all-nighter.