I’m all over the place with my reading this week. Here’s some of what I have in progress.

Nnedi Okorafor is one of my auto-buy authors. This novella is set in Ghana and follows a young girl who finds a meteorite. It transforms her. She is able to bring death. I’m not sure where this is going but I trust this author to take us along for the ride.


The Fairest Kind of Love Crystal Cestari

This is my current audiobook. It is the third in a series about a teenager in a magical version of Chicago. These books are included with my Audible membership. I hadn’t heard of them previously. They are light and fun.


Twilight of Democracy the seductive lure of authoritarianism anne applebaum

Now for a little light reading! I’m doing a book bingo challenge that asks us to read one of Barack Obama’s favorite books from 2020. This book is actually very interesting if a bit scary and sad. It is just a slow read.

7 Replies to “What Am I Reading?”

  1. The Book Bingo sounds like fun, but I can’t add random books to my overflowing TBR! I’ve really liked the Nnedi Okorafor books that I’ve read, but I’ve only read a few. Need to catch up!

  2. What an intriguing variety of books! I’ve read two of that Cestari series as review books. I should check out the rest if I can get them at Audible. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  3. That’s a fascinating book list! I read Anne Applebaum’s articles in The Atlantic: she has great insights into modern governments and the pitfalls of totalitarianism and other forms of anti-democratic leaders.

    be safe… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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