Kate’s List

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Greetings and salutations my fellow bibliophiles!  My name is Kate and I call the Sacramento area my home. My home is shared with two pups, three cats and one cantankerous hen. I have loved reading since the moment I learned to read.  My list is incomplete at the moment, but I hope to have a full roll call soon.

“Ancillary Sword,” Ann Leckie.  This is the second novel in Leckie’s science fiction trilogy. I read the first novel “Ancillary Justice,” for the summer reading challenge and loved it.  Looking forward to all the new twists and turns Leckie has in store.

“I Am Malala,” Malala Yousafzai. Kerry sent me this book as part of the book swap.  A memoir about the youngest recipient of the Noble Peace Prize ever.  I see myself shedding some tears during this one.

“We Should All Be Feminists,” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. “A work by an African author,” was my random genre assignment. This isn’t a novel, but an essay adapted from the authors award winning TedX talk.  I’m excited to read something entirely out of my usual sphere with this one!

“Ancillary Mercy,” Ann Leckie.  I will most likely want to finish out Leckie’s trilogy, but I don’t have a copy of this work yet.

“Modern Romance” Aziz Ansari. I loved his interview on the Hidden Brain podcast and was intrigued enough to want more depth and information on the topic.

The remaining two books will be sorted out in the next few weeks. Happy reading everyone!

 

1 comments on “Kate’s List”

  1. Great list!! I am so happy to see you back for the winter challenge 🙂 Looking forward to your thought on We Should All Be Feminists”.

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