Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Reading Envy 152: Kill 'em and Leave with Nadine

Jenny and Nadine talk about books while Nadine's dog enjoys a bone and chasing his tail. Nadine explains how some books are like a funky bowl of noodles, where you don't think you like it, but crave it later....

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Books discussed:

The Black God's Drums by P. Djèlí Clark
Cape May by Chip Cheek
Her Mother's Mother's Mother's and Her Daughters by Maria José Silveira; translated by Eric M.B. Becker
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, read by Cassandra Campbell
Tonic and Balm by Stephanie Allen
The Chef's Secret by Crystal King

Other mentions:

The Friend by Sigrid Nunez
Reading Women Challenge
The Roundtable (Goodreads group) Mount TBR CHallenge
Gould's Book of Fish by Richard Flanagan
Monsoon Mansion by Cinelle Barnes
A Dead Djinn in Cairo by P. Djèlí Clark (free on Tor.com)
The Haunting of Tram Car 015 by P. Djèlí Clark
Interview with Roxane Coady and Celadon publishers
Open Letter Books
Nell (film)
Milkman by Anna Burns
Literary Fiction by People of Color (Goodreads group)
Shade Mountain Press
The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish by Katya Apekina
John Woman by Walter Mosley
Restoration by Rose Tremain
The Gustav Sonata by Rose Tremain
Music and Silence by Rose Tremain
A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter Miller
The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Blue Bear by Walter Moers
Caucasia by Danzy Senna
White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
Frankissstein by Jeanette Winterson (not out until October, wow)

Related Episodes:

Episode 129 - Coming Back to Books with Nadine

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