Reviews Posted This Week
Freedom’s Daughters by Lynne Olson – Nonfiction about the women of the Civil Rights movement
Lost and Found by Brooke Davis – Australian fiction about an abandoned girl, a widower, and a recluse on the run
I read 18 books. Thirteen were fiction and five were nonfiction. They were set in the U.S., England, Suriname, Botswana, Australia, Finland, and one on the moon.
I read 8 white female authors, 5 black females, 2 black male authors, 1 white male, 1 Indian female author, and 1 Native American male. Two of the books were originally written in other languages – Finnish and Dutch.
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Reading This Week
Every time anyone talks about Neil Gaiman they always work in how wonderful Sandman is. I’ve never read it. I’ve decided to fix this apparently huge gap in my understanding.
An Ethiopian orphan is adopted by a Swedish family and becomes a top European chef.
This is the third book in the series with My Soul to Keep and The Living Blood (review publishing this week).Â Can the blood of immortals be used as a medication without endangering them?