The Power by Naomi Alderman

The Power by Naomi Alderman has a premise too tempting for me to resist. Women all across the world begin to develop electrical powers, giving them the ability to fight back and zap down the patriarchy. With a glowing recommendation from Margaret Atwood, it sounded like my dream of a book, and with a wealth […]

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Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy

I found this book incredibly inspirational. It’s bite-size, at 2 hours 40 minutes listening time, but that’s all to the good as I imagine I’ll listen to it several times over. I first came across it some months back in an Audible sale, and from reading the blurb came away with the wrong impression of […]

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NOS4R2 by Joe Hill (narrated by Kate Mulgrew)

Embarrassing as it is to admit, the first time I read about NOS4R2, I just didn’t get it. I didn’t get the summary about gifted “finder” Vic McQueen, her magic bike and covered bridge, and I didn’t get her nemesis, child snatcher Charlie Manx, his magic car and eternal Christmasland. Even more than that, though, […]

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