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#39 | Place as a Character

#39 | Place as a Character

Bookish Blether Episode 39 – Place as a Character

This week we’re discussing books in which setting has a big impact, or where a place functions as a character. Plus the usual bookish blether!

–– What We’re Currently Reading ––

Nicola
The Geek Feminist Revolution by Kameron Hurley | http://amzn.to/29xyUPF
Sudden Death by Álvaro Enrigue | http://amzn.to/297aBFC

By Grand Central Station I Sat Down & Wept by Elizabeth Smart | http://amzn.to/29IHyat
The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick | http://amzn.to/29xyZTm
Cat is Art Spelled Wrong by various | http://amzn.to/29xCGU0
The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson | http://amzn.to/29xzm0d

Holly
Hot Little Hands by Abigail Ulman | http://amzn.to/292cOPR
Get In Trouble by Kelly Link | http://amzn.to/292cAIw

–– Books We Recently Acquired ––

Holly bought
Nothing!

Nicola
Skating to Antarctica by Jenny Diski | http://amzn.to/29xDGaL

Spent her Nectar points on lots of ebooks at http://www.sainsburysentertainment.co.uk/ebooks

What I Don

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