Wherein, we discuss some audio books that made the experience of reading better than reading a physical book would have been. We’ve both been seriously into audiobooks lately and wanted to share the love!
The Nowhere Girls is an incredible story of many voices fighting back against a covered up sexual assault. An essential read for the #metoo movement.
For episode two of this new season, we’re keeping the OwnVoices theme with this one! I’ve wanted to read this since the second it came out, but grad school is hard guys. I figured it fit the theme perfectly and this way I’d make everyone read it! Great idea, past me.
One of the best books I’ve read for school this year so far. If you haven’t read this yet, you need to. This dual narrative about the white and African-American experience with police brutality is so right now and necessary.
Today I review a great book about the layers and intersectionalities of race, socioeconomics, love and friendship.
Interested in what I read for school last year? Here are all my physical books, and some mini reviews of the ones you might not know about!
I have no idea what happened when I uploaded this, but the off audio will stop around the 1 minute mark so hang in there!
In which I discuss plot convenience, Name of the Wind, struggles with reading and the double standards between nonfiction and fiction.